Caesarstone was the first company to use a high-tech process to turn quartz into a brand-new surfacing product. Now the kibbutz company leads the market worldwide.
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Can’t stand the racket? Israeli noise-cancelling technology is going into almost everything from home appliances to airplane seats.
Say goodbye to pills and hello to fortified confectionery. An Israeli company has developed candies with health benefits.
Pyramids came tumbling down in Israel’s record-breaking domino chain, set up in Beersheva.
The president will get a high-tech glimpse of some of Israel’s most exciting products of the future, plus a unique nanotech gift.
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Israel’s InSightec is transforming the operating room with a new ultrasound technology that enables surgeons to destroy tumors and cysts without incisions.
Janvest managing partner: ‘We operate in a gap in the investment market that allows us to get larger chunks of more mature and more interesting companies.’
She has a PhD and a black belt, but where Kira Radinsky is really making her mark is in Microsoft disaster-prediction software.
A nutritional and cosmetic supplement produced at Israel’s Kibbutz Ketura is at the heart of a $50 million international deal.