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A four-minute video played in the heart of New York City at one of its most recognizable tourist destinations.
Sealantis develops medical device products for a variety of applications in surgical adhesion, mimicking the mechanism of adhesion of algae to rocks in water.
The hackathon follows the recent appointment of an MDA medical technology council which seeks to improve emergency services for the public.
The goal of the program is to co-develop, test and pilot impactful technologies, products, services and devices within the rich environment that exists at Jefferson.
By EYTAN HALON
Axis Innovation CEO Ed Frank insists that the company's sixth annual flagship conference is not simply another event dominated by sponsors, but is truly focused on the people.
The planned laboratory will join the Innovation Authority's five technological innovation laboratories established under the organization's laboratories incentive program since 2017.
The company’s ambitions for the region have sparked a home-grown competitor.
By TERRANCE J. MINTNER/THE MEDIA LINE
Founded in 1999 when other technology companies focused on developing firewalls and other technologies to keep attackers out, CyberArk focused on protecting sensitive organizational data and assets.
An inside look at CES 2019 in Las Vegas.
By ANNE BAER
MassChallenge Israel has set itself an ambitious target: to find the best innovators in Jerusalem, no matter their background.
“As an innovation leader, we have built strong teams across the globe. From India to the US, and from Israel to China, our teams are creating the future of connectivity.”
“Israel is a groundbreaking country in many fields and we are working in order to ensure this continues in future generations.”
The company's carpool app enables commuters to find rides with other local app users in a further effort to reduce traffic.
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