How we became a start-up nation

Some of the earnings of an innovation go back to the university where it was created and, in turn, fund future research.

Embassy Photo: Kristen Shane
Two Israeli researchers found an innovative way to breed cherry tomatoes with longer shelf-life and better taste. They worked with their university’s in-house commercialization vehicle to patent the seeds.
Eliaz Luf
Published: Wednesday, 10/02/2013 12:00 am EDT

 

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