israeli innovation

israeli innovation

Doctors perform surgery [illustrative].
Israeli medical company receives FDA approval for life-saving tech

The young Israeli company will now be shifting its focus towards receiving approval from the Israeli Health Ministry and starting marketing the technology for clinical use in Israel and the US.

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Georgina Green launches a delivery app for small businesses

Israeli mask maker Sonovia expects 99% coronavirus success after lab test

Sonovia’s reusable anti-viral masks are coated in zinc oxide nano-particles that destroy bacteria, fungi and viruses, which it says can help stop the spread of the coronavirus.

World Economic Forum names six Israeli start-ups as tech pioneers

All the start-ups selected from the Middle East and North Africa by WEF were based in Israel.

Israel, Italy to develop coronavirus test using speech analysis

Clinical trial technology will include speech analysis of patient coughing for diagnosis of the coronavirus.

Israeli AI firm gets grant to develop COVID-19 management solutions

The grant provides DiA with a budget of millions of shekels to allow their AI solutions to be more accessible both domestically and abroad, and accelerate R&D with a focus on COVID-19 management.

Number of Jerusalem-based tech companies grows 102% since 2012

According to Start Up Nation Central's "Finder", the Jerusalem tech ecosystem includes 405 companies, 22 exits and total investments worth $1.6 billion of which $233.5 million are from the past year

Gil Perry, CEO of startup company D-ID, stands on stage during a presentation to the CyberTech 2018
Coronavirus crisis: 65% of Israeli start-ups face ruin within 6 months

When asked how long their company operations could be maintained should current conditions continue, 3.4% of the companies surveyed estimated that they would fold within the month.

THE AVERAGE person must play a part in slowing the virus – including more frequent handwashing/use o
Long-lasting coronavirus disinfectant developed by Israeli researchers

The coronavirus has been seen to last on surfaces upwards of 17 days, and common disinfecting breaks down rapidly. This new disinfectant is long-lasting.

JERUSALEM DAY will be marked differently this year due to coronavirus restrictions
Jerusalem Day 2020: Examining the city's developing ecosystem

According to Start Up Nation Central, there are currently 405 active companies in Jerusalem, a 102% growth since 2012.

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