Information for business
Building bridges between Australian industry and the Technion
The Technion Society of Australia recognises that the Technion offers unique opportunities for Australian business. The TSA will facilitate your introduction to the top researchers of the Technion and to its T3 Technology Transfer Office which oversees the commercialisation of Technion discoveries.
Technion – Israel’s ‘brains’ powerhouse
The Technion is the ‘brains’ powerhouse behind Israel’s phenomenal growth in high-tech, electronic, petro-chemical and aerospace industries to name a few.
- Technion graduates comprise over 70% of Israel’s founders and managers of high-tech industries.
- Technion alumni have given Israel the greatest concentration of high-tech start up companies anywhere outside of Silicon Valley.
- 74% of managers in Israel’s electronic industries hold Technion degrees.
- Nine out of every 1,000 workers in Israel are engaged in R&D, nearly double the rate of the USA and Japan.
- 135 out of every 10,000 workers in Israel are scientists and engineers, compared to the USA, in second place with 85 out of every 10,000 workers.
The mission of T³ is to escort breakthrough technologies from the initial point of discovery, through the process of development and licensing, to the formation of win-win ventures with industry - and beyond. Its commercialisation strategies, tailored to the requirements of each venture, enhance the market value and performance of Technion discoveries and increase their success in the global marketplace.
The T³ agenda includes:
- Analysis of new inventions and concepts developed at the Technion
- Licensing technologies developed at the Technion
- Incorporation of spin-off companies based on Technion IP
- Participation in the board of directors of affiliated companies
- Negotiation and approval of the IP and business aspects of agreements with industry
To explore potential business and commercialisation opportunities please contact the Executive Director