‘Jerusalem is a city where people did not have a network culture, and suddenly things are happening,’ says one local entrepreneurial activist.
Israeli research shows that most newly hatched fish are destined to die because of a physics-related inability to feed from their environment.
Mobileye’s ingenious collision-avoidance technology could prevent accidents on the world’s roads.
HopOn smart mobile payment and ticketing platform for public transport takes the simplification of ticketing to a new level.
Whether it’s virtual fitting rooms or social shopping games, Israeli experts are creating a whole new garment from fashion and technology.
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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