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Allenby Street Photo: Cadya Levy Tel Aviv's Allenby Street set for revival

Once the city's most important thoroughfare, Allenby Street is being given a facelift, to restore its past glory.

Plant-based salmon Photo: Asaf Karela Israeli startups tackle fish alternatives

With fish reserves depleted in the oceans, "Globes" focuses on five Israeli startups developing cultured and plant-based fish.

Sonovia mask Photo: Company website Unmasking Sonovia's green textiles revolution

In the Covid pandemic, Israeli company Sonovia has become known for its superior facemasks, but its technology and ambitions go far beyond that.

Akko deserves to be a major tourist attraction

The ancient port city requires major investment if it wants to attract Israeli and foreign tourists.

Israel Navy submarine  credit: IDF spekesperson Is a wind of change blowing from Berlin to Jerusalem?

The terms of the latest submarines deal appear to indicate a weaker commitment to Israel's security by the new German government.

Tel Aviv apartments Photo: Shutterstock Phaustov Buyers beware in Israel's booming housing market

What the British call 'gazumping' has become more prevalent as sellers seek the best possible price for their homes.

Development at Quris  credit: Quris Drug discovery on a chip - and no mice

Dr. Isaac Bentwich reveals Quris, which aims to save pharmaceutical companies hundreds of millions of dollars and years of development.

Mobileye CEO Amnon Shashua in an autonomous vehicle on the road to Jerusalem  credit: PR Mobileye woos investors at CES

Despite declaring that it was dealing purely with technology and not its planned $50 billion flotation, Mobileye was clearly running a roadshow.

Lemonade IPO  credit: Company Facebook page What happened to the insurtech revolution?

High-tech companies like Israel-based Lemonade stormed Wall Street promising to reinvent the staid insurance industry, but their plummeting share prices tell a tale of disappointment.

Eyal Harel  credit: Eyal Izhar "Our upcoming laser system will change the Gaza front"

In a first interview, IDF head of planning Brigadier General Eyal Harel explains what Israel's future army will look like.

Rafael exhibition stand  credit: Rafael Israel's defense brain drain

State-owned defense companies IAI and Rafael are losing out to the likes of Intel and Apple in the struggle to retain top technology talent.

Tomer Aizen  credit: Libi Katan Nao Lab food can help save the planet

Climate change is putting traditional farming under increasing pressure. Technology can provide a better way of feeding ourselves, says Wilk CEO Tomer Aizen.

Ben Yehuda Street Photo: Shutterstock Downtown Jerusalem can prosper again

Better management of business and economic development by the Jerusalem Municipality can revive the fortunes of Jerusalem's city center.

Google Cloud services Photo: Shutterstock Siemplify could help Google enlarge cloud market share

Google has bought the Israeli company to improve its cybersecurity analytics platform Chronicle, and attract big new customers in the fast growing cloud market.

Queue for Covid testing at Ispro Center, Modi'in  credit:  Nevo Trabelsy Is Omicron the beginning of the end?

The latest Covid variant could be what the world has been waiting for, but epidemiologists who spoke to "Globes" aren't so sanguine.

venture capital  image: Shutterstock R&D partnerships point the way ahead for VC

As Sequoia Capital has acknowledged, the traditional VC model no longer serves companies' best interests. Tel Aviv may have one solution.

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