With 1,500 active life sciences companies and a vibrant research and innovation ecosystem, it’s hardly surprising that Israel is at the center of some of the most important developments in health and medical technology.
With 1,600 active life sciences companies employing 83,000 people, Israel is home to a vibrant medical innovation ecosystem. Leveraging its strengths in relevant fields like artificial intelligence, medical devices, digital health, and R&D, the
Poland is an emerging hotspot for healthcare companies and biotech startups. EU-MED Summit, organized on 24-25 September, 2019 in Łódź, aims to support growth of healthcare innovation by driving collaborations, business opportunities, investments and knowledge.
The Israeli tech ecosystem is known for its innovations in cybersecurity, defense, and ag-tech. But one of the most profound, though lesser known, sectors of the Israeli tech ecosystem is assistive technologies for the disabled.
As the Fourth Industrial Revolution spurs companies to embrace digitization and innovative technologies, artificial intelligence is transforming entire industries, making organizations smarter, more efficient, and more competitive.
For Israel, innovation has always been inextricably linked to the survival, security, and well-being of the people. “How did we start up a nation from nothing and transform it into a nation of start-ups?” the