NoCamels is a world-leading news site covering breakthrough innovation and technology from Israel for a global audience. We cover cutting-edge developments in the Israeli science and medical fields (biotech, medtech, foodtech, cancer research), profile innovative Israeli startups that are pioneering world-changing tech solutions in fintech, cybersecurity, agtech, artificial intelligence, health, and more, and provide the latest in Israeli art and culture, R&D, cleantech, and environment news.
Israel has the highest concentration of startups and research and development centers per capita in the world and the NoCamels team travels across the country to report on these fascinating inventions, as well as the people who stand behind them.
Based at the Sammy Ofer School of Communications of the Reichman University in Herzliya, NoCamels is a non-profit academic endeavor sponsored by the Asper Foundation (see more below) and the Patrick & Lina Drahi Foundation. The site brings together talented young student journalists from Reichman University, with those from partner universities around the world, and provides them with professional training and instruction.
At NoCamels, we believe in drawing attention to innovative solutions, not just the challenges that so often make today’s news headlines. Every day we receive messages from readers around the globe who discovered a cure, a solution or just some general inspiration on NoCamels.com.
We have witnessed first-hand how objective and accurate reporting on these exciting innovations can cross boundaries, religions and even conflicts. That is why we continue to be dedicated to the utmost standards of journalism.
We hope to inspire young journalists around the world to create similar sites covering their countries’ innovations and solutions to global challenges.
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The NoCamels Team
If you would like to know why we are called “NoCamels”, read Why NoCamels
The NoCamels Team
Prof. Noam Lemelshtrich Latar – Co-Founder and Chairman
Anouk Lorie – Co-Founder and Managing Director
Rona Zahavi – Executive Director
John Jeffay – Editor-In-Chief
Ariel Grossman – Writer
Elad Naimi – Digital Director
Viva Sarah Press
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The Asper Foundation
Israel Asper, O.C., O.M., Q.C., L.L.D. (1932 – 2003) and Babs Asper (1933 – 2011) believed that philanthropy is a driving force behind positive change in people’s quality of life. For this reason, they formed The Asper Foundation in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in 1983 to build upon their and the Asper family’s philanthropic objectives.
The Asper Foundation undertakes, develops and supports major initiatives in the areas of Jewish charity as well as culture, education, community development and human rights locally, nationally and internationally.
In the recent past, over $150 million has been donated to various charitable causes through The Asper Foundation. This website not only reflects, but celebrates the inspired vision of Israel and Babs Asper and outlines the activities and future plans of The Asper Foundation.