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… Saviva Capital commits $9.2 million … Trendlines goes public … Leviticus reports successful study … Congrats to Enolog … Register for our 6th Annual Showcase … Happy 2016 …
On November 26, we began a new chapter in our eight-year history when we went public on the Catalist of the Singapore Stock Exchange (symbol: SGX:42T). See video highlights from the opening day ceremony.
Presentations by 10 of our medical and agritech portfolio companies, each followed by one-on-one-conversations with industry experts
Keynote address by Gerald Ong of Singapore’s PrimePartners
Conversation with senior executives from multinationals
Special afternoon session with Gerald and representatives of Singapore’s finance and government sectors
NeuroQuest will begin clinical validation trials in the United States for its Alzheimer’s blood test. NeuroQuest is one of this year’s Showcase companies.
Leviticus Cardio announced the successful study results of its transcutaneous Coplanar Energy Transfer (CET) system in a chronic animal model. In other news: The Company attended the EUMS2015 meeting in Paris earlier this month.
IonMed’s cold plasma technology for skin graft fixation was featured in Israel21c.
The spotlight is on: Learn more about Elastimed’s easy-to-wear compression stocking. ElastiMed is one of this year’s Showcase companies.
VP New Ventures Edit Goldberg spoke about the world of incubators at Hebrew University’s Biodesign program.
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Saviva Capital commits $9.2 million to Trendlines Agtech in its bid for the Israeli government incubator franchise.
Congratulations! Enolog Technologies took second prize in the prestigious Get in the Ring (GITR) Israel contest. Enolog is one of this year’s Showcase companies.
Sol Chip CEO Shani Keysar was the subject of “The Promised Land,” an article in Merck’s Pro magazine.
Trendlines Agtech hosted an open house focused on “entrepreneurship, technology, and agriculture.” The event participants included leaders of regional council offices and entrepreneurs.
Catching up with Trendlines Agtech CEO Nitza Kardish. Nitza was quoted in a Forbes article about the future of food, did an interview on the Israeli radio program, “Nature and Environment” (interview starts at 28:58), and served as a panelist at FoodTech Nation.
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