Israel may only be a small nation, but it punches far above its weight in many arenas. It is a leader in technological innovation and research, for military and civilian uses – particularly medicine.
Israeli scientists have implanted the first knee replacement that can regrow cartilage and bone. A 30-year-old Jerusalem woman attempted to fix her knee cartilage multiple times. Despairing, she turned to CartiHeal – established in 2009 in conjunction with Ben Gurion University.
The brainchild of Israeli father-of-three, Enon Landenberg, Bosco is an app designed to reassure parents who can check on how their kids are feeling and what they are up to – such as when they leave school or arrive back home – without spying on them. It can also be used to identify and nullify […]
Disabled people can do anything – but being confined to a wheelchair can seem to make the world a limited place. However, an Israeli startup has just reinvented the wheel and is changing lives and helping to provide freedom.
Israel – a young country of 7.1 million people, surrounded by enemies and in a constant state of war since its founding and lacking important natural resources – has produced more start-up companies per capita than any other country.
Every day, 43 Israeli children are diagnosed with some form of cancer; 12% of whom do not survive their illness. Now, Israeli scientists have made a breakthrough using a nanoscopic system for combating child cancer – which can help slow tumor growth and prolong life-expectancy.
Rewalk is opening a new world of possibilities for the wheelchair-bound – and of course, the groundbreaking technology hails from Israel!
Despite an overall decline in the number of exits, excluding the two mega-deals, exit capital volume was up 19% on 2016 at $6.6 billion. The number of exits dropped 8 percent in 2017 compared to 2016.
The Taub Center’s annual report, State of the Nation, was published this week, providing a largely positive picture of various socioeconomic trends in Israel in 2017, while still showing some major gaps between sectors of the economy and the Israeli population.
Just as the words of God emanated from Zion, today Israeli technology and innovation is emanating from Israel across the world.