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Israeli Prime Minister Netanyahu said that he has been thinking about this idea since his first term in 1996, but that then it was halted because of opposition from environmental groups.
Each chip costs around $10 – leading to estimated revenue of tens of millions of dollars.
The young and scrappy non-profit Made in JLM is offering hackathons that teach NGOs across the city how to do more with less
Software developed at Israel's Technion is slated to make scientific research accessible to the wider public in ways it never was before.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
"The Israeli start-up landscape in 2018 took another step in the global direction of more money funneled into less deals," said Benzi Segev, CEO of IVC Research Center.
By EYTAN HALON
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
Israeli hi-tech has reached impressive heights in recent years.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
Utilight is bringing game-changing laser printing technology to Israel’s periphery.
OrCam Technologies, a Jerusalem-based start-up known for developing advanced technology to help the visually impaired, launched a Kickstarter campaign.
Dayzz, a Herzliya-based health start-up specializing in sleep training, launched a personalized sleep training app built for enterprise workforces.
MassChallenge Israel has set itself an ambitious target: to find the best innovators in Jerusalem, no matter their background.
The idea behind Hotelmize first came to CEO Dor Krubiner while he was planning his summer vacation.
For the third year running, the company has held on to the top spot in Dun & Bradstreet’s annual report of the 50 best hi-tech companies to work for in the country.
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