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Bahina Eidelman

Bahina Eidelman
Research Assistant
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חדשנות במגזר ה- ICT בישראל

Innovation in the ICT Sector in Israel

SNI was commissioned by the World Bank to prepare a chapter for their World Development Report 2016 on the subject ‘Best Practices and Lessons Learned in ICT Sector Innovation: A Case Study of Israel.’ The study, led by Dr. Daphne Getz, analyzes and describes how government policies (national and local) have contributed to the development of a vibrant ecosystem that has spurred a high rate of both technological innovation (e.g., VoIP, security software) and entrepreneurship, and describes the environment it has created.
בחינת חברות מבוססות ידע טכניוני

Examining Companies that are Based on Technion Knowledge

Technion graduates established more than 1,600 companies within 20 years. These companies created more than 100,000 jobs and generated $30 billion.
יחסים אקדמיים בין ישראל לארהב

Israel-Us Academic Relations

Israel on Campus Coalition (ICC) is a national network of students, faculty members, and professionals in the US, whose goal is to strengthen the pro-Israel movement on campuses across the US. The research department of the ICC addressed SNI and requested a review of the development of academic relations between Israel and the United States over the past decade.
סקר קשרי החוץ של ישראל במדע ומחקר ופיתוח ברמה הלאומית והמוסדית

A Survey of Israel’s Foreign Relations in Science, Research, and Development at the National and Institutional Level

In 2014, the Neaman Institute completed the first phase of the survey of Israel's foreign relations in R&D at the national and institutional level. As part of this stage, a comprehensive survey was conducted, and a computerized database was established.
A Survey to Examine the Difficulties of Transmitting Nano Technologies from the Academe to the Industry

A Survey to Examine the Difficulties of Transmitting Nano Technologies from the Academe to the Industry

The TELEM Forum (National Infrastructure for Research and Development Forum), with the assistance of the National Committee for Nanotechnology (INNI( has worked during the last eight years to establish six research centers in the field of nanotechnology funded according to the matching method. The established research centers conducted thousands of studies based on nanotechnology, the effect of which has not yet realized its maximum potential.
Active Researchers Survey in the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute at the Technion (RBNI)

Active Researchers Survey in the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute at the Technion (RBNI)

The goal of the study was to examine the activity of the Nanotechnology Institute over time, and to estimate the results and the effects on the activity of the researchers at the Institute.
PRIME: Nanodistrict2

PRIME: Nanodistrict2

The Samuel Neaman Institute participated in the European Nanodistrict2 Project as part of the PRIME program. The project focuses on the dynamics of the development of the nanotechnology field in academic research and in research institutes as well as on the development of industry based on nanotechnologies in different sectors.
Intellectual Property in the Government Sector: The State of Affairs

Intellectual Property in the Government Sector: The State of Affairs

The goal of the study is to create an infrastructure for forming a policy on the issue of intellectual property rights to knowledge that constitutes a product of R&D activity that is funded by the government and executed by governmental agencies/civil servants. The aim is to consolidate recommendations on guidelines in order to build a strategy for managing intellectual property in accordance with the government R&D objectives and to study the implications of knowledge transfer owned by the government through the commercialization of intellectual property rights.
Facilitating Collaboration in Stem Cell Research through Intellectual Property

Facilitating Collaboration in Stem Cell Research through Intellectual Property

The goal of the research is to create an infrastructure for designing a policy concerning research, development, and knowledge transfer in the field of stem cells. This policy was intended to encourage scientific innovativeness as well as help lever Israel's position as a leader in this field in the global arena.