“What’s next for the start-up nation?” begins the Economist’s look at Israel’s technology start up culture. Israel attracts far more venture capital per person than any other countryin the world —$170 in 2010 to America’s
In a breakthrough development, the Israeli company Vaxil BioTherapeutics has formulated a therapeutic cancer vaccine. Vaxil’s lead product ImMucin is an anti-MUC1 therapeutic vaccine and is currently being evaluated in a Phase I/II clinical
San Antonio plans for 400-megawatt solar project and manufacturing facility by Audrey N. CPS Energy is entering into negotiations for a power purchase agreement from one of the nation’s largest solar projects. The project will
20 years after Israel and India established diplomatic relations in 1992, Indian External Affairs Minister S.M. Krishna will visit Israel for meetings on security-related and economic issues with Prime Minister Netanyahu and President Shimon
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A delegation of 30 business people from Florida joined Governor Rick Scott on a visit to Tel Aviv. A number of sectors were cited as strong potentials for mutual business including agriculture, aerospace and
By Jim Veal, Having begun promotion of the Israeli Wine Industry from virtual zero almost three years ago, the efforts continue to pay off with a significant increase in the market presence of the Israeli