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‘Forbes’ global summit showcases Israeli high-tech to the world
Participants spent four days straddling Jerusalem and Tel Aviv, hearing from Israeli and international speakers, and examining the business models of entrepreneurs in “the startup nation.”
Tapping into the brilliance of Israel and the Zionist dream
A new book, “Thou Shalt Innovate: How Israeli Ingenuity Repairs the World,” offers examples and explanations of how Israelis contribute globally (and resourcefully) in so many different fields.
A startup helping other startups in Israel’s periphery
To date, Nahshonim fellows have invested 20,000 hours in 80 small businesses, resulting in a combined $10 million growth in beneficiaries’ revenue.
Iron Dome missile defense voted top Israeli invention
The winner of Israel’s Ministry of Economy and Industry contest, which ranked the greatest Israeli inventions of all time, was the Iron Dome missile-defense system, followed by Waze international navigation, drip irrigation and Disk On Key data storage.
Chabad rabbi’s son combats smartphone threats to children via Herzliya startup
An artificial-intelligence parenting app balances children’s needs for privacy and parents’ need to keep their children safe. It also features a location tracker and has introduced mood analysis on phone calls.
Porsche car-maker acquires stake in Israeli AI company
The acquisition could enable Porsche to offer intelligent parking options and more.
Startup 'Green' Nation
Despite regulatory road bumps, Israeli cannabis entrepreneurs ‘in it for the long haul’
A current ban by the Netanyahu government on the export of medical cannabis is not stopping those in the industry from moving ahead with research and development.
Tools of technology appeal to a growing number of Israeli haredim
Observant young men and women tackle secular subjects while maintaining their lifestyle, opening doors into careers within the general workplace.
Oh, baby! Israeli startup goes ga-ga over baby monitors, measuring everything from sleep quality to humidity levels
Nanit, an Israeli startup, has developed a “smart” baby monitor with far-reaching practical and medical applications
Israeli unemployment rate lowest since early 1970s
Unemployment in January drops to 3.7 percent, compared to the 2017 average of 4.2 percent, Israel’s Central Bureau of Statistics finds.
Dangoor health initiative brings innovation of Israeli start-ups to British health care
The initiative, created by the British Embassy’s U.K. Israel Tech hub, will bring together the scale of the British National Health Service with Israeli innovation and technology in a way that can deliver sound results for people in the United Kingdom.
Israeli company makes world’s first successful injections of lab-grown bone in potentially game-changing surgery
In an unprecedented procedure, the Israel-based biotechnology company Bonus BioGroup has successfully injected a lab-grown bone into three patients in the last six months, and is planning on making 27 more of the injections for a clinical study during this coming year.
Petri dish for a diverse high-tech Israeli future: Jerusalem’s Hadassah Academic College
Jerusalem's Hadassah Academic College is leading the way in high-tech training for Israel's underserved minority communities.
Israeli military technology—at work for you
More than ever, Israeli companies are being founded by veterans of the IDF’s 8200 military intelligence unit, who use military principles to build scalable businesses.
Amid Iran and peace process debates, Netanyahu promotes Israeli ingenuity in Davos
Despite issues such as the Iran nuclear deal and the Israeli-Palestinian peace process taking center stage at this week’s World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu used the opportunity of the summit to tout Israel’s growing economic and technological clout to the world’s top businesses and leaders.