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In addition to widespread weakness within the Arab world, Israel’s stance in the region has been on the rise.
A team of Tel Aviv University researchers revealed the heart, which was made using a patient’s own cells and biological materials.
"From a work standpoint, I had read something about innovation being the leading export of the country, and it was something I wanted to learn more about," Crofts told The Jerusalem Post.
By EYTAN HALON
“Long tech requires a large number of people with years of professional experience in the field,” said Shapira.
By DAVID BRUMMER
Since the launch of the product, Perimeter 81 has gained immediate traction in the market, growing at a rapid, double-digit rate month over month.
By JERUSALEM POST STAFF
Israel needs 13,000 skilled hi-tech workers. KamaTech, Tech-Career and Tsofen offer a solution.
By HAGAY HACOHEN
A country that is sending a washing-machine sized spacecraft to the moon, could not arrange an uninterrupted 10 minute address from the most secure site in Tel Aviv.
By HERB KEINON
South Korean companies invested 12 million USD into two companies made possible by tech-transfer from the Weitzman institute of Science.
The accelerator will feature a 14-week program for 10 selected start-ups from around the world seeking to harness blockchain technology in sports.
“The Israeli hi-tech industry represents only roughly 10% of the population, but they have a separate ecosystem to everyone else in the country.”
The Israeli spacecraft completed a maneuver on Tuesday and communicated with the IAI and SpaceIL control room ahead of its expected arrival to the moon.
What better way to encourage love of science among children than having them see and hear astronauts read them bedtime stories – from space?
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