Automotive technology holds great promise but also introduces new risks. Connected cars may offer drivers a wide array of new amenities, but their being networked means hackers could break in and take the wheel themselves.
The story of Israel’s founding is deeply intertwined with the cultivation of its stubborn terrain. Early pioneers made great strides “making the desert bloom” using sometimes crude tools. Now, nearly a century later, a new
The study was led by Professor Malka Cohen-Armon and her team at Tel Aviv University’s Sackler Faculty of Medicine, in collaboration with Dr. Talia Golan and her team at the Cancer Research Center at Sheba
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. That
Improvements in govt. bureaucracy & regulations sees Israel climb 14 places from 49 to 35 in World Bank’s ease of “Doing Business” Rankings. Israel’s most significant improvement has been in the Paying Taxes ranking where
A host of Israeli companies are developing aftermarket systems and technological innovations related to the automotive market. Their mission is to make the automotive industry smarter, safer and greener. Find out more: https://lnkd.in/dCkEbqH To
The Startup Nation is not only known for its strength in high tech, but also its world-renowned academic institutions. From the Hebrew University in Jerusalem and Tel Aviv University to the Technion and the
Technology is sparking innovation across all walks of life and the consumer goods sector is no exception. From health and beauty, to food, to ecommerce, cutting-edge technology is enhancing products and bringing greater convenience and