Clout: Real-World Impact
To ensure that R&D conducted on campus continues to be translated into real-world products and services benefiting Israel and the world.
What’s in it for donors?
- Simply: Will secure the future of our children.
- Will transform lab discoveries into cures, diagnostics, anti-pollution devices, renewable fuels, defense technologies, electronics and more.
- Will support vital Israeli national priorities and help maintain the country’s global edge.
- Will increase TAU and Israel’s practical contribution to universal crises such as disease, natural disasters, sustainability and security.
- Will spin off companies and create jobs, thereby strengthening the national economy.
- 70 active start-up companies
- Over 70 industrial partners
- Ranked 5th in the world for entrepreneurship (right after Stanford, MIT, UC Berkeley and Harvard) by Startup Genome 2021
- 8th among the top 10 schools globally for producing successful, VC-backed founders of companies (Pitchbook 2021)
- The City of Tel Aviv ranks 7th globally for its startup ecosystem out of 150 cities (2021 Startup Genome)
- The Center for Innovation Labs was launched to provide applied solutions for specific needs conveyed by industry and public institutions, such as tech companies, hospitals and schools.
- The new Susan & Henry Samueli Engineering Building opened on campus, housing cutting-edge laboratories and teaching facilities together with the Israeli R&D Center for chip maker Broadcom.
- Prof. Ronit Satchi-Fainaro and her lab won the 3D Printing Industry’s Medical Application of the Year 2021 Award for their 3D printed model of a brain tumor.
- The US National Academy of Medicine awarded the 2021 Healthy Longevity Catalyst Award to Prof. Ilana Gozes & team for a new FDA-registered drug that shows potential for treating symptoms of Alzheimer’s and autism.
- Canadian multinational company Innocan signed an agreement for TAU-developed research and technology in cannabinoid medicine.