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Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Aims For More Secure Future By Eliminating Passwords

From hardware tokens to biometric methods, Israel's alternative authentication solutions are pushing weak passwords out of style. | NoCamels

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A Medical 1st In Israel: 3D-Printed Ankle-Bone Implants Allow 2 Women To Walk Freely Again | Health News

Two women, one of them a teen, underwent the country's first (and second) talus replacement through 3D printing surgeries at Beilinson Hospital this month. | NoCamels

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Israel's Amos-17 Satellite Successfully Launched Into Space, Will Provide Fast Internet Service To Africa, Mideast

The launch comes almost three years after a spectacular launchpad explosion destroyed Spacecom's Amos-6 satellite and the SpaceX rocket it was on in September 2016. | NoCamels

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Israel researchers develop MRI technique to detect molecular changes in brain | The Times of Israel

Math model developed by Hebrew University team could pave the way for physicians to see beginnings of Alzheimer's or Parkinson's

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'Highly Developed' Tech Hub Tel Aviv Ranks 6th In New Startup Ecosystem Report

Tel Aviv is among the top 10 international cities in the annual report published by Startup Genome in partnership with the Global Entrepreneurship Network. | NoCamels

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Israelis identify genes that protect cells from Zika virus | ISRAEL21c

Specific genes found to safeguard against infection as well as resuscitate infected cells, Israeli researchers say.

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Delicious Headline of the Day (But Not If You Are An Israel Hater) | Israellycool

...has to be this from The National Interest, an American bimonthly international affairs magazine published by Washington DC-based public policy think tank the Center for the National Interest (founded by Richard Nixon)

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Orthodox female students develop wireless oxygen monitor | ISRAEL21c

An all-female hackathon for Jewish religious women in Jerusalem produces innovative medical products and services.

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Israelis develop haptic vests for rescue and service dogs | ISRAEL21c

Painless vibrating vest created at Ben-Gurion University enables delivery of remote commands to four-legged assistants.

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Texas Aerospace Firm Firefly To Use SpaceIL's Beresheet Lander Tech For NASA Moon Missions

Firefly is set to build a new lunar lander based on the Israeli spacecraft's blueprints as part of a NASA program to deliver science payloads to the moon. | NoCamels

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SpaceIL Abandons 2nd Moon Mission, To Seek 'Significant Objective' For Beresheet 2 | Technology News

The non-profit behind Israel's journey to the moon says embarking on a similar journey would not be setting the bar high enough. | NoCamels

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Ride & Fly: US-Israeli Startup To Begin Testing Flying Vehicle In 2020

New Future Transportation, based in California and with an R&D center in Israel, recently unveiled the design of its electric, autonomous flying vehicle, the Aska. | NoCamels

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Israeli company claims it can unlock any iPhone up to iOS 12.3 for police

Israel-based forensics firm Cellebrite claimed that its UFED Premium service can unlock iPhones and iPads up to iOS 12.3 and high-end Android smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S9. The device will be sold as an on-premises tool, which means that the p

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Driverless Systems & Flying Cars: Israel's Mobility Sector Talks Trends At EcoMotion | News Brief

Bill Ford kicked off the annual event which drew over 4,000 participants from across the automotive and mobility worlds. | NoCamels

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Israel's Accelerating Brain Drain Should Be Ringing Alarm Bells, Says New Report

The country's most educated population is leaving at an alarming pace, according to a new study called 'Leaving the Promised Land' by the Shoresh Institution for Socioeconomic Research. | NoCamels

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The Israeli device that aims to clean up your air | ISRAEL21c

Israeli home device Aura Air checks for dangerous gases and particles, and purifies the air of tiny particles of bacteria, viruses, mold, fungi and pollen.

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Bottoms Up: Israeli Scientists Brew Beer With 'Resurrected' Yeast From 5,000 Years Ago | Technology News

A team of microbiologists, archeologists, and beer experts made a beer with ancient yeast dating back to the time of the Pharaohs. | NoCamels

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Israeli Tech Entrepreneurs Host 2nd Hackathon To Support Holocaust Survivors

TLV Starters will host its second hackathon aimed at promoting Holocaust education and aiding Holocaust survivors. | NoCamels

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Five Google features developed in Israel

The annual Google I/O developers conference heard about features for flood prediction, and helping the deaf, and those with speech and reading difficulties.

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Israel At 71: Why Are Israelis Missing Out On Some Of Their Best Home-Grown Innovations? | Social Awareness

Some of the best-known startups and companies emerging from Israel have little to no commercial activity in the country. | NoCamels

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Israeli technology at heart of Samsung’s innovation push | The Jerusalem post

“I think the Israeli start-up ecosystem is extremely important and that’s why we do this event every year, bringing together Israeli entrepreneurs and venture capitalists,"

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Turning 71, Israel can look with pride at the tech firms it has generated | The Times of Israel

From Mobileye and Mellanox to Mercury and Mazor, blue and white companies have won accolades upon their successful exit

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Strong Start: Israeli Companies Raise $1.55B In 1st Quarter Of 2019 | Technology News

A new IVC and ZAG-S&W report says this year's first three months were marked by an increase in later-stage deals. | NoCamels

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Tech teams at Alyn Hospital hack big health ideas for small patients

At medical center's annual make-a-thon, tech experts, entrepreneurs and medical professionals work to develop assistive technologies for children with disabilities

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Better Juice: Israeli Food Tech Startup Cuts The Sugar For Healthier Fruit Drinks | Health News

Founded in 2017, the Israeli startup Better Juice developed an innovative process that reduces sugar in fruit juice by up to 80 percent.

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Intel Capital Expands Israel Team, Announces New $117M Global Investments | Technology News

At annual summit, semiconductor giant's venture arm marks significant year for portfolio companies, including Israeli startups

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Israel’s OrCam to help blind people cast vote independently

A pilot project makes OrCam's artificial vision device available at 12 polling stations in Tuesday's election

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Israeli spacecraft performs final maneuver before moon landing bid | The Times of Israel

Beresheet's engine activated for 60 seconds, taking it to new orbit before it is scheduled to be captured by lunar gravity on April 4

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Israeli startup, Indian hospital join forces to bring AI imaging to India

Zebra Medical and HealthNet Global will collaborate on developing Zebra's tech for the Indian market to screen for illnesses, including TB

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As Japan scouts for tech, interest in Israeli innovation is rising

Japanese manufacturing giants are looking to Israel for cutting-edge tech solutions, says Yoav Ramot of Million Steps, a firm that matches Israeli startups with these firms

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7 Israeli Companies Punching Above Their Weight In The Sports Tech Industry | Health News

In the fields of AR, video analysis, movement sensors, and broadcasting, the number of Israeli startups active in the sports tech sector has increased sharply.

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Second skin: Israeli medical device creates temporary nano-layer to treat wounds | The Times of Israel

Lod-based Nanomedic Technologies says its technology dresses burns and other wounds by spinning a fibrous mat without touching the skin, reducing pain and risk of infection

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Israel’s Zebra gets Europe nod for AI-tech that finds brain bleeds, gas in chest

The technology reduces the time it takes radiologists and ER staff to spot acute conditions in scans and X-rays by 80%, kibbutz-based startup says

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Meet The Top Israeli Startups Protecting Cars From Cyber Attacks | Technology News

The amplified complexity of modern cars makes securing them harder and hacking them potentially easier - but Israeli companies are meetings these challenges head-on.

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With sights set on the moon, Israel to launch privately funded spacecraft Friday

Beresheet set to touch down in the Sea of Tranquility on April 11; $100 million project, paid for mostly by Jewish donors, would make Israel 4th country to land a craft on the moon

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Israel Launches $4M Environmental Tech Innovation Lab | News Brief

The new project is aimed at supporting environmental protection and sustainability initiatives.

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Israeli Company Develops Goggles Allowing Surgeons to See Right Through You

Surgeons performing an organ transplant. Photo: Wikipedia. CTech – Ever chose “X-ray vision” as your choice of a hypothetical superpower? …

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Israeli Startup Wants to Lower Motorcyclist Fatalities by Providing an Extra Set of Eyes

Ride Vision’s co-founders Lior Cohen (left) and Uri Lavi. Photo: Ride Vision. CTech — As city roads become more congested, …

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Intel showcases new 3D camera for robot, drone navigation sired by Haifa team

Camera uses an inside-out tracking system that frees it from reliance on external sensors or GPS to navigate obstacles, US tech giant says

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New Israeli Smartphone App May Revolutionize Communication for Deaf People | Jewish & Israel News Algemeiner.com

A new smartphone app developed by students at the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) will facilitate communication by deaf people...

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Israeli Researchers Raise $1M For Revolutionary Eye Drops That Could Replace Glasses | Technology News

Ophthalmologists at Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar Ilan University are building a biotech company that expects to market the 'nanodrops' by 2020.

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Israeli groom with paralysis stands tall at wedding with help of robotic device | The Times of Israel

Developed by Israeli startup UPnRIDE, the indoor-outdoor vehicle wheels people around while they're in a vertical position; now ready for European sales

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Intel prepares to expand manufacturing in Israel as part of global plan | The Times of Israel

Multi-year construction activities to expand manufacturing sites in the US, Ireland and Israel are expected to begin in 2019, tech giant says

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Israeli moon-bound craft to carry Holocaust survivor story, and best of humanity

'We are putting... dreams in the spaceship, like you would put a note in the Western Wall, wishing for a bright future,' SpaceIL founder says as time capsule is placed in vehicle

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Three Israeli Firms Among TIME Magazine's 50 'Genius Companies' For 2018

Workspace giant WeWork, water testing company Lishtot, and AI radiology startup Aidoc were selected by the esteemed American magazine among global giants such as Nike, Amazon, Apple, and Disney. | NoCamels

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5 Israeli Companies Putting Surgery-Assisting Robots In The OR | Health News

In the wake of Mazor Robotics' $1.6B acquisition - the largest exit for an Israeli biotech firm - these are the companies developing revolutionary surgery platforms.

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Israeli Study Finds Simple Solution For Spinal Cord Injury Recovery | Health News

Tel Aviv University researchers say a simple enzyme injected into mouse models soon after a spinal cord injury shortened recovery time and decreased symptoms.

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Swipe right for home: Israeli startup brings finger-motion tech to car commands

Jerusalem-based Inpris's technology allows drivers to control music, phone calls, messaging, and navigation without taking eyes off road

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At The Wheel: Why Israel Is A Driving Force Behind The Cars Of Tomorrow | Technology News

Israel's auto tech industry is thriving and startups in this sector are regularly striking up new partnerships, forming strategic alliances, and grabbing the attention of high-profile investors and even buyers.

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‘Flying’ Food: Drone-Delivered Meals May Soon Be A Reality With Israeli Firm Flytrex

The Tel Aviv company was recently selected by the FAA's Unmanned Aircraft System (UAS) Integration Pilot Program to test its technology in the US.

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Israeli Startup Monday Had To Change Its Name After Mockery. Now Its Team Software Is Worth $550M

A year ago, Israeli startup monday.com had a name no one understood. Now with a $50 million funding valuing it at $550 million, people are noticing its team software.

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US veterans get smoother wheelchair ride with tech twist from Israeli startup

US Department of Veterans Affairs signs deal with Tel Aviv's SoftWheel for 2,000 shock-absorbing wheels over three years

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Meet the female alums of the Israeli Army's elite tech training school - Fortune

It’s no secret that women can have a hard time breaking into the tech sector. But when Nofar Diamant and Dana Gutkind interviewed for their jobs at Perion Network, a Holon, Israel-based technology company, they were snapped up immediately.

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Alibaba Invests In Israeli Startup Visualead For Its QR Code Technology

To many U.S. consumers, QR codes already seem like a quaint tech relic, but they continue to be very popular in China. So it’s not a huge surprise that..