Spotlighting the most promising biotechnology companies in Israel.

Although it is a smaller country, Israel’s biotechnology sector is flourishing. According to Ernst & Young, BioIsrael has recently experienced a boost of venture capital placing it among the ranks of larger biotech companies. With more capital, IsraelBio has been able to increase the number of products within Phase III development. IsraelBio also boasts a large number of students and graduates in life sciences, showing promise for future growth and development.

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