Articles in "Innovation"

Forbes Lists Three Israeli Inventions in ‘Most Important New Weapons of the Decade’

Israel continues to be a world leader and innovator in the weapons industry.  Forbes lists three Israeli inventions among "the 12 most ...

Europe’s Largest Innovation Community Opens Hub in Israel

The European Institute of Innovation and Technology (EIT) last week launched a new innovation hub in Tel Aviv to create new opportunities ...

On the Way to Green Fuels? Israeli Scientists Grow Carbon Consuming Bacteria

Israeli scientists of the Weizmann Institute of Science have developed bacteria that survives solely on carbon dioxide (CO2) from their ...

TIME Magazine Lists Israeli-Water Tech in Top 100 Inventions of 2019

An Israeli-developed machine that makes clean drinking water out of air was included in TIME Magazine’s list in 2019 of the top 100 ...

Rhode Island to Collaborate with Ben-Gurion University on Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Rhode Island Governor Gina Raimondo visited Ben-Gurion University (BGU) to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) focused on encouraging ...

Toyota Partners With Israeli OurCrowd in Search of Innovative Tech Startups

OurCrowd, a leading Israeli equity crowdfunding company, and Toyota Tsusho, the trading arm of the Japanese Toyota Group, announced on ...

Israeli Innovation Brings Farmers Market into the Digital Age

An Israeli Start-up developed a new digital platform for the online purchase of agricultural produce, cutting out the mediator and ...

WATCH: Israeli Start-Ups Showcase Innovations with Eye on Korean Market

Israeli Start-Ups convened at the Orient Hotel in Jerusalem on Wednesday to showcase their innovations, with an eye on the South Korean ...

In First, Israel Ranked 10th Most Innovative in Global Innovation Index

Israel was included in the top 10 most innovative countries in the Global Innovation Index (GII) for the first time in its ...

Israel Ranked 2nd Most Innovative Nation

Israel is the second most innovative nation on the world, ranked just after the US and ahead of South Korea, the UK's Daily Mail showed in ...