The Technological Infrastructure Division focuses on collaboration between industry and academia to produce advanced technologies and innovative products. The incentive programs offered by this division promote cooperation, exchange of knowledge and experience, and development of generic groundbreaking knowledge by an integrated group of researchers from academia and industry.
These incentive programs seek to strengthen the long-term technological advantages of Israeli industry in the face of fierce international competition.
- University researchers interested in transforming their discoveries into products.
- Academic research institutions looking for new and practical research directions for the industry.
- Industrial corporations interested in developing innovative products.
Technological Infrastructure Division Incentive Programs
- MAGNET Consortiums
- MAGNETON Incentive Program
- NOFAR Incentive Program
- Biotechnology – TZATAM Incentive Program
- The Advanced Technologies Users Association
- Biotechnology – MIDGAM Bank (Tissue Bank)
- Industrial Research Institutes
- KAMIN – Promoting Applied Research in Academia
- MEIMAD – Leveraging of Military, Defense and Commercial R&D of Dual Use Technologies
Additional Initiatives and Incentive Programs