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Digital health Photo: Shutterstock Ibex Medical Analytics raises $11m

Based in Tel Aviv, the company is pioneering developer of AI-driven computational pathology cancer diagnosis system.

Yossi Gross and Ariel Gordon Photo: Inbal Marmari "You're an entrepreneur, if ALS has no cure, find one"

Ariel Gordon and Yossi Gross founded NeuroSense Therapeutics in response to family tragedies when ALS struck.

Teva SLE logistics center  photo: PR Teva launches generic iron overload treatment

The EXJADE (deferasirox) tablets are for the treatment of chronic iron overload due to blood transfusions in patients two years of age and older.

Sheba, Tel Hashomer Hospital Photo: Tamar Matsafi "Newsweek" ranks Israeli hospital in world's top ten

In ranking Sheba Medical Center tenth, "Newsweek" says it is a leader in medical science and biotechnical innovation.

Teva Photo: Reuters Ammar Awad Teva sells 2 Jerusalem properties for NIS 278m

The Israeli pharmaceutical company is closing its tablets factory and inhalers factories on the properties this year.

Ehud Marom Photo: PR Copaxone rival Mapi Pharma to build Jerusalem plant

The company has received a NIS 9 million grant from the Israel Innovation Authority and total investment in the new plant will be NIS 46 million.

Alex Goldin and earphones Photo; Youtube Alango: Handsfree car phones to hearing aids

Alango Technologies develops special earphones that compete with the leading products in the hard of hearing market and in difficult hearing conditions.

Michel Pettigrew Photo: PR Ferring looks to Israel for innovative biotech

The Swiss drug development company's US chairman Michel Pettigrew tells "Globes" what Ferring is scouting for.

Dr. Yechiel Engelhard Photo: Oren Tessler Teva's digital inhaler brings relief for asthma sufferers

Dr. Yechiel Engelhard, who sold his startup to Teva, and was put in charge of digital inhalers, tells "Globes" about the value of his products.

Cannabis  photo: Nir Elias, Reuters "Israel losing unique cannabis know-how"

Patent attorney Dr. Ronnie Benshafrut says Israel companies are conceding their advantages too easily.

Avram Hershko  photo: Vincent Ma "Do what's important, not what's fashionable"

Israeli Nobel laureate in chemistry Avram Hershko talks forthrightly about peace, democracy, academic independence, and how to do science.

Dan Weinthal and Dr. Yoel Shiboleth Photo: Haim Varsano TargetGene develops more precise gene editing

The Israeli company's solution takes the new CRISPR gene-cutting technology one better.

Ori Hadomi Photo: Eyal Izhar "Raising the price increased demand for our device"

Mazor Robotics CEO Ori Hadomi tells the 17-year story that led to the robotic surgery company's $1.64 billion exit.

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