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May 16, 2022
Podcast Episode 008: From Trading Stocks, to Investing in Academia

How does one go from Oxford University to trading stocks, a soldier in the Israel Defense Forces focusing on space and now leading a lab on the most cutting-edge deep learning machines?

April 27, 2022
This rooftop coating uses sunlight to actively cool your house

SolCold designed a four-layer material that absorbs some particles of light—then uses them to conduct a reaction that turns heat into a cooling mechanism.

April 21, 2022
TriEye, Toshiba Teli Bringing Enhanced SWIR Camera to Market

TriEye and Toshiba Teli have launched a partnership to commercialize a SWIR camera for industrial-related processes and applications.

April 14, 2022
Salignostics Raises $8M in Series A Funding to Take Its Saliva-based...

Israeli startup Salignostics, the developer and provider of rapid saliva-based tests for the early detection of pregnancy, as well as COVID-19, cardiac risk, malaria, and other diseases, has closed an $8M Series A financing round

April 10, 2022
Seevix Replicates Spider Silk to Produce High Performance Products

During years of research at the Hebrew University, biotech expert Dr. Shmulik Ittah realized it was possible to “take the genetic code of spider silk and then synthetically engineer it into a certain biological production system.” Seevix was...

April 7, 2022
Pepper, please – hold the plastic

1.3 billion tons of food are wasted each year. Sufresca’s edible coatings, based on Hebrew University research, slash waste and plastic packaging.

April 4, 2022
Podcast Episode 007: The Green Dream, A Researcher’s Pursuit for a Cleaner...

In this candid conversation Dr. Stoin immediately admits he wasn’t the best student and as a Russian immigrant, his parents had high expectations for him. But his passion for green technologies and advanced oxidation processes focusing on...

April 4, 2022
This glass is 1,000 times thinner than a strand of hair - study

Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem developed a new method to evaluate novel “flat lenses” — glass lenses that are a mere 0.001% as thick as a light strand of human hair — the university announced on Monday.

April 1, 2022
University researchers develop shape-shifting pasta

echnology transfer company Yissum announced that researchers at the Hebrew University have developed a technique to transform dried pasta sheets into traditional, bulkier pasta shapes when placed in boiling water. 

March 28, 2022
Is cell-based milk our environmentally friendly alternative to breastfeeding?

Wilk develops technologies for producing cell-based milk secreted from mammary epithelial cells, which are found in the mammary glands of both humans and animals. 

March 23, 2022
Alt-milk revolution: Molecular farmed dairy nets US$2.4M, Israeli cell-based...

Meanwhile, Israel-based Wilk – a developer of cell-based human and animal milk, and milk components – has joined Cellular Agriculture Europe, a coalition of companies committed to building a more resilient and sustainable food chain.

March 21, 2022
Podcast Episode 006: The Art of Science

Prof. Mandler’s research spans from forensic science to nanotechnology, physical electrochemistry to films and polymers, sol-gel technology to coatings for medical implants.