Israeli company develops fast method for testing food for dangerous bacteria; A new app synchronizes a user’s music playlists with their friend’s favorites, allowing for the instant sharing of music; Israel’s Foresight develops system that constructs and analyzes a 3D image in order to foresee possible road collisions, and much more.
Israeli startup SuperMeat is developing a method for bio-engineering “cultured meat” from animal cells; Nine Israeli companies are making major contributions to agriculture through their innovative technology, and much more.
Recently, the BBC erased the name of Israel, Jews and Israeli companies from a program discussing the use of genetics to improve the drought resistance of wheat. So I decided to unmask some of Israel’s global activities that benefit the world.
Israel’s Controp has teamed up with USA’s Pharovision to develop detection systems designed to warn of potential collisions between airplanes and either airborne birds or foreign object debris on the ground, and Bill gates says, “Israeli technology is improving the world.”
“Israel has developed its technologies and developed its agriculture, industry, and military, becoming an advanced and respected country, while we currently occupy the bottom slot in every field,” Ahmad Al-Sarraf concedes.
“It is hard to overstate the importance of economic and technological ties between Israel and China, ties which also help tighten diplomatic relations between the two countries,” stated Minister Yuval Steinitz.
History was made at Rambam Hospital in Haifa when an Israeli patient diagnosed with essential tremor, a constant shaking of the body, underwent noninvasive brain surgery from which he was able to simply walk away healed.
Collaborating in a new start-up, Israeli Arab and Jewish and security experts, using the latest technology, together have created the Smart Home app, enabling residents to monitor their homes from afar.