Eric Sirkin says there is no reason Israeli companies can’t be large and multinational. It just requires a shift of mentality, he says.
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Many of Israel’s most amazing contributions to the world – from the DiskOnKey to the PillCam –result from its existential need for innovation in the military.
MobileOCT of Israel is partnering with global NGOs to get its lifesaving diagnostic tech to doctors, nurses and midwives in low-resource countries.
Ofer Biton saw his pet dog helped troubled teens learn to trust again, so he started a certificate program in canine therapy, now based at Tel Aviv University.
From a blood test for breast cancer, to tumor removal without surgery, Israeli inventors are transforming the diagnosis and treatment for cancer.
Operation Protective Edge has brought an expected dip in tourism, but not everyone is staying away. ISRAEL21c finds out why.
Hebrew University’s tech-transfer company, Yissum, partners with the likes of J&J, P&G, Merck, Roche, Novartis, Microsoft, Intel, Coca-Cola and Monsanto.
‘My incentive was saving human lives,’ says Brig. Gen. Daniel Gold, who defied the defense establishment to forge ahead with Iron Dome in 2005.
As international airports go on alert after a deadly Ebola outbreak in Africa, ISRAEL21c talks to the Israeli who may be on the way to a cure.
A promising Israeli technology fits inside ‘curtain walls’ and generates solar electricity for a high-rise building while allowing light inside.