10 Promising Biotech Projects Reach the Final Stage of Rad BioMed's Outstanding Project Competition.
The various projects were submitted by private entrepreneurs, physicians and applicants from academia and industry. The incubator selected the promising projects from the range of life sciences -- biotechnology, medical equipment, diagnostics and pharmaceuticals.
An independent panel of judges, including representatives of the Israel Life Science Industry (ILSI), will review the selected projects and choose the three best projects. One of the three will be declared the "Outstanding Project of 2004" during the Biotech Israel 2005 conference in May in Tel Aviv.
The winning project will receive a prize worth about $20,000, including a financial grant from the Rad BioMed incubator and comprehensive support: a year's lease at Rad BioMed's offices, legal counsel and patent registration from the office of attorney Gal Erlich, regulatory counsel from the eBMS company, and advice on accountancy issues from the office of Kesselman and Kesselman.
About Kenes Exhibitions and Bio-Tech Israel
The Bio-Tech Israel 2005 conference and exhibition is being organized for the fourth year by Kenes Exhibitions, in conjunction with the Ministry of Trade, Industry and Labor, The Israeli Export Institute, Matimop and the Israel Life Science Industry (ILSI). The Israeli Biotechnology Week attracts renowned lecturers and exhibitors from around the world and represents a central milestone for the biotechnology industry in Israel and the world.
Kenes Exhibitions, part of the Kenes International group, organizes the leading exhibitions in Israel, including Telcom Israel, Agritech, Biotech, Microtech, and more. The company, located at the Airport City business complex, specializes mainly in organizing professional exhibitions, conferences, seminars and special events. For additional information, visit the Website of Bio-Tech 2005: www.kenes.com/biotech