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An interactive group decision-making technique designed to generate a large number of alternative ideas for solving a particular problem though team interaction

brainstorming

A free and uncritical exchange of ideas about potential solutions to a problem.
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Brainstorm, through its wholly owned subsidiary, holds rights to develop and commercialize the technology through an exclusive, worldwide licensing agreement with Ramot at Tel Aviv University Ltd.
Chaim Lebovits has been President of BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics since July 2007, and has played an active role in its strategic planning and development.
In June 2011 BrainStorm initiated its Phase I/II clinical trial with its proprietary NurOwn[TM] treatment for patients with ALS at the Hadassah Medical Organization.
Brainstorm has an extensive background in the special effects business, making them the perfect partners to help create the next phase of television - the documentary hybrid," said Stephen David, President.
Bibring joins BrainStorm from Sapiens North America, a leading global provider of software solutions for the insurance industry, where he served as the Chief Financial Officer.
Sign In - A brainstorm starts when an employee signs in and posts an idea for others in the organization to see.
Our partnership with BrainStorm makes us the only organizations capable of delivering this level of support.
Director of the Center for Multiple Sclerosis at the Department of Neurology of the Hadassah Medical Center in Jerusalem, and a scientific team from BrainStorm headed by Prof.
BrainStorm is the first company that had received such an approval from the Israeli Ministry of Health.
In the news release, BrainStorm Announces Positive DSMB Recommendation in Ongoing Phase 2 Trial with NurOwn(TM) in ALS, issued Feb.
BrainStorm and Hadassah to Conduct Trial with BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics' NurOwn[TM]
These studies, conducted in collaboration with Professor Dani Offen, PhD, of Tel Aviv University Chief Scientific Advisor to BrainStorm, assessed the ability of NurOwn(TM) cells to affect the behavior of BTBR mice.