By The Times of Israel
Israel’s Remilk To Open ‘World’s Largest’ Facility For Cow-Free Milk In Denmark
Food tech startup recently raised $120 million with investors to build its production capabilities.
May 03, 2022
Vaccinated Kids Half As Likely To Get Omicron, But Protection Fades Fast — Study
Health Ministry-led research also shows teens who got their shots over four months ago only slightly better off than unvaccinated; hospitalizations among kids reportedly on rise.
January 23, 2022
Tnuva Beefs Up Food Tech Operations With New Cultured Meat Venture
Israeli food company partners with biotech firm Pluristem Therapeutics to launch lab-grown meat, aiming at a quick trip to market, followed by animal-free dairy, fish
January 18, 2022
Israel Must Nourish Its Food Tech Industry Or Risk Falling Behind, Report Warns
Without comprehensive strategy and funding, country will have ‘initiated’ field but will not reap benefits, according to Good Food Institute Israel
January 09, 2022
Israeli Startup Aims To Light Medical Cannabis Patients’ Way Through Hazy System
Ra’anana-based Cannbis looks to become go-to information resource and online marketplace for licensed consumers, now numbering over 100,000.
January 02, 2022
Miss Fix The Universe: Alternative ‘Pageant’ In Israel Highlights Beauty of Ideas
Part-protest competition organized by Israel Women’s Network awards prizes for social entrepreneurship.
December 13, 2021
Israeli Drug Cuts COVID Deaths By 70% In Small Study, Company Says
Phase II trial of MesenCure among 30 patients with serious coronavirus cases shows almost all lived and had shorter hospital stays than controls, but expert says more data needed.
November 28, 2021
Shekel Climbs To 26-Year High As Bank Of Israel Signals Less Intervention
Currency’s strength against dollar reaches level not seen in over 2 decades, and experts predict it is not going to stop there
November 21, 2021
Israel Shows Off Defense Tech At Dubai Air Show For First Time
Seven Israeli firms, most of them state-owned, went to the defense exhibition in Dubai, one of the premier weapons shows in the world.
November 15, 2021
Whither The Unicorns? Experts Debate How Billion-Dollar Firms Will Change Israel
A critical mass of mega-valued global tech companies based in Israel may create a whole new local ecosystem in the coming years.
November 07, 2021
Award-Winning Israeli Photographer Urges Wildlife Protection Through His Lens
Tel Aviv-based Roie Galitz, who is drawn to frozen landscapes, warns that the disappearance of polar bears is the world’s ‘canary in the coalmine’.
October 31, 2021
New Israeli Cancer ‘Directory’ Will Help Doctors Choose Right Immunotherapy
New data platform will allow doctors worldwide to input data from biopsies to find the best-matching immunotherapy for particular patients.
October 24, 2021
Israeli Committee To Weigh Regulations For Social Networks, Emerging Tech
Justice Minister Gideon Sa’ar says gap between existing legislation and tech advancements only widening, will seek to formulate effective measures to protect privacy, economy.
October 18, 2021
US Looks To Israeli Military Data To Weigh Safety Of Booster Shots
Top US health official Dr. Anthony Fauci says Israel to soon have more information on myocarditis, an inflammation of the heart in younger males.
October 03, 2021
Israeli Scientists Aim To Mobilize Allergy-Causing Cells To Fight Cancer
Tumors in mice lost half their size when injected with eosinophils, best known for inducing allergies; promising results also seen in human tumor cells in vitro.
September 27, 2021