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No Camels Israeli Innovation Weekly News

Israel’s Linoy Ashram performs with the ribbon at the 2018 Rhythmic Gymnastics World Championships in Sofia, Bulgaria. Deposit Photos

No Camels Israeli Innovation Weekly News


Israel Is Sending Its Biggest Delegation Yet To The 2020 Summer Olympics In Tokyo

With at least 85 athletes competing in 18 different sports, it is definitely the largest group Israel will be seeing off at the upcoming Olympics, said Vered Buskilla, a three-time Olympic sailor who is now vice president of the Olympic Committee of Israel.

“If we can have the best army in the world and the best high-tech in the world, why can’t we have the best athletes?” she asked.

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Israel In Numbers: Snapshot Of A (Largely) Happy, Healthy, Educated Nation

Israel’s museums attract 7.1 million visitors per year, 88.9 percent of Israelis are satisfied with their lives, and the average monthly wage in high-tech is on the rise.

These and other fascinating facts about this country were recently released as part of an annual report by the Central Bureau of Statistics (CBS) looking at things like the economy, education, transportation, and population growth.

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Israeli Startup Mmuze Is Bringing The In-Store Shopping Experience Online With Voice Tech

The Israeli startup brings the advantages of an in-store representative to online retailers, using artificial intelligence and NLU (Natural Language Understanding) for a conversational, virtual shopping assistant

The technology has been available since 2018 and Mmuze says it works with a number of fashion and beauty retailers including Clinique, Estee Lauder, US Polo, ASOS, and Perry Ellis to name a few.

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Israeli, British Scientists Say Simple Blood Test Could Provide For Better Lung Cancer Screening

In a new study, a team of Israeli and British scientists charged that a simple blood test that relies on a “DNA repair score” has been proven effective for lung cancer screening.

The discovery could potentially contribute to personalized therapy, by helping doctors predict how individual lung cancer patients will respond to immunotherapy,” the researchers said.

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Gal Gadot To Produce, Star In WWII Film About Polish Woman Who Saved Jewish Kids From Nazis

Yeshiva University’s Innovation Lab Launches 2nd Cohort With 11 Israeli Startups

US’ Stifel Financial Forms Strategic Partnership With Israel-based OurCrowd

ESPN Partners With Israel’s Pixellot To Broadcast College Sports In Northeastern U

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