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Australians Always Have a Landing Pad in Israel

in Economy & Innovation

In an effort to grow their entrepreneurial ecosystem, the Australian Minister of Industry, Innovation and Science, Christopher Pyne, has initiated a new global program, where “Landing Pads” are placed at key technology hubs around the world. Israel is one of them. The aim of the Landing Pads are to provide an onsite space for Australian…

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The Smart Car Revolution is Rolling

in Economy & Innovation

We may not have flying cars yet but thanks to the advancement of Israeli transportation innovation, we might get there sooner than we thought. Before any car is going to take flight though, Israelis have been leading the way to create cars that run on electricity instead of gasoline, which are said to use ⅓…

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Can Your Smartphone Prevent Skin Cancer?

in Health & Science

The future has arrived, and it comes in the form of an app called DermaCompare. Skin cancer commonly starts from suspicious or changing moles on your body. The best case skin cancer scenario is finding the problem areas in their early stages. Now, DermaCompare is empowering people to take their health into their own hands,…

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Start-up Success Stories

in Economy & Innovation

The Israeli start-up company NiniSpeech won this year’s Global Innovation Awards 2016 in Beijing. The Haifa-based company with their stutter solution competed against 21 other start-ups from all over the world. Another Israeli company made the second place: AerialGuard also received US $ 200,000 for their autonomous navigation system for unmanned aircrafts. It’s not the…

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Tradition meets 2.0

in Economy & Innovation

World-famous Oxford University Press recently teamed up with three Israeli start-up companies to develop educational online products. TinyTap will use Oxford’s content on its social platform, Total boox enables readers to buy Oxford’s ebooks on a pay-as-you-read store and Kidoz is a content discovery platform for children. Oxford University Press (OUP) is the world’s largest university…

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