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Israeli App Makes Roads Safer for Everyone

in Economy & Innovation

Over one million people a year die in car crashes, and one company is on a mission to lower those numbers and make the roads safer for all. Since communication is truly the key to life, an Israeli/US based startup has created a life-saving app to prove it. Nexar has released an app allowing cars…

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Men’s Health in the Spotlight In Israel

in Health & Science/Monthly Report/Uncategorized

Men across the globe have begun growing moustaches and beards in an unstoppable epidemic that is catching on worldwide. It began with No-Shave November, where a group of young men in Australia chose to grow out their facial hair to raise awareness for the alarming rates in which men were getting prostate cancer. Their aim…

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Game changer for the Apple Watch

in Economy & Innovation

It was actually a matter of time until the Apple watch turned into a camera device for video calls. However, the latest technology is not coming from Silicon Valley but from the Jerusalem-based startup Glide. Glide was founded in 2012 and is famous for its streaming video technology. Now they applied this knowledge to a…

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#1: Silicon Valley #2 Israel

in Economy & Innovation

Alphabet’s Eric Schmidt considers Israel No 2 worldwide when it comes to initiating start-ups. The former Google chief and now executive chairman of Google’s parent company sees the local start-up scene pretty much unparalleled apart from the established US technology hub. “For a relatively small country, Israel has a super role in technological innovation,” he…

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RealView offer spectacular 3D images of baby’s organs

in Economy & Innovation/Health & Science

The images couldn’t be more impressive – the Israeli startup company RealView is able to optically extract not only embryos from the womb but their interior organs as well. The 3D images allow doctors to examine the organs by projecting true holographic images into free space, in other words: reality in 3D. The images can…

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