The Future of the Metaverse Lies in Israel

Let’s transport ourselves back to 1989, Tim Berners Lee has just written his proposals for the WorldWideWeb software and the modern world as we know will never be the same again. Fast-forward to 2022 and are we witnessing the same thing with Mark Zuckerberg’s aspirations for the Metaverse. In between this time, we have seenContinue reading “The Future of the Metaverse Lies in Israel”

Soil Health and Improved Soil Management

The current global phenomenon of increased fertilizer prices also poses a challenge to farmers across the world and emphasizes the point of re-thinking the soil management protocols. Furthermore, proper soil management and farming routines also plays an important role in climate change implications. Soils are heterogeneous and dynamic. Investing in integrated soil fertility management requiresContinue reading “Soil Health and Improved Soil Management”

Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard: Nearly 11% of Twitter Accounts Participating in Discourse are Fake

The majority inauthentic accounts were supportive of Heard Nearly 11% of all Twitter accounts participating in discourse surrounding Johnny Depp‘s defamation trial against his ex-wife, Amber Heard, are inauthentic, new research shows. The majority of those inauthentic accounts are supportive of Heard, while most authentic accounts are supportive of Depp, according to an analysis of 2,300 Twitter profiles conducted byContinue reading “Johnny Depp v. Amber Heard: Nearly 11% of Twitter Accounts Participating in Discourse are Fake”

Weizmann Institute of Science Researchers Discover a New Neuroprotective Pathway

A Weizmann Institute of Science research team has linked a new gene to ALS that contains mutations that seem to play a defensive, rather than an offensive, role in the disease. (Communicated by the Weizmann Institute of Science Spokesperson) Genetic mutations linked to a disease often spell bad news. Mutations in over 25 genes, forContinue reading “Weizmann Institute of Science Researchers Discover a New Neuroprotective Pathway”

Israel and the UAE Complete Negotiations on a Bilateral Free Trade Agreement

The completion of the negotiation is a historic event. This is the first full free trade agreement with an Arab country and is taking place so shortly after the establishment of diplomatic relations. Communicated by the Prime Minister’s Foreign Media Adviser) Israel and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) have completed negotiations on a bilateral freeContinue reading “Israel and the UAE Complete Negotiations on a Bilateral Free Trade Agreement”

The Nanodrug that Attacks the Cancer Twice

Researchers from Tel Aviv University have proved that a drug delivery system based on lipid nanoparticles can utilize RNA to overcome resistance to both chemotherapy and immunotherapy in cancer treatments. (Communicated by the Tel Aviv University Spokesperson) Researchers from Tel Aviv University proved that a drug delivery system based on lipid nanoparticles can utilize RNAContinue reading “The Nanodrug that Attacks the Cancer Twice”

First-Ever Computationally Designed Antibody, Created by Biolojic Design, Entering Human Clinical Trial In Cancer Patients

Biolojic uses its proprietary AI platform to design antibodies with new capabilities to cure disease, ushering in a new era of smart therapeutics Biolojic Tel Aviv to focus on computational design of antibodies; Boston location will focus on drug development BOSTON, April 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Biolojic Design, a unique technology company pioneering computational design of human antibodies to develop smart therapeutic solutionsContinue reading “First-Ever Computationally Designed Antibody, Created by Biolojic Design, Entering Human Clinical Trial In Cancer Patients”

Israeli, Australian researchers develop method to predict wave breaking

JERUSALEM, April 26 (Xinhua) — Israeli and Australian researchers have developed a new method to predict wave breaking probabilities, the Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) announced in a brief introduction to the new findings, which was posted on website Tuesday. The method is described in a new study conducted by researchers from the Technion andContinue reading “Israeli, Australian researchers develop method to predict wave breaking”

Israeli Agritech Firms Transforming Farming & Agribusiness

Israel has cultivated a legacy of agricultural innovation in the face of scarcity for many years. With advanced research, entrepreneurial farmers and technologists, and government support, the country has produced an Agritech sector that today numbers more than 500 globally oriented companies excelling in many different areas. Interest in technologies for agriculture will continue asContinue reading “Israeli Agritech Firms Transforming Farming & Agribusiness”

Israel a Global Climate Tech Player – Innovating Towards a Better Planet

Climate change represents an urgent and potentially irreversible threat to humanity and the planet. Although agriculture in Israel contributes less than 3% of the total national greenhouse gas emissions, it is very sensitive to climate change and its varied implications on the Agriculture eco-system. Risks include, change in the composition and layout of crops, increaseContinue reading “Israel a Global Climate Tech Player – Innovating Towards a Better Planet”