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.
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.
‘This is a pattern that’s repeated itself in the last three wars,’ says OurCrowd’s Jon Medved. ‘Israelis are pretty resilient.’
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If you think animation studios are exclusive to Hollywood and Japan, think again. Israelis are in high demand for global collaborations.
A Belgian-Israeli Jew and a Dutch Muslim developed Israel Under Attack, a new computer tool for mapping rocket trajectories from Gaza.
Israeli-made Moodies, named best iPhone app of 2014, extracts a person’s full set of emotions and character traits as they speak.
Israel’s anti-missile defense system has a 90 percent success rate. Betcha didn’t know there are toy car parts behind its features.
The $900 million Viber purchase by a Japanese company sparked increased interest in Israeli products, though some have been selling there for years.