The Economist has dubbed 3D printing the “third industrial revolution,” given the breakthroughs that the technology will enable – in manufacturing, construction, medicine, nutrition, and many other fields. While 3D printing dates originally to
Israeli companies are cashing in on the country’s retail tech boom – and the benefits of this innovation are wowing shoppers, investors, and retail giants around the globe. Whether it’s AI-driven ecommerce experiences, advanced consumer
Glenneis Kriel from Farmer’s Weekly writes here about a recent tour to farms and the AgriTech exhibition in Israel. The author says that South Africa can learn a great deal from Israel’s water management.
Even before Israel achieved statehood 70 years ago, the country’s pioneers harnessed their fierce determination, forward thinking, and more than a little chutzpah to overcome the challenges posed by the land’s limited natural resources. Just
Israel is welcoming more tourists to its shores than ever before, with a record 3.6 million tourists visiting in 2017. Yet the tiny country’s impact on the global travel experience extends well beyond the
The Startup Nation is more than just a place; for Israel, it’s also a mentality. Innovation and the entrepreneurial spirit have infused virtually every industry in the country, from agriculture to cyber, and drones are
An Israeli company is bringing Israel’s renowned cutting-edge innovation to Africa. Israeli solar power developer Gigawatt Global has entered into a landmark strategic relationship with the West African Power Pool (WAPP) by signing a deal