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The Mossad chief and the era of hi-tech hits as well as Israel’s strongman
The ministry in collaboration with the She Codes community of women in technology has launched a NIS 20 million initiative to address the shortage of female representation in the industry.
Today, creating immersive media solutions for augmented reality and virtual reality requires a unique skill set.
“They’re strong and will not be intimidated... and know their worth.”
By BEN SALES/JTA
In the past year, Ituran’s national control center received 15,000 calls from the accident sensor, according to the company.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Utilight is bringing game-changing laser printing technology to Israel’s periphery.
By EYTAN HALON
Cannassure is currently constructing a state-of-the-art 4,000 square-meter indoor cannabis growing facility at Solbar's existing Ashdod facility.
As business development manager of Poalim Hi-Tech, Miri Ashkenazy works to recruit, accompany and provide services to young and promising start-ups in Israel and worldwide.
By DUDU LEVY REICH
The current lack of talent, according to the report, has led to an employees’ market in the tech sector.
Eighty year-old Bar-David's entrepreneurial inspiration emerged from his move into assisted living at the Ahuzat Poleg Retirement Village in Tel Yitzhak.
In August, the Israel-Guangzhou Investment Group teamed up with the Guangzhou government to launch the life sciences incubator in the city's Bio-Island industrial park.
Spitball's collaborative platform enables high school and college students to find and share study materials and knowledge using smart online tools.
The Detroit Jewish community has already pre-ordered the finished product and the system will initially be installed in 25 locations.
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