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Uri Geiger Accelmed seeks $400m for new medical devices fund

Accelmed's fourth fund will work according to its established model of grafting new technologies onto stagnating companies, but will also invest in growth companies.

Ziv Tirosh, Uri Levine Travel-tech co Refundit raises $10m

Refundit enables travelers to claim VAT refunds via an app instead of queuing at airports.

Soccer Israeli sports analytics co Track160 raises $5m

Track160 has developed a fully automated tracking solution for soccer teams.

Pcysys founders and management Israeli cybersecurity co Pcysys raises $10m

The cybersecurity risk validation company has developed a platform for automated penetration testing.

Jonathan Amir, Dr. Kira Radinsky, Prof. Moshe Shoham / Photo: PR Digital health co Diagnostic Robotics raises $24m

The Israeli company deals with load management at hospitals and aims to shorten waiting times.

Yotam Nisemblat Israeli co ProteKt Therapeutics raises $3.6m

The Ness Ziona-based company is developing new PKR kinase inhibitor-based therapies for neurodegenerative diseases including Alzheimer’s disease.

Daniel Schreiber and Shai Wininger Lossmaking Lemonade postpones IPO - report

Like other Softbank portfolio companies WeWork and Uber, Israeli insurtech startup Lemonade has high revenue, but it is still losing money.

High-tech Photo: Shutterstock AI vision co Eyesight wins $15m US vehicle OEM deal

The Israeli company's DriverSense system will be integrated into two new car models with the start of production scheduled for 2021.

dollars  picture: Thinkstock Angular Ventures closes $41m Israel, Europe seed fund

The fund was founded in May 2018 and has already invested in 12 startups in Israel and Europe.

Shimon Eckhouse Israel dermal filler co Hallura raises $7m

The Yokneam-based company has developed a novel crosslinking technology answering the growing demand for natural and soft non-invasive aesthetic treatments.

Moshe Hogeg Photo: Yonatan Bloom Moshe Hogeg in $2-6m token sale for BlockTV venture

BlockTV's digital coins will be offered on the Bittrex Global cryptocurrency exchange.

Eyal Fisher and Avi Naor Preciate applies facial ID to revolutionize retailing

The Israeli startup enables store assistants to know customers preferences from their online purchases.

Toot Shani and Philippe Bouaziz French boost for Israeli cybersecurity startups

Philippe Bouaziz's 365x is a startup accelerator with a French touch.

Successful exit panel / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes "It's easier to sell a startup than form a coalition"

Guy Rinat, who founded and sold Demisto to Palo Alto Networks for $560 million told the EY Israel "Globes" Journey Conference what makes a successful exit.

Stephen Harper Former Canadian PM promotes Israel investments

Stephen Harper is president of the Awz venture capital fund advisory committee. The fund specializes in investments in Israeli security and intelligence startups.

Tech transfer Tech transfer is about more than revenue

The commercialization companies of Israel's universities take the Central Bureau of Statistics to task for measuring their success in terms of money.

Tamir Bechor / Photo: Eyal Izhar, Globes Building a security concept for Volkswagen cars

Former top Israeli security operative Tamir Bechor talks about car cybersecurity company Cymotive, which he founded with two other former security service colleagues.

Benjamin Netanyahu in Mobileye car  / Photo: Reuters Abir Sultan, Reuters Auto-tech startups adjust to delays in autonomous cars

Despite the slower progress towards self-driving cars, Hailo and Cortica are Israel's frontrunners for a major exit or IPO, or to become unicorns.

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.

Zohar Zisapel  / Photo: Jonathan Bloom , Globes Zohar Zisapel moving from auto-tech to AI investments

40 years after founding RAD with his brother, Zisapel is still putting his heart into technology investments.

Porsche Germans flock to Israel seeking technology

According to IVC, deals with German involvment accounted for 30% of the number of European deals in the Israeli ecosystem in the first half of 2019.

Unicorn / Photo: Shutterstock Why are we seeing so many unicorns?

Tech companies are staying private for much longer than they used to, reaching huge valuations. Why? Follow the money.

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.

Team8 Photo: Team8 / Photo:  Team8 Team8: A unique model, but will it work?

Instead of investing in startups that come with an idea, Team8 identifies technological solutions that are needed and finds teams to develop them.

High-tech Photo: Shutterstock Increasing high-tech work force harder than it sounds

9% of private sector employees in high tech produce 40% of Israel's exports but raising the proportion is not easy.

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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