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.

Iron Man’s hand: Technion gives prosthetic hands to children

The prosthetic limbs are printed using advanced 3D technology and given for free to children from Israel, the West Bank, Syria and Brazil.

TECH TALK: The Israeli start-ups that looked the pandemic in the eye

Over the course of the pandemic, societies all over the world faced numerous problems stemming from the virus’ impact.

Japan's Prime Minister Shinzo Abe and his wife Akie Abe visit the Jericho Agro Industrial Park, May
Coronavirus could help investors identify most promising start-ups

Israeli start-ups nimble enough to adapt to the changing market could do very well, if able to prove to corporations how their innovations can increase efficiency.

University of Haifa.
Haifa University launches student VC fund

"Our goal is to enable every student at Haifa University to understand and reach their potential," said University of Haifa rector Prof. Gustavo Mesch.

Can Jerusalem live up to its diversity?

Jerusalem Day is a good opportunity to remind us all that Jerusalem’s power stems from the wealth of its communities and its diversity.

Immunai co-founders (from left) Luis Voloch and Noam Solomon
Israel’s Immunai first to map whole immune system, scores $20m. investment

Immunai says it has mapped out millions of immune cells and their functions that could help detect, diagnose and treat cancer and many other diseases.

Doctor holding syringe
As pandemic keeps students at home, Israeli startup keeps training doctors

‘While for many students the current semester has been lost, our students have been able to continue learning as before,’ said Chief Executive Officer of Virtual Patient

Israeli innovation in Silicon Valley taking a back seat to coronavirus

The only startups that seem to be weathering the current crisis are those that have products curtailed to combating the current coronavirus pandemic.

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