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Israeli invention vital for NASA mission to Mars

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science
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Whenever you’re ready to go to Mars, this new Israeli invention has you covered. Thanks to StemRad, a Tel Aviv based company who specializes in gamma radiation protection, astronauts and their vital organs are much more safe. Most NASA missions until now have not been set in deep space, and StemRad is hoping to change…

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From Lifeguard Tower to Luxury Hotel

in Life, Culture & Sports/Tourism & Nature
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Tel Aviv tourism has gone wild thanks to their new creative social media campaign, “Two Cities, One Break.” Collaborations between the Israel Tourism Ministry, The City of Tel Aviv-Yafo, and “Brown Hotels” Urban Collection are behind this competition, where the winner receives a 4-day, 5-star luxury stay in a lifeguard tower. Not just any lifeguard…

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Apple acquires Israeli Facial Recognition Software

in Economy & Innovation
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The fourth time is the facial recognition charm. The giant US corporation, Apple Inc, has acquired RealFace, an Israeli invented software with built in facial recognition. This is the fourth time that Apple has hit the Israeli market to snatch up a genius software, and they report spending about $2 million dollars. RealFace is a…

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Robot Companion to Cure Loneliness for Elderly

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science
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Loneliness is becoming a worldwide epidemic, especially for older people who live alone. Recent studies have proven the dire effects loneliness can have on someone’s life, and an Israeli company called Intuition Robotics has set out to change that. Intuition Robotics has brought together the fields of technology and psychology to create Elli●Q, a robot…

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Early diagnosis of autism has 88% chance of Saving Lives

in Health & Science/Monthly Report
Photo Credit: Mifne Center

“There has to be another way,” thought Dr. Hanna Alonim, as she saw 6-year old children tied to their beds, over-stimulated and over-medicated. When Hanna started her professional career in the 80’s and later received her PhD in Mental Health, she spent time working with a group of deaf children. What she discovered was frightening.…

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