Some Israeli startups prefer to set up their headquarters in New York rather than Silicon Valley. Microsoft Accelerator Israel head Navot Volk explains why.
The Israeli company has run one of the most successful ever campaigns on Kickstarter.
The Tel Aviv based company's dry eye treatment is preparing for a Phase IIa trial, having shown efficacy in an initial clinical proof of concept study.
TIGR is a highly mobile, all-weather system capable of operating in any terrain, which incorporates best-in-class day and night vision and six HD video cameras.
The new center will be located in Haifa Economic Corporation's life sciences park.
Targeted flavor delivery developer DouxMatok recently raised $8.1 million from Pitango.
Following successful trials with rabbits, the Ra'anana based company is moving toward first implantation in humans by mid-2018.
The Israel Innovation Authority's annual report includes an operational plan for doubling the proportion of high-tech employees in the workforce over the next decade.
Accelmed seeks to replicate its success formula in urology, as portfolio company Cogentix makes a third acquisition.
The startups will compete at the Globes-EY Journey Conference in Tel Aviv on October 25 with the winners competing in the US Road Show.