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Nasdaq Photo: Reuters Venus Concept to list on Nasdaq after merger

The Israeli-Canadian medical aesthetics company markets to over 60 countries, with direct marketing in 29 of them.

Boaz Noy and Tzafra Cohen / Photo: Cadya Levi The super yeasts producing protein and fuel

Israeli company NextFerm has unique technology for turning natural yeasts into industrial power players.

NovoCure Photo: Nasdaq Market cap of Israel-founded Novocure exceeds $9b

The company's electrical stimulation treatment for brain cancer can extend patients' lives by years.

Wix Photo: Baz Ratner Reuters Wix market cap overtakes Teva

Although Teva's share price rose 4.06% on Wall Street on Friday, the Israeli pharmaceutical company's market cap still finished the week below the fast-growing DIY website company.

Rani Lifschitz Merchavia completes investment in cannabis co Veoli

Veoli is developing a unique inhaler that enables patients to consume cannabis oil in an accurate dosage.

Warren Buffett Photo: ASAP Creative Warren Buffett's huge losses on Teva mount

Berkshire Hathaway has kept its 4% stake in the Israeli pharmaceutical company, costing it hundreds of millions of dollars 'on paper.'

Teva US Congress heaps more misery on Teva

Teva fell over 10% on a bearish Wall Street after Congress members accused it of obstructing a price-fixing probe and Moody's revised its outlook to negative.

Teva Photo: Sivan Faraj Teva plunges again as Moody's revises outlook to negative

Moody's is concerned about Teva's debt and refinancing needs, Copaxone sales erosion, weak uptake of new drugs, and litigation risks.

El Al Boeing 787 Dreamliner  photo: PR El Al flight attendant dies of measles

The woman who died contracted the disease during an El Al flight from New York to Tel Aviv in March.

Benny Landa  photo: Eyal Izhar Landa: I see Teva being broken up

Benny Landa, who sold off his Teva holding two years ago, traces the company's troubles to the "idiotic" firing of CEO Jeremy Levin.

dental care FDA approves Nobio's anti-bacterial dental filling

Nobio CEO Yoram Ashery: Dental fillings are just the start for our technology, which can be applied to eradication of microbes in any field.

Medicine Medical device co InMode raises $70m in Nasdaq IPO

The Israeli company develops light, laser, and radiofrequency-based devices for minimally invasive aesthetic and medical treatments.

Yaron Gisin and Amit Sade Growing concerns

After Ori Yehudai's about face at cannabis company Sade, Amit Sade talks about what happened, and what makes his company different.

No shade in Dizengoff square Planners to start putting Israel into the shade

Shady places are about as rare as parking places in Israel's cities, but municipalities are finally addressing the matter.

Prof. Gregor Reid Good bacteria, bad products

Microbiome pioneer Prof. Gregor Reid sees vast potential in probiotics for our helath but dismisses 90% of the products sold on the market as useless.

antibacterial fabric Sheets that combat bugs, clothes that stay soft

Sonovia is applying technology from Bar-Ilan University to make hospitals safer, and the fashion industry greener.

Elah Alkalay, Narkis Tessler and Barak Landes / Photo: Ravit Levran "Cannabis may affect women differently from men"

Nextar CEO Orna Dreazen told the Women's Health Innovations and Inventions Congress in Tel Aviv that more needs to be known about the impact of cannabis on women.

Eyal and Giora Davidovits  photo: PR A blood test that detects cancer early

Israeli company Savicell's product doesn't look for cancer cells, but for tell-tale immune system reactions.

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