Category: Environment/Energy

Agritech company combines sensors and big data to ‘break ground’ worldwide

admin | Environment/Energy, | October 21, 2018

Source: NoCamels Innnovation News As a country made up of more than 60 percent desert and with little annual rainfall, Israel has over the years defied expectations to become a leader in water and precision agriculture tech,…

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Genes from the Dead Sea produce more drought-tolerant crops

admin | Environment/Energy, | October 21, 2018

By Brian Blum The Plantarcbio team at its experimental greenhouse. The biblical Joseph foresaw in a dream a seven-year drought and subsequently guided Egypt’s rulers to set aside enough stores of wheat to survive it.…

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Flow reversal technology wins most valuable prize

admin | Environment/Energy, | August 20, 2018

Source: Ben Gurion University of the Negev Rotec Ltd. was awarded the Most Valuable Technology award at the TechExchange forum of the 2018 Singapore International Water Week for the successful development and implementation of the…

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New laser solution to slow spread of forest fires

admin | Environment/Energy, | August 20, 2018

By Abigail Klein Leichman Fighting Treetop Fire is developing a system of removing combustible foliage with algorithm-controlled laser beams controlled via helicopter or truck. A forest fire nearing the treetops of Neve Ilan, outside of…

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Could jellyfish rid the waters of plastic waste?

admin | Environment/Energy, | August 20, 2018

Source: NoCamels Beachgoers in Israel must often contend with two nuisances in the long summer months: jellyfish and garbage. Jellyfish usually swarm the waters to terrorize bathers beginning in July (and sometimes even in June)…

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Middle East’s largest natural history museum is in Israel

admin | Environment/Energy, | August 20, 2018

By Rebecca Stadlen Amir The Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv Upon entering the new natural history museum in Tel Aviv, visitors are greeted by a vivid re-enactment of the great avian migrations…

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Israel makes history and saves the world

admin | Environment/Energy, | June 25, 2018

By Leah Rosenberg Israel has given to the world in many ways. One Israeli contribution is showing the world how to make desert land flourish! Desertification Desertification is a global environmental problem where already dry land…

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Slash telecom costs with fuel cell energy

admin | Environment/Energy, | June 25, 2018

By Shoshanna Solomon GenCell’s new product lowers costs for telecom operators, saving them up to $250 million across 1,000 towers in rural areas, over a 10-year period compared to diesel generators Israel’s GenCell Energy says it has…

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The USA uses Israeli water technology – shouldn’t South Africa?

admin | Environment/Energy, | May 7, 2018

Source: The No Camels News Team The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced that it has signed a cooperative R&D agreement with Israeli company Water-Gen, a startup that developed technology captures humidity to make drinking…

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ISRAEL: Feeding the hungry, curing the sick

admin | Environment/Energy, | March 9, 2018

By Abigail Klein Leichman In the beginning, there was Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle. Eight and a half years after Dan Senor and Saul Singer’s bestseller shed light on Israel’s implausibly successful…

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