Yeshiva University has teamed up with Hebrew University of Jerusalem for a New York City incubator that will foster connections as part of its plans for an entrepreneurial “superhighway” with Israel’s ecosystem.

Yeshiva University, a private US-based research university with an Orthodox Jewish ethos, has partnered Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HUJ)’s tech transfer office, Yissum, to launch YU Innovation Lab incubator, NoCamels reported on Monday.
YU Innovation Lab will function as a springboard for Israel-based startups and entrepreneurs looking to build connections in New York City, where Yeshiva’s main campuses are located.
The facility will offer business infrastructure as well as expertise from Yeshiva University students and access to mentoring,…

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