Even the sky is not the limit

The success story of the "Genesis" spacecraft, which began with a dream of three young entrepreneurs and ended with an entire nation following every maneuver all the way to the moon - demonstrates that in the start-up nation all it takes to make a dream come true is prowess and determination. Everything else already exists here in abundance

Professor Isaac Ben Israel

Prestigious Blavatnik Awards for Young Scientists in Israel Announces its 2021 Laureates

Three young scientists from leading research institutions in Israel will each be awarded US$100,000 for their groundbreaking scientific research.

Forbes Staff

Mastercard europe and ENEL X invite startups in Israel to apply to FinSec innovation lab

FinSec Innovation Lab, launched by Mastercard Europe and Enel X in partnership with the with Israel Innovation Authority, Israel National Cyber Directorate, Israrl Ministry of Finance, and the Financial CERT, offers startups the opportunity to test and develop fintech and cybersecurity solutions with the support of the Lab’s environment and infrastructure.

Forbes Staff

Via and Sompo will assist Japanese cities in combating car accidents

Japanese insurance giant and the world's leading technological provider of digital infrastructures for operating public transport systems, have launched a new transport service which aims to decrease car accidents involving the elderly and to reduce traffic congestion

Forbes Staff

“Israeli startups know how to work very well in times of crisis”

While Corona marked the end of the road for many startups, others owe it a lot. This is how two Israeli startups succeeded at harnessing the situation to their advantage

Yair Yelin and Shlomi Azulai

Forbes 10 Under $30M

The Most Promising Young Israeli Startups in New York

Rami Yushuvaev

The Agriculture Cloud

Osnat Michaeli, Erez Galonska and his brother Guy developed a hydroponic system for growing vegetables and herbs • Today their farms, controlled remotely via the cloud, are distributed among hundreds of supermarkets across Europe

Roni Kerzner

A Major Medical Breakthrough

Tel Aviv University researchers have printed the world’s first 3D engineered heart Using Patient’s Own Cells and Materials * Their findings will be published today, April 15th 2019, in a study in Advanced Science

Forbes Staff

You have a problem

When Elad Walach, Michael Braginsky and Guy Reiner founded Aidoc, they set out to solve one of the biggest problems of the healthcare system - the great burden on radiologists, who are forced to quickly interpret a growing number of imaging tests • their product is able to scan images and, via artificial intelligence, alert medical professionals to serious problems that require immediate intervention • “Radiologists are very good at what they do - but we can assist that ability”

Yuval Hirshorn