Pears Program incubates Israeli startups dedicated to doing well by doing good for people in developing nations.
You’ve heard about drip irrigation and cherry tomatoes, but there are hundreds of Israeli technologies changing the world’s farms for the better. ISRAEL21c chooses the top 12.
Seventy young leaders will meet in Caesarea, Israel, next month to brainstorm entrepreneurial ideas to better the developing world.
Israel’s Enzootic makes prawn farmers an appetizing offer: a treatment method to control and rear the crustaceans by gender.
A Tel Avivian welcomes the promise of Silentium, an Israeli solution to the noisy hum of motors and machines – and maybe snoring, she hopes.
An Israeli graduate student is working on an international project to reintroduce prawns to eat parasite-carrying snails in African waters.
Israeli company, based on military technology, makes CourtSmart to record and analyze moves in order to improve performance.
100 Israeli startups were invited to give an actual elevator pitch to international investors in Tel Aviv’s skyscraping Azrieli Center.
Israeli startup Oggii offers a $30 product that monitors your dog’s movements to measure its overall health.
An Israeli professor is poised to ramp up production of an exciting alternative to polluting jet fuels and natural gas.