Products that emerged from Israeli universities and hospitals have $20 billion in annual sales worldwide Yeda R&D Company Ltd., the technology transfer arm of the Weizmann Institute of Science, said CEO Amir Naiberg at the first annual conference of the Technology Transfer Companies in Israel in Tel Aviv yesterday.
Intel Israel president Mooly Eden said that, from his perspective as a company, industry sometimes beats academe. "It is necessary to build models in which academe can legally receive industry's know-how, because it is a shame for it to begin from zero." He added, "I regret that I lack the stamp of Israeli academe anywhere in an Intel chip, except that my developers in Israel are the product of Israeli academe. I want the inventions of Israeli academe to be embedded in the chip. This would better Intel Israel's position vis-a-vis Intel Corporation. Ireland cannot offer this because Irish academe is not of the same quality."
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