The IDF’s field hospital comprises a complex of tents offering trauma, pediatrics, OB/GYN, medical, surgical, orthopedic and intensive care. Photo by IDF Spokesperson via FLASH90

• The IDF Medical Corps field hospital is rated the world’s best by the World Health Organization (WHO), becoming the first field hospital ever to achieve WHO’s Type 3 rating for providing inpatient referral surgical care along with emergency and surgical care.

• Neurology and radiology experts at Rambam Health Care Campus in Haifa use the Exablate Neuro guided magnetic resonance system developed by Insightec to cure a woman’s essential tremor without incisions or anesthesia.

• Investors, researchers and high-tech entrepreneurs from around the world gather in Tel Aviv at CannaTech 2016, the first International Summit for Accelerating Cannabis Innovation.

• Netflix picks up “Fauda” (“Chaos”), the Israeli TV thriller focusing on an undercover counterterrorism unit of the Israeli Defense Forces. The global streaming site labels the show a Netflix Original Series, marking the first time an Israeli series earns this title. The New York Times votes “Fauda” the best international show of 2017.

• Social gaming platform Playtika is acquired by Giant Interactive for $4.4 billion.