‘Everybody understands that you buy Swiss watches from Switzerland and information security from Israel,’ says CyberArk CEO.
‘Everything we’ve seen — a tremendous variety of people and ideas — reinforced how creative, and willing to try anythingת Israelis are.’
Americans turn to hot new Israeli crowd-sourcing fashion platform for DIY Miley Cyrus, Katy Perry costumes.
Growing partnerships abound in manufacturing, telecom, agriculture, biotech, alternative energy and even in academia and the arts.
Going to the doctor? No need to keep a binder filled with test results and medical records. A new Israeli-made app puts all that on a tablet.
Israel’s NowForce application can turn a dozen or more smartphones into an emergency response fleet.
‘We want to be the content discovery application tool for social media. This is something that hasn’t been discovered yet,’ says Israeli cofounder.
Arieh Warshel and Michael Levitt are the 11th and 12th Israelis to win a prestigious Nobel Prize in the country’s 65-year history, and the fifth and sixth to win the award in chemistry.
Looking beyond the smartphone, Israel’s Altair Semiconductor readies a novel chip to power devices with embedded Internet.
Chinese billionaire puts Israeli high-tech education on his Horizons, with a commitment to the Technion’s Israel campus and a new one in Shantou.