Weizmann Institute study cracks code on codifying odors

Researchers say that this might eventually lead to the ability to add scents to photographs or give computers the ability to "smell."

TAU team controls terahertz waves to better detect cavities, explosives

The team’s discovery could lead to the development of novel methods of non-destructive analysis in arenas ranging from medicine to security, including identifying dental caries or explosive devices.

A Match Made in Hi-Tech Heaven: Israel and South Korea

The Israel Innovation Authority reported that more than 140 joint Israeli-Korean technological innovation projects were launched in 2016 involving a total sum of $54 million.

Israeli tech top executives talk

Copyright and creativity in the Internet's iterative age

We, as a society on the internet, will create new interactive ways that let you easily interact not only with the content in front of you, but with the content on which it is based upon.

Gigya Hackathon

SAP buys Israel-founded Gigya for $350 million

Gigya identifies and authenticates online customers, allowing large Internet businesses to tailor personalized advertisements to their users.

VENuS Satellite - Israel Space Agency & Israel Ministry of Science and Technology

11 incredible behind-the-scenes photos of VENuS

The satellite built by Israel Aerospace Industries was successfully launched on Wednesday, August 1, 2017.

The Hub team with then Foreign Secretary Hammond, in 2015.

UK to launch global network of Tech Hubs after Israeli success

The new network was launched on Wednesday as part the British government's larger "Digital Strategy."

A general view shows central Tel Aviv backed by the Mediterranean Sea

Moving Israeli cities towards real innovation

Some 120 Israeli companies featured their advanced technologies at Tel Aviv expo.

THE ‘CHAIR CALL’ device for electric wheelchairs, controlled by an application installed on a smartp

New device enables disabled people to summon their electric wheelchair

A team of experts at the Jerusalem hospital developed the device, called Chair Call, to significantly improve the quality of life for the wheelchair-bound.

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