The world's largest manufacturer of generic medicines, Israel's Teva, is joining forces with Procter & Gamble to create PGT Healthcare. The unit will focus on offering more branded OTC products to more consumers in more parts of the world, focusi...
WATEC 2011 just concluded and cemented this event as one of the most important events in the international Cleantech sphere, with: 25,000 visitors, 200 exhibitors, 150 international delegations and 30 government ministers arriving from every continent....
The Annual AfricaCom conference which took place in Cape Town is the leading African trade show for professionals involved in the Telecommunications industry. This year’s tradeshow took place from the 9th to the 10th
Hadasit, the Technology Transfer Company of Hadassah Medical Organization, has launched Ways, an incubator for joint Jewish-Arab biomed ventures in the Galilee. In addition to an initial 7.5 million shekel investment by Hadasit, several million
Driven by innovation, creativity and a long history of success, the Israeli Telecommunications industry had become a global leader. The Embassy of Israel to South Africa has taken it upon itself the mission to
Wind energy has been a buzzword in sustainable energy circles for decades. Even though a lot of progress has been made, wind energy faces a number of obstacles: wind turbines create significant noise, they are
Professor Daniel Shechtman of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology has been designated the winner of the Nobel Prize in Chemistry for 2011 for his discovery of quasicrystals – a new form of matter that has
In the process of seeking better health, being more informed about their situation and finding comfort and support, patients are flocking to social health websites by the millions. They seek medical information and at the
The World Economic Forum (WEF) in its annual survey of 142 countries rated Israel as the 22nd most competitive country in the world, 2 spots above its ranking in 2010. The report states, “Israel’s main