The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is targeting $5m to invest in agro biotechnology firms.

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Yissum Technology Transfer Company is seeking to raise $5m to support agro biotechnology firms after closing a similar $5m fund for life science companies. The University operates the only Faculty of Agriculture in Israel. Notable staff include Professor Haim Rabinowitch, the father of the cherry tomato, and Professor Oded Shoseyov.…

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