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Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel: World's 1st Patient With Lab-Grown Bone Implant Competes In Israman Triathlon | Health News

Danny Yaakobson was the first patient to benefit from breakthrough technology developed by Bonus BioGroup to grow bones in a lab from an individual's own fat cells.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Are you being served? Israeli-founded startup creates robot butler on wheels

Temi says it will integrate Amazon's Alexa personal assistant to further expand its droid's capabilities

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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? …

Business & Finance | Business

This millennial's company makes millions buying from Walmart and reselling on Amazon

How a 30-year-old was able to flip products from Walmart's clearance aisles on Amazon to the tune of $6 million a year.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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, …

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Tel Aviv Became an Unlikely Sandbox for Foreign Tech Companies

The Tel Aviv shoreline. Photo: Wikimedia Commons. CTech – When e-scooter company Bird decided to expand outside of the US in …

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel surges to take fifth place in new Bloomberg Innovation Index | The Times of Israel

Startup Nation leaps up five places in 2019 ranking of most innovative countries, coming in above Singapore, Sweden, the US and Japan, but trailing top 2 South Korea and Germany

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

To measure and track pain, Israeli duo develops ‘objective’ monitor

Yariv Adan, lead user-tester of wristband sensor and app he created with Assaf Ariel, hopes their product will help improve treatment for millions by quantifying the unquantifiable

Business & Finance | Business

5 Simple Ways to Identify Business Ideas That Could (Really) Change the World

Want to come up with a world-changing business idea? First step, think locally. What exactly does your community need?

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli company leads flying car ‘buzz’ ahead of major tech show

NFT Inc. is aiming for the Model T of flying cars and their prototype, which will be able to take off or land vertically and fly on auto-pilot, will be unveiled in Las Vegas

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Best Of 2018: 15 'Superhero' Israeli Startups Changing The World | Technology News

From humanitarian assistance and plastic reduction to water sanitation and space missions, NoCamels presents a selection of remarkable companies that had a positive impact this past year.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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...

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Skyscrapers should look to elevators as escape routes, Israeli startup says

Salamandra Zone's B-Air system provides clean, cool air to elevator cabs during fires, keeping residents alive and safe

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How Israeli Tech Startups Are Flipping The Script On The Opaque Insurance Sector | Technology News

With tech now firmly part of the insurance industry, Israeli startups and companies have emerged as leaders in this rapidly flourishing trend. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Run On Water: How Israeli Innovators Are Leading The Way To Hydrogen-Fueled Cars | Environment News

A new discovery by Israeli scientists could significantly impact efforts to replace carbon-based fuels with more environmentally friendly hydrogen fuels. | NoCamels

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Tel Aviv Based Do it yourself car-maintenance software firm eyes potential of self-driving cars | The Times of Israel

Tel Aviv-based Engie releases its Fleet app, to help car fleet operators, including rental and leasing companies, keep tabs on their vehicles

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Australian-Israeli startup creates water-based fuel for electric vehicles

Electriq~Global presents technology at Tel Aviv's Smart Mobility Summit; touts zero emissions, longer range and lower price

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Startup's Drone, AR Tech Proves Critical For Rescue Missions After Hurricanes | Technology News

Edgybees provides a real-time platform that uses 3D mapping, data, and live video from drones and other aerial platforms to help lead rescue efforts in public safety situations and natural disasters.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

SodaStream launches ocean plastic cleanup effort in Honduras

Israeli company, which lets customers add carbonation and flavor to tap water in reusable soda bottles, calls for an end to single-use plastic

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli Inventor Creates Exoskeleton Allowing Paraplegics to Walk Again

There are an estimated 6 million wheelchair users in the United States and Europe, some of whom could walk again if insurance carriers would approve the cost of coverage for a device innovated in Israel.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli app seeks to create video trail to nail reckless drivers

Jerusalem-based Comroads sets up a pilot app to create social network for drivers to share 'vital video evidence' of car accidents

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New fund utilizes Israeli tech to help small farmers in Africa

JDC program will give thousands of agriculturists access to low-interest loans in bid to improve their crop yields, ensure their products command a fair market price

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Honey, I shrunk the car: Israeli folding vehicle to take on urban street woes

City Transformer is developing a cross between an electric motorbike and a small car with a 4-wheeled platform that expands and contracts

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

At Hebrew University, all students will study entrepreneurship | The Times of Israel

Everyone in the workforce today needs to know how to be innovative, says the new managing director of the university's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Center

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Taking cue from bats, Tel Aviv team creates robot that navigates via echoes | The Times of Israel

Development shows 'great potential' for the use of sound in future robots; animals said to 'routinely solve problems that engineers find very difficult'

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Startup To Scale-Up: Israel's 10 'Hottest' Companies, According To WIRED | Technology News

Healthy.io, Lightricks, Vayyar, and Missbeez were among the Israeli startups selected by the renowned American tech magazine for its Europe's 100 startups annual round-up.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Delegation seeks Israeli startups to help African farmers boost crops

Team from Alliance for a Green Revolution in Africa visits Israel to pinpoint local agricultural technologies that are pertinent to Africa's challenges

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel boosts funding for ultra-Orthodox tech entrepreneurs

A similar program will be announced for Arab Israeli entrepreneurs, Innovation Authority says; aim is to increase participation of minorities in booming startup scene

Science & Technology | ISRAELI TECH

Facebook Acquires Israeli Messaging Platform Startup Redkix For $100M | Technology News

The Israeli company will join Workplace by Facebook, the tech giant's answer to popular collaboration service Slack.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israeli startup seeks to head off hacking threats from connected cars

When SafeRide's technology detects an anomaly it alerts a security operations center, which then decides how to respond

Science & Technology | ISRAELI TECH

Former Israeli soldiers use AI to wage war on convenience store lines

We spend two years of our lives waiting in lines. Enough is enough! Trigo Vision, an AI startup with a team of warriors at the helm, is here to kill queues.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

‘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.

Entertainment | Movies & Other Stuff

The comic book artists that fuelled a century of science innovation

In 1905, Scientific American ran an intriguing advertisement from the Electro Importing company. “Everything for the Experimenter,” it boasted. “We give you the opportunity to tick yourself up to the head of a future wireless telegraph company as di

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Israel leading charge toward the next health frontier: Personalized medicine | The Times of Israel

With its variety of homogeneous populations and tech background, the Startup Nation can be a key player in the medicine of the future, says Prof. Shulamit Michaeli

News | Human Interest Stories

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

News | News

Israeli Startup Wins Global Counter-Terror Tech Challenge

CardioScale, a Ganei Tikva company founded in 2012, took first place at the 2018 Combating Terrorism Technology Startup Challenge organized by the American and Israeli defense departments.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

New Israeli App Warns Drivers AND Pedestrians When They Are In Danger

Trial in Ashdod simulated accidents involving multiple vehicles and pedestrians. The walkers had Foresight’s Eye-Net app installed on their phones.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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.

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

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

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

How quantum physics can make Israel more secure

The prime minister's freshly announced project recruits some revolutionary technologies and excites scientists

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

This app by an Israeli startup is a hit on Broadway

GalaPro, created by a Herzliya-based startup, sends subtitles, dubbing and amplification services for shows to your smartphone

Science & Technology | Israeli Innovation

Six Israeli startups that are helping save lives

Companies are among 62 featured in David Wanetick's book 'Solution Nation,' about Israeli firms having a global impact

Science & Technology | Innovation

How 2 former college roommates are helping people to get cheap lunches with their MealPal app

Mary Biggins and Katie Ghelli launched MealPal in New York last year. It has been backed with $35 million (£26 million)

Business & Finance | BUSINESS

This Startup Wants to Neutralize Your Phone—and Un-change the World

Yondr restricts smartphone use in places where the people in charge don’t want it. But in allowing this, we may be compromising something about ourselves.

Business & Finance | Business Creativity General

The best ideas show up after the dip - walter vandervelde

If there is one word that has been hot in the business world the last few years, then it is creativity. We like to state with alacrity how important we think it is. A life necessity even, in these...

Business & Finance | Business Creativity General

The best ideas show up after the dip

In the last decennia, the process of change has been speeding up exponentially. And still, as an organisation, you want to be a step ahead of both market and competition. Sure, creative thinking will...

Business & Finance | Business Creativity General

The best ideas show up after the dip

Not that long ago, a somewhat mysterious cloud shrouded creativity on the work floor. Everybody seemed to have their own definition and understanding of the word. The connotation with more artistic...

Psychology | Parenting and Kids

What #Babies Know About Physics and Foreign Languages

Our kids don’t need to be taught in order to learn.

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

Why Managers Are So Bad at Recognizing Good Ideas - The Atlantic

In most settings, criticism tends to dominate. For any idea or book or movie or what have you, the question that people discuss is what’s wrong with it, why it didn’t live up to expectations.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

Get the last bit of shampoo out of the bottle with this relieving invention

Researchers from The Ohio State University are on a mission to remove one tiny frustration from our lives with their latest invention.

Business & Finance | Business

The Workplace Of The Future: Brought To You By Art, Education, Travel, And Startups | Co.Exist | ideas + impact

For offices to be places that young people want to work, companies need to look outside the business world for design ideas.

History | HISTORY

What Was the Greatest Era for Innovation? A Brief Guided Tour - NYTimes.com

Which was a more important innovation: indoor plumbing, jet air travel or mobile phones?

Business & Finance | Business

This young director is helping one of the world's biggest media agencies to engage with startups

Hannah Blake is open innovation director at MEC Global, which employs 5,000 people worldwide and sits under the WPP umbrella.

News | Israel

Israel Goes Underground For Protection

Israel has an underground hospital and is building an underground blood bank. Israel's enemies have been allowed to point thousands of destructive rockets at her.

Science & Technology | Technology

Samsung makes big trucks transparent in the name of road safety

Back in 2009, Russian design house Art Lebedev introduced the dramatically titled Transparentius concept for improving road safety. It was remarkably simple: put a camera on the front of large,...

Business & Finance | Business

This Pizza Hut box turns into a movie projector | The Verge

Pizza Hut thinks it can do more than just bring food to your front door. It wants to deliver your entertainment for the evening, too. At least, that's the case in Hong Kong, where the pizza chain...

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

7 Takeaways for Senior Talent Leaders from the White House Upskill Summit

In late April, nearly 200 employers, labor leaders, foundations, nonprofits, educators, workforce leaders, and technologists came together at the White House Upskill Summit, dedicated to helping develop and promote frontline employees.  

Business & Finance | Business & Finance

Collaborative Economy Honeycomb 2 –Watch it Grow | Web Strategy by Jeremiah Owyang | Digital Business

Business & Finance | Business

A Kickstarter-Like Program From Adobe Funds Employee Projects | Re/code

Under the program, known as Kickbox, workers have only to raise their hand and they are given customized red boxes, each of which includes a prepaid credit card and other tools designed to help turn an idea into a shippable product.

Science & Technology | Tech

The man who brought us the lithium-ion battery at the age of 57 has an idea for a new one at 92 - Quartz

AUSTIN, TEXAS—The chances are you have never heard of—nor, until looking at this page, ever seen—John Bannister Goodenough. But you know his work. In fact, you almost certainly own some. Consider the last six or seven decades of technological and s

Politics | From the HuffPost

The Last Generation of Kids That Played Outside | Nate Hanson

Consider the iPad -- The iPad was invented and built by grownups who had to play outside when they were kids. Fast forward to this current generation where the majority of kids sit inside staring at... an iPad....

Business & Finance | Careers & The Workplace

How To Know If Your Dumb Idea Will Change The World | Fast Company | Business + Innovation

Box SVP Sam Schillace shares how he quickly and cheaply experimented on an app no one wanted--that became the basis for Google Docs.

Miscellaneous | Interesting Links

11-Year-Old Makes An Unbreakable, Spill-Proof Cup For Her Ailing Grandfather

When Lily Born noticed her grandfather, who suffers from Parkinson's, was spilling his drinks, she decided to design him a better cup. The young...

News | Interesting Links

Documentary Orchestra without Conductor from 1972 - New York

Documentary Orchestra without Conductor from 1972 - New York