In a first for the Jewish state, The U.N. Global Innovation Index has ranked Israel in the top 10 for 2019. Netanyahu: “We’ve made Israel into a rising global power.”
Israel, which has the most startups per capita worldwide, and India which is the top innovation destination in Asia, are utilizing their innovative spirit and technological resources to find solutions to some of the world’s most pressing issues. Here are 6 ways Israel & India are innovating together for a brighter future.
A small delegation of Israeli medical specialists from the Sheba Medical Center in Ramat Gan has flown down to help stave off the growing cholera outbreak.
For the first time in history, Israeli doctors have regrown part of a human bone inside the patient’s body.
The Hyundai Motor Group will invest more than $100 million in building a research and development center in Israel.
New findings from the World Economic Forum have determined that Israel is one of the globe’s most innovative and competitive countries!
What is so special about the Technion Israel Institute of Technology?
Asher will present his research at the Intel Science Talent Search competition as one of 40 finalists among 1,750 applicants.
Mobeego, an Israeli company, announced the global launch of its disposable charger, which can power a smartphone for up to four hours.
One challenge faced by eggplant lovers is removing the seeds which add bitterness to the fruit. Enter the Ein Yahav farmers and seedless eggplant.