Israel-based BetterSeeds has shown that better crop genetics is the key to solving the nutritional challenge of population growth.
The initiative will facilitate both nations in addressing their food and water security challenges.
Populating the Kinneret with mullets usually takes place once a year. It's done in order to preserve the lake's quality of water by maintaining a balanced population of algae.
Soos' software allows them to control the incubation process, forcing chicken embryos to change sex in the egg, mitigating the controversial practice of culling male chicks.
The new technologies eliminate the need to rely on outdoor growers and suppliers while also providing a fresher, more eco-friendly product which needs much less water and land to grow.
"I could not believe that I would get to see this thing in my life. For us, brothers and sisters from both sides, from Israel and Dubai, sitting around the same table, it is a great honor."
"Every Jewish person living here should know Arabic,” Levi said. “Knowing the culture of the other person is the best way to find a path into his or her heart.”
“The materials are completely safe and give the crops a form of ‘immunity’ from salt and also drought conditions.”
There is no doubt that one of the biggest challenges of the next years will be feeding the massive growing population all over the world.
In the not so distant past, people used to say that money makes the world go round.