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Prof. Illana Gozes from Tel Aviv University's Department of Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry at the Sackler Faculty of Medicine and the Sagol School of Neuroscience

Israeli research could lead to treatment for brain disorders

Tel Aviv University study reveals mechanism shared by genetic mutations linked to autism, Alzheimer's

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A passenger waits in line next to the new biometrics identification system to go through the security check in Ben Gurion airport near Tel Aviv, Israel, Jan. 5, 2010.

Israeli gov’t illegally shares facial images of millions of citizens

The practice that went on for 7 years violates the principles of Israel’s Biometrics Law

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A plant of cannabis for medicinal purposes was brought to the Knesset, Israel's Parliament in Jerusalem, on Tuesday, Nov 24, 2009, for the Labor Welfare and Health Committee

First export of Israeli medical cannabis seeds to the United States

'Israel has the ability to leave its mark on the industry and be among the world leaders'

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Bees populate new high-tech beehives, part of the Beehome project, in Israel's Kibbutz Bet Haemek in the northern Galilee, on May 14, 2022.

Robot hives in Israel kibbutz hope to keep bees buzzing

Startup Beewise aims to produce the 'first honey in the world made with artificial intelligence'

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View of the cityscape in Tel Aviv, Israel, on December 12, 2020.

Israel must invest more in R&D to sustain tech sector growth, report says

'The continued growth of the Israeli high-tech industry in the face of global competition is at risk'

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i24NEWS Correspondent Ariel Levin-Waldman speaks from the 2022 EcoMotion Week expo in Tel Aviv, Israel, on May 11, 2022.

High-tech meets cars as Israeli startups enter automotive sector

Startups are showcasing their high-tech mobility projects and bringing innovation to vehicles

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Memphis Meats chicken produced in a laboratory from chicken cells in Emeryville, California, April 11, 2019.

Israeli startup aims to make cheap, lab-grown meat a reality

'The goal is to reach price parity with farm-grown livestock,' Michrowski says

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Traffic on the Ayalon highway, in Tel Aviv, Israel, January 20, 2022.

Israel's Transport Ministry to allow driverless parking

Automatic parking has the vehicle independently locate a parking spot and maneuver into it without aid

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Israel's Health Minister Nitzan Horowitz donates blood at a Magen David Adom blood donation center in Jerusalem on October 25, 2021.

Israel opens rocket-proof, heavily fortified blood bank

'We have built something that’s a new standard in protecting blood'

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This photo taken on August 4, 2020 shows a member of the hacking group Red Hacker Alliance using his computer at their office in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province.

Israel keen to set up cyber 'Iron Dome' to curb rise in attacks

'We are trying to put the right standard on communications companies in order to protect Israel'

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A man surfs the internet in a computer lab in central Jerusalem, on November 5, 2019.

Israeli firm redefines online data storage

'We'll show you who knows what about you… what is the risk,' and how to exercise your right to be forgotten

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Traffic jams on Ayalon highway in Israel, April 8, 2021.

Israel greenlights new ‘smart’ traffic planning software

Yaakobi says that the new traffic planning system 'will save time and money for the country'

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Yaron Gilboa, TurboGen CEO, speaks to i24NEWS in Israel on April 28, 2022.

Israeli firm develops green solution to electricity blackouts

Through use of its multifuel products, TurboGen aims to cut electricity costs by 10 to 20 percent

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Israeli startup connects farmers and residents

'We want to make the consumers know where the products come from'

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Eytan Stibbe, the second Israeli astronaut to launch into space, seen during a press conference in Tel Aviv, Israel, May 5, 2021.

Israel: Astronaut's return rescheduled due to weather

Stibbe will leave the ISS Saturday evening with the other members of Axiom-1

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This photo taken on August 4, 2020 shows a member of the hacking group Red Hacker Alliance using his computer at their office in Dongguan, China's southern Guangdong province.

Israeli charged in global hacker-for-hire scheme pleads guilty

Azari's lawyer says his client admitted wrongdoing in his role in the hacking scheme

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Roy Golan, co-founder of Sofi Cooperative, speaks to i24NEWS in Jaffa, Israel, on April 17, 2022.

Israel: High-tech goes collectivist with software cooperative

'We wanted to find a workplace that will be more aligned with our personal values'

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The Cybertech Israel Conference and Exhibition in Tel Aviv, Israel, on January 31, 2017.

Israeli startup among 12 winners of BloombergNEF award

Addionics won the award for their 3D smart electrodes that improve the performance of batteries

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View of the sunset as it seen from the Dudaim landfills, in southern Israel, on January 22, 2022.

Israel: High-tech fabric brings shade and lighting to Tel Aviv

Huldai says 'Lumiweave will turn out to be a groundbreaking project'

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An ultra-Orthodox Jewish man speaks on a cellphone in Jerusalem, on January 7, 2019.

Israel: Cellphone reform to break monopoly in ultra-Orthodox community

'Kosher' phones restrict a user's access to the internet, messaging services, and social media

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A driverless bus in Seestadt Asperin in Vienna, Austria during a presentation on July 20, 2018.

Israel launches $6.25m autonomous transport pilot program

'Moving to fleets of autonomous, driverless buses will help streamline the public transportation system'

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A self-driving vehicle from Mobileye sits outside Mobileye’s autonomous vehicle workshop in Israel.

Mobileye debuts robotaxi sensing system in Jerusalem test

'True Redundancy defies industry norms with separate sensing subsystems that act as backups to one another'

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The new cable railway in the northern Israeli city of Haifa on March 8, 2022.

Israel's first public transit cable car begins operations in Haifa

Most of the passengers expected to be students

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Carbon dioxide flows through a reactor with microalgae at a department of GMB GmbH, a subsidiary of energy supplier Vattenfall, on July 22, 2010 at an experimental greenhouse in Senftenberg, Germany.

Israel: Scientists look to microalgae for green energy

'The new mutant overcomes two major barriers that have so far prevented continuous production of hydrogen'