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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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Israeli technology providing vital communications link to cave-trapped Thai boys

Maxtech Networks system has linked a 'daisy-chain' of radio devices through twisting, water-submerged cavern, giving youths voice, data, and video connection to the outside world

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US Army inks $193 million deal to buy Israeli tank defense system

The TROPHY system, in use since 2011, will be supplied by an American company that partnered with Israel's Rafael arms manufacturer

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10 Most Desirable Israeli Companies to Work for

When I first moved to Israel, almost three years ago, I remember being fascinated by the surprising amount of......

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8 Israeli startups make World Economic Forum tech pioneers list

After the US, Israel has most companies on the list of 61; Watergen, Innoviz, Aqua Security among the Israeli firms named

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Israeli military rolls out anti-kidnap app to keep soldiers safe

Distress button will alert authorities to an emergency, triggering video, voice and text communication with 3 army headquarters

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Israeli-led IBM project pits computer against human debaters

Company say Project Debater, built out of Haifa lab, able to use AI to conduct complex human practices like rhetoric and analysis

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Flying Cars May Have Finally Found Their Launch Pad In Israel

Israeli company Urban Aeronautics developed an unmanned airborne vehicle, a concept on top of the agenda at the TechCrunch Mobility Conference in Tel Aviv.

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Israeli startup says it can slash telecom costs with fuel cell energy

GenCell's technology aims to replace diesel generators at telecom base stations with a low-cost solution using hydrogen produced from ammonia

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Wisdom from 70 of Israel's tech wizards | The Times of Israel

In recent years, we keep celebrating and admiring the success of the Israeli tech entrepreneurial and innovation ecosystem, and......

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Israeli biotech company successfully grows bones in lab | The Times of Israel

Bonus BioGroup begins second trial of 60 operations; aims to create 'spare parts' for human beings

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Portable Ultrasound Kit Expedites Treatment | Health News

The new device, developed at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, will transmit real-time imaging from disaster zones and accident scenes.

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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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Roll-up TV screens on the way, Tel Aviv U researchers say | The Times of Israel

Why settle for a tiny image when you're on the road? Israeli tech will soon let you unfurl a screen and watch in full-size, living color.

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NewCO2Fuels Markets Revolutionary Alternative To Fuel Based On Water And CO2

Using excess carbon dioxide from factories and water, NewCO2Fuels' sustainable and renewable fuel may change the course of global warming.

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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..

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After Thousands Of Years Of Stitching, Israelis Invent New Wound-Closure Method

TopClosure works by stretching out the skin around the wound, and second by ensuring that the wound scars in an aesthetic and healthy fashion.

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This Paralyzed Man Walked Down The Aisle At His Wedding With The Help Of A Robot

In 2011, Matt Ficarra was paralyzed in a boating accident, but on Oct. 18 he walked down the aisle at his wedding. ..

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Energy does grow on trees, thanks to Israeli engineers - Israel Business, Ynetnews

Business, Technology: The eTree looks like a real tree, but uses solar power for WiFi, device chargers smartphones, electrical outlets and even night lights.

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Israel to Get the World's First Hover Cars Transport System By 2015

Tel Aviv is testing out a new transport system where two-man skyTran vehicles travel at high speeds in the air.

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Revolutionary hologram-guided heart surgery is a heartbeat away

Israel’s RealView Imaging 3D technology, featured on 'Grey’s Anatomy,' brings science fiction to the actual operating rooms of tomorrow.

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12 Breakthroughs Of Israeli Tech That Make The World Better Every Day

Did you know that Israel has the most dense start-up per capita in the world? That's right — one amazing start-up for every 100 people! These innovations are creating a global footprint t...

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Israelis Invent New Anti-Date Rape Straw

Ever since date rape drugs have become easily accessible, women have had to be on high alert when drinking in public as someone could easily slip an odorless and tasteless drug such as GHB into their drink.

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Israeli cooperation and collaboration is making Silicon Wadi the Valley's major competitor

As more startup hubs crop up around the world Silicon Valley will have to adapt in order to compete. Paradoxically, the way to do that might be lessening the competitive spirit a little.