New Technology Innovation Momentum Fund at Tel Aviv University’s Ramot technology transfer company gets $5 million kick-start.
Israel’s Omek makes its gesture recognition and tracking tech so sophisticated that it follows motion down to the joints of each finger.
Why wait until leaving university to start a business? Campus accelerators give students a risk-free base from which to research and launch ideas.
A new fast, environmentally friendly and convenient solution for those last few miles between the commuter bus, car park or train to the office and home.
Personalized medicine, agriculture, mobile programming: ISRAEL21c looks at some of the advances coming out of IBM’s Haifa facility lately.
Caesarstone was the first company to use a high-tech process to turn quartz into a brand-new surfacing product. Now the kibbutz company leads the market worldwide.
Janvest managing partner: ‘We operate in a gap in the investment market that allows us to get larger chunks of more mature and more interesting companies.’
The newest pin on the Google-Israel map aims to contribute toward future Israeli tech innovation.
A decade after death of Ilan Ramon, Israel is ready to train a new astronaut.