Funding for HUJ spinouts remained stable during the first six months of 2020 as the Israeli VC sector showed signs of resilience amid Covid-19.

Yissum, the tech transfer company for Hebrew University of Jerusalem, revealed yesterday that its spinouts had collectively generated $79m of funding over the first six months of 2020. The total includes tens of millions of dollars for 14 early-stage spinouts in segments such as¬†cleantech, life sciences and artificial intelligence (AI). Yissum hailed the figures as…

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