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Israeli start-up aims to be ‘intelligence unit’ for health issues, COVID

After helping thousands of individual patients in their decision-making process, sometimes in a matter of hours, the company has started to work also with hospitals and governments.

Australian military to stop using Elbit’s battle management system

Elbit Australia was informed of the decision without being given any explanations.

Israel-based software developers create app to tackle mental health

The new software targets an individuals' memory imaging system, displaying images that build on life events that have left emotional scars on a person overtime.

Scouts collect 600 used computers for families in need

Mitchashvim, the national initiative to collect computers for families in need, was launched at the start of the coronavirus pandemic and has handed out hundreds of refurbished computers.


Intel to invest $600 million in massive Israel expansion

Following the global computing giant's announcement last week that it would build a $200 million campus in Haifa, Intel Global plans to invest millions more as they expand their Israeli presence.


Israeli IVF treatment developer earns CE approval for AI-based solution

The platform, EMA TM, has garnered approval from the CE certifying body to market its innovative product for use in IVF fertility clinics across Europe.

Israeli microdosing cannabis inhaler receives approval in Canada

The real world data of the trials showed that patients experienced a 90% reduction in adverse effects associated with marijuana use in comparison with other methods such as oil, smoking and vaping

Jon Medved, CEO of OurCrowd

Medved: Israel's red-hot tech sector is now in 'hypergrowth'

The country's ecosystem is currently on pace to break $20 billion this year.


Good energies: Firm that reinvented the engine starts new funding round

MayMaan has developed an internal combustion engine operating on a mixture of water and ethanol. They are in the 1st phase of sparking a revolution in the automotive and green energy markets.


Interest in renting offices high after COVID decline

In the new office complex O-TECH, negotiations are currently underway with a number of international and Israeli companies for renting offices in an area of ​​tens of thousands of square meters.

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