NanoEbers is an Egyptian startup that has developed highly effective hemostatic sponges that have superior mechanical properties and can absorb up to 60 times their weight of blood and can stop bleeding instantly. Their performance exceeds that of imported hemostatic sponge while NanoEbers is producing the sponges at a low production cost due to lower local manufacturing and a patent-pending manufacturing process.
Sila is an online platform that gives shy students a comfortable means of participating by allowing them to send their comments on the application, which posts it on the class’s projected presentation. Students can create anonymous discussions for the whole class to see, all while building their courage to speak up. The platform is combining the findings of online learning into the physical classroom for inclusivity for all students.
At OCT Analysis, we’re creating a software that integrates into the OCT machine of the physician and automates patient assessment and evaluation using Artificial Intelligence. We started out with certain eye diseases that we’re digitizing with a goal of creating a holistic and versatile platform that will relieve some of the clinical burden off the doctor.
Meet the seven winners who progressed to the next phase of the Regional Innovation Factory Program and will receive incubation support from Berytech.
Berytech is managing the fourth edition of the EU-funded Innovation Factory: from research to market, a program allowing researchers, innovators, engineers, and professors from seven (7) Mediterranean countries to develop their research or technological innovation in any sector into a practical and commercially viable product or service.
PETCRETE – a joint research project by Ahmad Barazi from the American University of Beirut and Mariam Naja from Rafic Hariri University, was selected as the winner of the third edition of the Innovation Factory Program.
The 6 selected research teams enrolled in the Innovation Factory: from research to market program 2020, just attended the 4-day intensive virtual bootcamp. The program is funded by the EU under THE NEXT SOCIETY and organized in Lebanon by Berytech and Anima Investment Network.
Berytech has launched the second edition of the ‘Innovation Factory: From Research to Market 2020’ – a 4-month program revolving around Technology Transfer.
Berytech showcased the nine Lebanese startups developing innovations in education, clean technology, health, and road safety, participants enrolled in Innovation Factory – a 6-month acceleration program allowing startups to develop their innovation into commercially viable products and applications.
The Innovation Factory program, funded by the European Union under THE NEXT SOCIETY and organized in Lebanon by Berytech and Anima, is based on facilitating the process of technology transfer from researchers and innovators to the public allowing them to develop practical and commercially relevant applications and products.
Eleven Lebanese technology transfer projects join the Innovation Factory program, funded by the European Union under THE NEXT SOCIETY, organized in Lebanon by Berytech and Anima.
Berytech has launched ‘Innovation Factory: From Research to Market’ – a 6-month acceleration program revolving around Technology Transfer and allowing 8 teams to develop their research or technology innovation into practical and commercially viable products and applications.
Technology transfer is the process of transferring technology, in addition to skills, knowledge and manufacturing methods from an enterprise or university to a wide range of users, while creating an economic value and developing its respective industry.