The 2010s marked a historic decade for the Israeli economy, with exports soaring 160% amid expanding international trade and the Start-Up Nation cementing its global leadership as an innovator in cybersecurity, automotive technology, artificial
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
The implant is inserted into the knee joint through a small incision and mimics the function of the natural meniscus Israel was the first country in the world to perform a new “artificial meniscus” transplant,
The first season of TechTalk will highlight over fifty cutting-edge Israeli companies, showcasing revolutionary technological innovations, from flying taxis to robots for the elderly. Jonny Caplan is living the dream. Having moved from cold, grey
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. In the process, Israel has become a leading
With well over 6,000 startups and high-tech companies, Israel embodies the idea that for bold innovators and dynamic problem-solvers seeking to drive human ingenuity forward, if you will it, it is no dream. The State
Before Israel’s discovery of offshore natural gas reservoirs led to its transformation from a net importer of fossil fuels to a self-sufficient producer of its own gas supply, the country was hardly known as