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Israeli startup MobileODT, founded in 2012, is hoping its mobile digital technologies and screening solutions can create a difference by making pap smears and colposcopies more comfortable and accessible, and thus save more lives.
MobileODT is one of more than 200 Israeli startups currently breaking new ground in Femtech – a sub-sector and buzzword in today’s health-tech arena that refers to technology and apps specifically aimed at women’s health and well-being.
Building An Israel-US ‘Superhighway’: Q&A With Dr. Maria Blekher, Founder Of Yeshiva University’s Innovation Lab
As the director of the lab, Dr. Blekher’s focus is on scouting innovative Israeli startups.
“The combination of understanding the Israeli business environment and the Israeli tech scene and my marketing background is kind of a unique edge that brings value to startups who want to enter the US market,” she tells NoCamels.
Over a thousand participants gathered in Tel Aviv this week for the second annual Digital.Health.Now conference focused on showcasing advanced Israeli innovations in telemedicine, digital healthcare, and general wellness aided by technology.
The event brought together over 60 healthcare organizations and 350 technology companies and startups from Israel and around the world, as well as a number of multinationals scouting for collaborations including Microsoft, IBM, and Amazon Web Services (AWS).
Twine is taking a major step to revolutionize the textile dyeing process with new technology that is environmentally friendly and cost-effective.
Based in Petah Tikvah, the company has come up with a way to dye thread using new technology that will not give off CO2 (carbon dioxide) emissions or produce wastewater.