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Israeli solution may give sight to the blind

in Health & Science

In an ongoing Israeli medical technology revolution, there are promising signs that one company is fighting, and possibly winning, the battle against global blindness. CorNeat has created a potential solution for the upwards of 2 million people per year who deal with corneal disease and blindness. With their new patent-pending blend of technology, they have…

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Self-Driving Cars Hit the Road

in Economy & Innovation

A new stretch of highway near Herzliya, Israel is closed, not for construction, but for innovation. Five companies have taken over Road 531 to start testing their various self-driving car technologies. The 1.5-kilometer highway has three lanes in both directions and will be closed for two months while the companies are conducting trials. The Ministry…

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Diamonds are Going Digital

in Economy & Innovation

A new digital currency is hitting the market, and its being backed by the Israel Diamond Exchange, or IDE, located in Ramat Gan, Israel. The Diamond Exchange is collaborating with a new digital currency startup, Carats.IO, which has created an updated framework for trading digital coins, backed by diamonds and based on Diamond Exchange data.…

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Tel Aviv Ignites with Innovation Fair

in Economy & Innovation

Since 2013, thousands of innovators have gathered in Tel Aviv to connect, create and meet at the DLD Innovation Fair. On its fifth consecutive year, the event is set to welcome thousands of people, about 120 delegations from across the world, and hundreds of global startups. With dozens of events hitting Tel Aviv city, attendees…

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Sleep Study Blames the Blue Screen

in Uncategorized

Sleep is one the most important physiological functions of our body. When people don’t get enough sleep, the body and brain is affected on a long-term basis, causing a decline in concentration, can weaken the immune system, cause depression and much more. While everybody is different, the average person needs 7 to 8 hours of…

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