It’s getting hotter and dryer. Here is what Israeli tech is doing about it

On June 17, we celebrated World Day to Combat Desertification and Drought. Check out some Israeli tech that is making a difference in the field Israel has always been a hotspot in regards both to its hot climate and its technological advancements. Israel is overwhelmingly unique to its surrounding neighbours as it has its nativeContinue reading “It’s getting hotter and dryer. Here is what Israeli tech is doing about it”

Gal Gadot’s GOODLES Mac and Cheese Launches First Dairy-Free Flavor

GOODLES, a healthier mac and cheese brand co-created by Israeli actress and model Gal Gadot, is releasing its first plant-based flavor, Vegan is Believin’. Available online starting June 28, the new product features a lineup of 21 plant-based nutrients extracted from ingredients like chickpeas, mushrooms and kale, reports VegNews.  Flavor and nutrition Gadot co-launched GOODLES in 2021Continue reading “Gal Gadot’s GOODLES Mac and Cheese Launches First Dairy-Free Flavor”

Australia’s Iggy Azalea at the Tel Aviv Pride Parade

‘BDS? What’s that?’ – Iggy Azalea during her first trip to Israel Australian rapper Iggy Azalea performed at the Tel Aviv Gay Pride Festival on Friday. While she was there, she told N12 that she “was surprised to receive the call to come and perform.” The Tourism Ministry initially announced on Tuesday that Azalea would be performingContinue reading “Australia’s Iggy Azalea at the Tel Aviv Pride Parade”

Were you hit too? Experts Warn Queen’s Birthday Weekend Could See Cyber Crime Spike

10 June 2022 Check Point researchers say cyber criminals are known to strike during long weekends and holidays, warning Aussie companies to be extra vigilant in the run up to the Queen’s Birthday weekend. As Australia gears up to enjoy the three-day Queen’s Birthday weekend, Check Point Software Technologies Ltd issues a stark warning aboutContinue reading “Were you hit too? Experts Warn Queen’s Birthday Weekend Could See Cyber Crime Spike”

Quantum National Plans: Australia & Israel

Event description The Entrepreneurship and Innovation Ecosystems team invites you to attend an exclusive virtual Fireside Chat with Dr. Tal David and Professor Michael J. Biercuk on the future of quantum technology on Wednesday 15th June, at 4:00pm AEDT. Dr. David is Co-Founder and CEO of Quantum Art, and formerly he was the Head of the IsraelContinue reading “Quantum National Plans: Australia & Israel”

Scorli | Portable Digital Scoreboard

Scorli LTD. is a global company based in Israel focusing on designing, developing and manufacturing state-of-the-art products for sport and recreation. Scorli’s flagship product is a portable, wireless scoreboard that can display score results during games by using a smartphone with the Scorli app. The Scorli app can handle a variety of games including teamContinue reading “Scorli | Portable Digital Scoreboard”

Elbit Systems of Australia’s Centre of Excellence, RMIT partner to protect Australians from natural disaster

The pair have teamed up to deliver uncrewed technologies that protect lives during natural disasters and emergency scenarios. Announced at the Elbit Systems of Australia (ELSA) Centre of Excellence open day in Melbourne on the 6th of June, the two-year partnership will see the pair carry out two joint research projects on the use of dronesContinue reading “Elbit Systems of Australia’s Centre of Excellence, RMIT partner to protect Australians from natural disaster”

NY State is Giving Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly

A new way to address the West’s ‘loneliness epidemic’ The state of New York will distribute robot companions to the homes of more than 800 older adults. The robots are not able to help with physical tasks, but function as more proactive versions of digital assistants like Siri or Alexa — engaging users in smallContinue reading “NY State is Giving Out Hundreds of Robots as Companions for the Elderly”

Sheba Medical Center Signs Agreement With Australian Cancer Center

Israel’s Sheba Medical Center at Tel HaShomer and Australia’s Peter MacCallum Cancer Center announced on Monday that the two have signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) agreement that will “foster new international research collaborations and opportunities for staff development.” The MOU provides a framework for Peter MacCallum and Sheba Medical Center to jointly develop commercialization opportunities, anContinue reading “Sheba Medical Center Signs Agreement With Australian Cancer Center”