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June 2021

Interview with Gilad Carni, Founder of UAE Innovation Israel

in Monthly Report

“Now that the first excitement has settled, the real business is coming.” Gilad Carni heads the UAE Israel Innovation Office. He is a successful founder many times over and has invested in Israeli start-ups for years as an Angel Investor, one of which was the first Israeli start-up to be sold to Google. With his…

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Israeli Pollution Costs NIS 31 Billion 

in Economy & Innovation/Tourism & Nature

A report released last Sunday by the Environmental Protection Agency shows that Israel spent NIS 31 billion on external costs of pollution in 2018. External costs are the financially valued sum of negative effects polluted emissions have on human health and the environment. The majority of costs were the result of transportation, which made up…

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Groundbreaking Prehistoric Human Fossils Found in Israel

in Health & Science

In Israel, new construction projects first mean excavating the underground. Recently during a dig near the Nesher Ramla cement factory, a slew of artifacts, including human bones, were found – and archaeologists are saying they are not Homo sapiens.  Led by Hebrew University archaeologist Dr. Yossi Zaidner and Tel Aviv University anthropologist Professor Israel Hershkovitz,…

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Coronavirus Comeback to Local Towns in Israel

in Health & Science

Just over one week after all prior COVID-19 restrictions were lifted, Israeli authorities are questioning the need to return to indoor mask requirements and stricter post-travel quarantines. The query comes after two outbreaks of coronavirus cases took place, where schools shut down, and local towns Binyamina and Modiin were told to quarantine. For the second…

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Israel Ranked Third in World of Tech

in Economy & Innovation

In its annual release ranking 1,000 cities and 100 countries, StartupBlink published its Startup Ecosystem Index report, listing the top tech savvy nations across the world. Israel ranked in third place, maintaining its position from 2020, yet growing significantly close to the number two spot, the United Kingdom, in quality. The two rankings were only…

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