israel innovation authority

20 million shekels in funding goes toward Arab, hi-tech integration

The Israel Innovation Authority and the Directorate General of Labor have published a tender in order to promote the incorporation of Arabs into Israel’s hi-tech sector.

ZOOZ, Afcon pilot brings Ultra-Fast electric vehicle charging to Israel

A Dor Alon pilot could be a big step toward the wider adoption of electric vehicles in Israel

Innovation Authority to give NIS 15M to programs bringing skilled hi-tech workers to Israel

"This diversification of manpower in the local ecosystem will help maintain local high-tech's position as a global leader.”

Israel innovation head impressed with Klil factory

"I have found a lot of innovation and a desire to grow here at Klil, and I would be very happy to see their applications to the Innovation Authority approved,” Ami Appelbaum said.

Self-driving cars are dominating the Innovation Authority’s agenda

The IIA has announced two new programs related to autonomous vehicle development in just one week.

Israel Innovation Authority to launch ESG index to protect environment

Companies that use ESG indices can see a reduction in risk as well as greater returns on their investments, according to the IIA.

Israel Innovation Authority approves NIS 220m. for new innovation

The move represents one of the largest public-sector investments in cultivated meat in the world.


NIS 30m. fund launched for hi-tech employment projects

The Innovation Authority said it will offer grants of up to 70% of the project's budget for programs under NIS 1 million, and up to 50% for programs requiring up to NIS 15 million.

This Hubble Space Telescope snapshot reveals an unusual "see-through" galaxy.

Four Israel-Florida tech projects win funding

This year, 20 joint proposals were submitted by teams of for-profit companies in Florida and Israel, and four teams won awards.

JVP founder Dr. Erel Margalit addresses the Seeds&Chips foodtech conference in Milan, Italy, earlier

Israel looks to set up three new tech incubators

Concession winners will gain right to operate technology incubators for a period of up to five years, with the option of extending for three further years.

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