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California is the US king of Israeli-based unicorns

California the leading US destination for large privately-held Israeli startups. New York ranks second in the US, with 21 Israeli-founded unicorns.


How many Israeli start-ups are in Europe? A new report provides data

The UK, Germany and France employ 55% of all Israeli start-up workers in Europe.


Israeli app aims to retool mental health diagnosis into an exact science

"Psychiatry as a medical field is facing a major diagnostic challenge: today’s diagnosis is based on a descriptive approach, relying on patients' description and clinicians' observations."


Jerusalem’s Terra Venture Partners helps start-ups that positively impact society

The fund manages around $100 million, all dedicated to Israeli companies.


Israeli startup partners with US radiology practice to apply AI solutions

RP is one of the leading radiology practices in the United States. Aidoc is a leader in artificial intelligence solutions for medical imaging. RP's equity reportedly totals $4 billion.

Israeli start-up raises $13m. to assist grieving families

The company, Empathy, designed an app to guide "families through the logistical and emotional complexities experienced with loss," Empathy said in a statement.

The Aura Air system, shown here installed on a bus, was found to be more than 99.9% effective.

Israeli air disinfectant start-up to open innovation center in Ethiopia

A month long study at Sheba Medical Center found last year that the start-up's clean air system has the ability to eliminate different viruses and bacteria at a rate of 99.97%.

Israeli cybersecurity firm Morphisec raises $31 million in funding

Morphisec's flagship product: Morphisec Guard, combines traditional antivirus with the power of Morphisec’s advanced protection against ransomware, malware, and evasive attacks.

A CYBER hotline facility, part of Israel’s hi-tech innovative sector

Israel's tech sector keeps producing unicorns

Unicorn sightings are becoming a frequent occurrence in Israel's hi-tech sector. More than a dozen privately held Israeli start-ups have crossed the $1 billion mark in 2021 alone.

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