By Shoshanna Solomon
Tel Aviv Tries Out Digital Currency Pilot For Residents With Israeli Startup Colu
The month-long project will reward consumers who buy from Tel Aviv businesses via mobile device.
May 21, 2019
Israeli Researchers Show Medical Scans Vulnerable To Fake Tumors
If hackers tamper with CTs or MRIs they could aid in insurance fraud, ransomware, cyberterrorism or even murder, Ben-Gurion University team says.
April 23, 2019
Mexican, Japanese Matzah Ball Mashups Are A Thing, Says Israeli Food Trends Startup
Tastewise reports on what's trending on social media and in restaurants, ahead of Passover and Easter.
April 17, 2019
Israel’s Sheba Hospital To Use Pods To Grow Cancer-Killing Cells
The Ramat Gan medical center hospital will test and refine the Cocoon system developed by Switzerland’s Lonza Group to fast-track production of CAR-T immunotherapy.
March 19, 2019
Tel Aviv, European Researchers Set Sights On Robots That Creep Like Ivy
Collapsed buildings, archaeological digs, even Mars are places where a robot that can negotiate difficult terrain by anchoring itself and shooting off tendrils would be useful.
March 04, 2019
Israeli Entrepreneur’s Brain Tumor Spurred Him To Develop Life-Saving Surgical Device
Avi Yaron was diagnosed at 26; he went on to develop a 3D tool that helps doctors better visualize tumor sites.
September 24, 2018
First Israeli Patient Gets Startup’s Knee Cartilage-Regrowing Implant
Procedure is part of global clinical trial for technology developed by Israel's CartiHeal, which hopes to bring relief to millions of sufferers of knee pain.
August 19, 2018
Africa Delegation Seeks Israeli Startups To Help Farmers Boost Crops
Members of an organization funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates were in Israel recently to identify local agriculture technologies that could address Africa's challenges.
August 12, 2018
In New Study, Israeli Biopharma Firm’s Drug For Crohn’s Disease Shows Positive Results
Results show RHB-104, developed by Redhill Biopharma, could lead to a 'paradigm shift' in the treatment of the gastrointestinal disease.
July 31, 2018
Israeli Startup Uses Army Night-Vision Tech To Help Prevent Car Accidents
BrightWay Vision developed a system that extends the vision range of drivers, or the autonomous vehicles of the future, in all weather and lighting conditions.
July 25, 2018
Israel Leading Charge Toward The Next Health Frontier: Personalized Medicine
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
July 15, 2018
IDF Rolls Out Anti-Kidnap App To Help Keep Soldiers Safe
Distress button will alert authorities to an emergency, triggering video, voice and text communication with 3 army headquarters.
July 01, 2018
New Book Says Israel’s Praised High-Tech Sector Is Not The Solution To Its Economic Problems
'Israel's Technology Economy' takes a hard look at costs and benefits of the nation's world-leading startup phenomenon.
June 24, 2018
Israeli Tech Hub Seeks To Match Defense Giants With Cutting-Edge Startups
The global defense industry is looking to the civilian sphere for the next big thing in the defense world, says managing partner at SOSA's new Homeland Security Innovation Hub.
June 10, 2018
This Accessibility App By An Israeli Startup Is A Hit On Broadway
GalaPro is teaming up with the upcoming Tony Awards to make the ceremony accessible to people with hearing and vision loss.
June 03, 2018