Month: January 2019

More on how Israel is accelerating global cyber-security innovation

admin | Cyber/Security, | January 29, 2019

Source: Cyber Start-up Observatory Last year, Tom Bossert, former White House homeland security and counterterrorism adviser, disclosed the new partnership to combat cyber-attacks during remarks at an annual cyber-security conference in Tel Aviv. “These high-level…

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How Israel is accelerating cyber security innovation

admin | Cyber/Security, | January 29, 2019

By: Aharon Aharon Threats in the cyber sphere not only pose significant homeland security risks, but the growing connectivity of physical infrastructure and the online sphere – from connected homes to sensitive business data to…

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At the forefront of Israeli cyber innovation

admin | Uncategorized, | January 29, 2019

Source: Forbes Magazine Zohar Rozenberg (Col. Ret.) is VP, Cyber Investments at Elron Electronic Industries. Zohar serves , as board member of several companies and a member at R.D.C , Rafael Advanced Defence Systems’ commercialization arm, in…

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“We can build robots to wipe out cyber-crime completely”

admin | Uncategorized, | January 29, 2019

By: Yonah Jeremy Bob, Jerusalem Post     A man holds a laptop computer as cyber code is projected on him. Robots can be built and trained to outpace and wipe out most of the ability…

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Home device for cool water – from the air – on tap

admin | Environment/Energy, | January 29, 2019

Source: NoCamels Israeli company Watergen (also Water-gen), known for developing patented technology that turns air into drinking water, is launching an at-home appliance that it says will drastically change the water consumption industry. The device, dubbed…

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A Bluetooth sensor that harvests energy from radio waves

admin | Uncategorized, | January 29, 2019

Source:  CTech Amazon Web Services (AWS), Samsung Ventures, and Avery Dennison participated in a $30 million series B funding round by Wiliot Ltd., a semiconductor startup headquartered in Israel and San Diego, the latter recently…

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Could this be the definitive cure for cancer? Israeli scientists believe it could

admin | Medical, | January 29, 2019

By Maayan Jaffe-Hoffman (Jerusalem Post)  Dr. Ilan Moran. (photo credit: Courtesy) A small team of Israeli scientists think they might have found the first complete cure for cancer. “We believe we will offer in a…

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Yet another cancer breakthrough

admin | Medical, | January 29, 2019

Source: The Jewish Press   Medical research (illustrative)  Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University have discovered that white blood cells which are responsible for chronic asthma and modern allergies may be used to eliminate malignant…

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Advanced technology produces herb seedlings

admin | Agriculture, | January 29, 2019

Source: IsraelAgri An interview with Doron Naveh, Afula Nursery Manager, and Eyal Kleinberger, Herbs & Perennials Product Manager at Hishtil Culinary experts worldwide have already become accustomed to using fresh herbs, and in recent years…

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Automated functional packaging for fresh produce

admin | Agriculture, | January 29, 2019

Source: IsraelAgri Growing demand for functional packaging of fresh produce that is suited for automation has prompted StePac L.A. Ltd. to tailor its branded range of Xtend® Modified Atmosphere/Modified Humidity (MA/MH) packaging solutions to be compatible…

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