The bread wheat genome, that was deciphered by Israel’s NRGene, has now been made available to researchers; Israeli DIY website development company Wix.com is to market a new platform that uses Artificial Intelligence, 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.
Israeli startup Morf has sent the fashion world into a spin with its patented shirt that can be worn up to 24 different ways, and a satellite to Jupiter will carry an Israeli-developed atomic clock technology-based device to detect any signals of life.
Danit Peleg used a home 3D printer to produce clothing for her final project at Israel’s Shenkar College, and Israel’s NRGene mapped out the genome of wild Emmer wheat that may just help reduce global hunger.