We are proud to announce the release of CIV’s third issue of Coller Venture Review, dedicated to Deep Innovation.
We define Deep Innovation as inventions that are enabled by basic research or a scientific breakthrough. Unlike what we see in the ubiquitous Internet/Cyber startups, these usually entail substantial resources ($5-100M), and may take years (5-20) to materialize.
The issue includes ten articles that range from Nanotechnology to Food Tech and from Pharma to Materials Science. The authors come from varied backgrounds such as academia, industry and venture capital. Between them they share lessons learned, which can also inform and enlighten readers from other fields.
Visit Coller Venture Review Issue 3 on Deep Innovation to explore articles and topics.
- Deep Innovation: Solving Humanity’s Big Problems Needs More Commitment
Yesha Sivan, Professor and Executive Director, Coller Institute of Venture at Tel Aviv University
Robyn Klingler-Vidra, Lecturer, King’s College London; Fellow, Coller Institute of Venture at Tel Aviv University
- Deep Innovation a la TAU Nanotech Center
Prof. Yael Hanein, Professor of Electrical Engineering at Tel Aviv University and head of TAU Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- Deep Innovation in the Medical Domain a la Boston’s CIMIT
Steven C. Schachter, Professor of Neurology at Harvard Medical School; Chief Academic Officer and Program Leader of Neuro-Technology at CIMIT
John Collins, Chief Operating Officer at CIMIT.
Michael K. Dempsey, Entrepreneur-in-Residence and Accelerator Program Leader at CIMIT DIANE SPILIOTIS Chief Finance and Information Officer at CIMIT
Diane Spiliotis, Chief Finance and Information Officer at CIMIT
John Parrish, Professor of Dermatology at Harvard Medical School; Chief Executive Officer at CIMIT
- Deep Innovation and Brain Ventures
Dr. Dana Bar-On, Head of Industry-academia Cooperation at the Sagol School of Neuroscience at Tel Aviv University
- Deep Innovation and Pharmaceutical Ventures
Ram Waisbourd, Vice President, Transformational Initiatives and Operations, Global Research and Development, Teva Pharmaceutical Industries
- Deep Innovation with Graphene Technologies
Daniela Baglieri, Professor of Strategic Management at the University of Messina
Francesco Paolo Appio, Research Fellow at the University of Pisa
- Deep Innovation in Water Ventures
Roy Wiesner, CEO, Hutchison Kinrot
- Deep Innovation in Food Ventures
Niccolo Manzoni, Office of the Chairman at Coller Capital
- Deep Innovation with Irrigation Technologies
Dr. Yoav Zeif, President of the Americas division and Head of Product Offering and Marketing, Netafim
- The Challenges of Deep Innovation: from American Academia to the Marketplace
Zeev Rosenzweig, Professor and Chair, Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry at the University of Maryland Baltimore County
Melissa Muth, Graduate student at the Department of Toxicology, University of Maryland School of Medicine