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Yoav Leitersdorf Photo: Einat Levron Network and security systems co indeni raises $14m

Indeni CEO: Our dream is to make running network and security systems easier. After all, we all rely on them.

Omri Boral Photo: Reuven Kapuchinsky Yakhin to invest $1m in agritech startups

The Impact incubator jointly run by Yakhin and Tech for Good is aimed at promoting sustainable agriculture.

Auto-tech Photo: PR Israeli auto-tech startups proliferate

Israel has over 600 smart car and transport startups. "Globe" looks at some of the lesser known promising companies.

Lending Express Photo: PR AI business loan co Lending Express raises $2.7m

The Israeli company's technology matches businesses with the most relevant lenders and provides a fast, simple funding solution at no cost.

Storedot  photo: Eyal Yitzhar BP invests $20m in Israeli fast-battery co StoreDot

The Herzliya-based company, which hopes to have a smartphone fast-battery charger on the market in 2019 is also developing a fast battery for cars.

Konnect Photo: PR Volkswagen opens Tel Aviv innovation center

Konnect will promote the development of autonomous vehicle solutions and provide Israeli startups with access to the VW group.

Electric vehicle charging Photo: Reuters Electric vehicle charging co Chakratec raises $4m

The latest financing round will allow the Israeli company to conduct its first three pilot projects in Europe with three of Europe's leading utilities.

Nanit Photo: PR Smart baby sleep monitor co Nanit raises $14m

Nanit uses computer vision technology to help parents with their baby’s sleep development.

Cyber surveillance Photo: ASAP Shutterstock Vector Capital invests $50m in Israeli cybersecurity co KELA

Tel Aviv based KELA provides advanced cyber intelligence software and solutions to enterprises and governmental agencies around the world.

Prof. Amnon Shashua Photo: PR Tel Aviv's Ecomotion to showcase Israeli auto-tech

A senior delegation from Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi and many others are coming to next week's smart transport event  in Israel.

DNA. Photo: Shutterstock Israeli genomic analysis co Genoox raises $6m

The startup strives to make it easier for doctors, clinicians and researchers to analyze and act on genetic sequencing results by applying various clinical applications.

Marius Nacht, photo: Tamar Matsafi Credit Suisse to raise $250m for Nacht's aMoon Fund

aMoon's $500 million second fund will be Israel's largest-ever life science venture capital fund.

Quarterback Photo: PR Israeli sports engagement co Quarterback raises $2.5m

Quarterback CEO: Our platform allows the influencer to directly engage with their fans to create increased community involvement.

BrainQ Photo; PR Israeli AI neuro-disorders co BrainQ raises $8.8m

The Jerusalem-based digital therapeutics company will use the funding to further develop its non-invasive, BCI-based simulation device towards commercialization activities in various markets.

Asaf Peled Israeli sports media platform co Minute Media raises $17m

Minute Media has created a digital publishing platform that empowers sports fans to create, publish and distribute thousands of pieces of content each day around the world.

Guy Ezekiel Photo: Yoram Reshef Pitango appoints Guy Ezekiel as general partner

He joins the healthcare team alongside managing general partner Ittai Harel.

medical research image: Shutterstock Life science investment in Israel soars

The industry raised a record $1.2 billion in 2017, and employment in it is growing rapidly.

Boeing teams with Assembrix Photo: PR Boeing teams with Israeli co Assembrix on secure 3D printing

Assembrix’s software will enable Boeing to transmit additive manufacturing design information using secure distribution methods to protect data from being intercepted.

Eric Schmidt Photo: Tomer Poltine Eric Schmidt to visit Israel this week

The former Google chairperson's Innovation Endeavors is near to closing a $300 million venture capital fund.

Migraine Photo: Shutterstock Neurolief develops non-invasive migraine treatment

The Israeli company hopes that its neuro-modulation system will provide an alternative to drugs.

Brendan Mullen Photo: PR American College of Cardiology seeks startups

Leading US cardiologists have come to Israel to select 10 digital health and medical device startups for a pilot project.

Howard Edelstein Photo; Shlomi Yosef The mouse trap

Israeli company BioCatch helps international banks to prevent fraud and catch criminals by tracking keystrokes and mouse movements.

Dr. Elan Ziv Photo; PR ConTIPI Medical develops tampon-like medical devices

The company's first product treated incontinence while its latest insert is for pelvic prolapse.

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