Triton Partners with Terragenic to Develop Novel, Low Cost, Safe Hydrogen Energy Solutions for the Transportation Industry
Company focused on bringing renewable energy solutions to the marketplace
Triton Systems (Triton), a product development and venturing company that develops innovative technologies and leverages them to build commercial enterprises, is partnering with Terragenic, Ltd. of Tirat-Carmel, Israel to develop and commercialize hydrogen storage, transport and on-demand generation solutions for the transportation industry.
December 18, 2017
NYPA Announces $1 Million in Foundation Funding to Support Innovative U.S.-Israeli Thermal Energy Storage Project
Project to Increase Energy Efficiency on SUNY Campus and Help Realize Governor Cuomo’s Goal of 40 Percent Reduction in Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2030
The New York Power Authority (NYPA) announced today a $1 million award from the Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation (BIRD Energy Program) to support a new U.S.-Israeli partnership to develop and test the use of thermal energy storage with combined heat and power (CHP), a project aimed to increase system energy efficiency and reduce greenhouse gas emissions.
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December 15, 2017
Announcement Follows Governor’s Unity and Economic Development Trip to Israel Exploring New Ways to Strengthen Economic Ties and Identify New Opportunities for Future Growth
“New York’s collaboration with Israel’s mPrest on this cutting-edge technology is the latest example of how the strong economic ties between us are benefiting all New Yorkers,” said Governor Cuomo.
mPrest, based in Petach Tikva, Israel, worked with NYPA to develop the new software for deployment on the Niagara Power Plant’s transmission system. The cooperation between mPrest and NYPA began after a NYPA presentation at the Israeli Smart Energy Association in 2015. NYPA provided $975,000 for the project and mPrest approximately $1.3 million. The project was also supported with $900,000 in funding from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation, which was established by the U.S. and Israeli governments in 1977 to support and promote industrial research and development that mutually benefits both countries, particularly in high-tech industries.
March 06, 2017
The BIRD Foundation has fostered partnerships between Israeli technology startups and companies and U.S. corporations since it was founded in 1977.
Now the group has brought its first delegation to St. Louis.Twelve Israeli ag tech companies are in town for a two-day visit to make pitches to investors and meet individually with Monsanto, KWS and others.
Limor Nakar-Vincent, the BIRD Foundation’s deputy executive director for business development, said there’s an emphasis on collaboration in St. Louis’ bio-science and ag ecosystem.
“It’s very unique to find such strong local commitment that truly believes in a win-win situation for both helping foreign companies come over and establish roots and vice versa,” she said.
March 06, 2017
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Vimmi, Tech Mahindra Joint Solution Receives Funding From BIRD
Companies develop breakthrough media delivery network that enhances mobile video transport experience
Vimmi Communications, a mobile video delivery innovator, and Tech Mahindra Technologies, a global provider of networking technology solutions and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Tech Mahindra, today announced that their strategic partnership to develop and implement an advanced media delivery network (MDN) for mobile operators, has been awarded funding from the BIRD Foundation.
February 28, 2017
Marrone Bio Innovations and Groundwork BioAg Bio-stacked Microbial Seed Treatments Result in Increased Corn and Soybean Yields
Treatments show reduction of corn rootworm and nematodes
DAVIS, Calif. and MOSHAV MAZOR, Israel, Feb. 13, 2017 — Marrone Bio Innovations, Inc. (NASDAQ:MBII) (MBI) and Groundwork BioAg, Ltd. (Groundwork) today announced successful seed treatment field trials of the world’s first all-biological comprehensive seed treatment. The treatments tested in corn and soybeans contained a mycorrhizal inoculant from Groundwork, as well as a bioinsecticide, a bionematicide, and a biofungicide from MBI.
The Biological Stack Seed Treatment (BSST) is comprised of two insecticidal/nematicidal bacteria, one biostimulant/fungicidal bacterium and mycorrhizal fungi. Together, these synergistic microorganisms can provide a wide scope of benefits to growers: crop yield increases, resilience under abiotic stress conditions, reduction of fertilizer requirements (especially phosphorus), and resistance to soil-dwelling pests and plant diseases. In fact, we believe BSST constitutes the first all-biological seed treatment able to effectively provide all of these benefits without synthetic pesticides.
February 13, 2017
The Gene Editing Institute of Christiana Care Health System’s Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute has been awarded a $900,000 grant from the U.S.-Israel Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation, in partnership with Israeli biotechnology company NovellusDx.
The Gene Editing Institute and NovellusDx will use the grant money to research a new series of state-of-the-art gene editing technologies that help identify the genetic mechanism responsible for both the onset and progression of many types of cancer. The two organizations are collaborating on a licensing agreement to commercialize the gene editing technologies that result from the research.
“Thanks to this generous BIRD Foundation grant, this partnership promises to be a catalyst that will speed progress in personalized medicine for many forms of cancer, accelerating the path to prevention, diagnosis, treatment, and ultimately, to a cure of cancer,” said Nicholas J. Petrelli, M.D., the Bank of America endowed medical director of the Helen F. Graham Cancer Center & Research Institute at Christiana Care Health System.
January 30, 2017
Voiceitt (Technologies of Voice Interface, Ltd), a pioneer in development speech recognition technologies for people with speech disabilities, announced today that it will collaborate with New York-based hardware manufacturer SCJ Associates to develop an innovative speech recognition solution for people with speech disabilities.
The project has been selected to receive a conditional award of $900,000 from Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development Foundation (BIRD). Per the terms of the project, Voiceitt will provide the voice technology software and the SCJ Associates will be responsible for the design and manufacture of the wearable hardware for future commercialization.
January 15, 2017