Israeli medical technology incubator in Singapore will be managed by a Singaporean
Israeli investment company Trendlines Ltd. has announced that it is founding a medical technology incubator in Singapore. Trendlines operates a medical technology incubator in Israel and a fund for investing in mature companies from the incubator, is active in R&D for international corporations, and is a partner in a fund with international company Bayer for agtech investments.
The incubator is based on ideas originating mainly with universities, government research institutes, and other institutions of higher learning. Singapore resident Eric Loh, former senior VP at Singapore European radiology company Biosensors International, listed on the Singapore stock exchange with a $1 billion market cap, will manage the incubator.