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2014 Grants – Winners

Coller Institute of Venture 2014 Research Grants

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Papers resulting from Grants will be invited for our future Venture Finding publication

By Coller Institute of Venture

June 1, 2014

Tel Aviv, Israel – Coller Institute of Venture’s (CIV) research grants aim to encourage and support original academic research in field of venture with the goal of making a significant contribution to understanding and shaping the venture ecosystem. In addition, the institute will provide winners with a unique platform to discuss and disseminate their work.

In May of 2014, CIV awarded six unrestricted grants of $15,000 each. We hereby announce the three Tel Aviv University and three global winners as follows:

Tel Aviv University:

ohad-barzilay

Dr. Ohad Barzilay

gary-dushnitsky

Prof. Gary Dushnitsky

dan-marom

Mr. Dan Marom

Entrepreneurship and Innovation in the Open: Intellectual Property Strategy on Crowdfunding Platforms

(The project was canceled by its authors and grant money wasn’t requested.)

noam-shamir

Prof. Noam Shamir

david-zvilichovsky

Prof. David Zvilichovsky

Too Talented to Innovate? Dynamic Entrepreneurial Reputation and Venture Capital
barak-aharonson

Prof. Barak S. Aharonson

Is It Co-Evolution? The Story of the VC and New Venture Clean-tech Oriented Industries in the US

 

Global:

Prof. Nicholas G. Crain

Searching for Opaque Investments: Portfolio Company Valuation and Ex-Ante Investment Incentives
1620 UoE Business
Dr. Lora Dimitrova
juanita-gonzalez-uribe

Dr. Juanita Gonzalez-Uribe

Corporate Venture Capital and Productivity in Pharmaceutical-Biotechnology Companies

Prof. Eva Lutz

mischa-hesse

Mischa Hesse, M.Sc.

Venture Lending as an Alternative Source of Funding for Innovative Ventures