Israeli startup BeeHero Helps beekeepers, Honeybees do better job

The honey bee is the major pollinator in nature and its impact on our lives and the food we eat is so significant that it is responsible for about a third of all the food we consume.

But in recent years, the pollination process has been hamstrung by the threat of colony collapse, killing honeybees at enormous rates, an increasingly common end to hives, sometimes by a mite infestation. Colony collapse can be detected early, from home, and can be mitigated and the hive potentially saved.

BeeHero has developed machine learning algorithms with simple, inexpensive sensors that enable hive data …

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Mossad reveals full extent of its massive coronavirus gear haul

Mossad reveals full extent of its massive coronavirus gear haul

Intelligence agency’s internal report, obtained by Ynet, counts over 80 million face masks, nearly 30 tons of disinfectants and over 10,000 ventilators, some obtained from nations that have no diplomatic ties with Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and Mossad chief Yossi Cohen (Photo GPO)

The Mossad intelligence agency obtained hundreds of millions of protective gear and thousands of medical devices as part of a concerted effort to combat coronavirus said an internal report obtained by Ynet on Tuesday.

Mossad chief Yossi Cohen, who oversaw the operation, on Tuesday was to

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Trump punishment: signs executive order on Social Media over allegations of political bias

Trump punishment: signs executive order on Social Media over allegations of political bias

Trump threatened to shut down websites he accused of stifling conservative voices. Twitter continued fact-checking posts even after the President threatens

Following a dispute with Twitter on Tuesday US President Donald Trump will sign an executive order on social media companies on Thursday. It is unclear how Trump could shutting down privately-owned companies.

Republicans feel that Social Media Platforms totally silence conservatives voices. We will strongly regulate, or close them down, before we can ever allow this to happen. We saw what they attempted to do, and

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Israeli company is printing your steaks

Israeli company is printing your steaks

Meatech is the third Israeli startups to entrant the global race to create lab-grown meat. Its first product is expected to hit restaurants as early as next year

Meatech CEO Sharon Fima (Photo Meatech)

The world is inching ever closer to making cultured meat – a lab product based on animal cells – a staple of our diets, and Israeli companies are taking the lead in the global race to the plate.

The Meatech company of Nes Tziyona has taken it one step further, creating cultured meat tissue using a 3D printer, perhaps

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Israel to Provide Protection for Institutional Investment In High-Tech Companies

Israel to Provide Protection for Institutional Investment In High-Tech Companies

The program will provide a state guarantee for equity portfolios invested in high-tech companies with advanced-stage funding.

 

Israel approved today a plan to provide state guarantee for equity invested by institutional investors in high-tech companies in late-stage funding rounds.

The program is a central element of a broader financial plan to help the business sector cope with the financial crisis amid coronavirus pandemic.

An institution that is approved for the program will be eligible for protection of 40% on its nominal investments in the high-tech industry in the event that

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Israel to restart commercial flights in mid-July, says airport chief

Israel to restart commercial flights in mid-July, says airport chief

Even after flights restart, the number of departures will be limited; In order to revive the industry, Israel outline also health measures and a pact with states that have low COVID-19 spread


Israel will resume commercial flight by mid-July at the earliest due to the global coronavirus pandemic, the chief of contry’s bigggest airport said Monday.

Ben Gurion Airport Managing Director Shmuel Zakai said even when the flights eventually restart, the number of departing planes will remain low for the forceeable future.

“Social distancing regulations at airports won’t allow us

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Hertz Files for Bankruptcy After Rental-Car Demand Vanishes

Hertz Files for Bankruptcy After Rental-Car Demand Vanishes

The car-rental and leasing company Hertz, based in Estero, Florida, filed for bankruptcy late Friday, after coronavirus pandemic stoped travel and the global economic collapse in pandemic destroyed demand for its vehicles.

The second-largest U.S car-rental-company founded in 1918, will keep operating until it devises a plan to pay creditors and turn around the business.

The company operates 10,200 corporate and franchisee locations globally.  A person familiar with the matter told Bloomberg Hertz has more than $1 billion cash on hand… [Bloomberg]

John D. Hertz, the founder, born

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