How Israeli Technology Is Combating Global Food Waste

An estimated one-third all food produced globally goes to waste. Simply cutting the 1.3 billion tons of annual food waste in half would be enough to feed one billion people. Accordingly, reducing food

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How Israel Became a Cybersecurity Superpower

Cybersecurity incidents dominated business headlines for much of 2018, as a diverse range of legacy and digital brands including Marriott, British Airways, Facebook, Google, and MyHeritage grappled with the fallout of high-profile data breaches. Such

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The Ingredients of Israel’s Foodtech Innovation

According to U.N. projections, the current global population of 7.7 billion people is set to reach 9.8 billion by 2050. While Israel barely accounts for one-tenth of one percent of all the world’s inhabitants, the

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Israel Education Summit – June 2019

The 4th Israeli Education Summit will be held in Tel Aviv on June 4-5. The Summit is expected to attract over 1,000 attendees, 200 entrepreneurs, business delegations from China & India, and a record number

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How Israel Is Becoming a Port of Call for Maritime Innovation

When Intel acquired vision-based collision prevention company Mobileye for $15.3 billion in 2017, the blockbuster deal underscored Israel’s prowess in smart transportation, particularly in the autotech sector. But automotive isn’t the only traditional industry

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How Israel Is Drilling Down on Innovation in Mining Technology

From the Dead Sea minerals extracted for fertilizers, flame retardants, and unique health products to the world-renowned local diamond industry, key Israeli industries have long been closely linked to extraction and mining. Although the

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