P-Cure CEO: "Completion of the financing round will enable us to make the smart medical solution we have developed accessible to any oncological center that offers radiotherapy.
The Israeli company has developed the CAPTIS device for reducing the risk of stroke and other complications during catheter-based structural heart procedures.
The volume and extent of the closure was not disclosed, but is probably similar to IBF's first fund, which raised $70 million.
Sonovia is applying technology from Bar-Ilan University to make hospitals safer, and the fashion industry greener.
Facebook COO Sheryl Sandberg will visit Israel next month and open Facebook's new space for startups and businesses, reports "Yediot Ahronot."
Lendbuzz aims to disrupt the existing car financing market using machine learning algorithms.
Inmode had sales of $100 million last year of its aesthetic and medical treatment devices, and is profitable.
IBI invested $2 million in sales process automation company RightBound and $500,000 in AI company Xperiti.
enSilo's information protection platform safeguards end user stations and stops malicious attacks in real time.
The fund will invest several million dollars in 10 startups at the seed stage and larger amounts in subsequent financing rounds.
The Israeli company is reshaping smart cities with a low-cost, swift to deploy communications grid based on LED street lighting.
The Herzliya-based company has produced a software development kit for mobile apps.
The Herzliya-based company, which provides scalable, enterprise file storage for the cloud, has raised $75 million to date.
The fund includes commitments from 12 companies in the automotive and transportation sectors.
Microsoft chairman John Thompson is among three new investors in the Israeli networking software company.
The companies are California-based CNEX Labs and Pliops of Ramat Gan.
Israel will be part of a €100 million pilot program within the European Innovation Council's Horizon 2020 framework.
Instead of investing in startups that come with an idea, Team8 identifies technological solutions that are needed and finds teams to develop them.
9% of private sector employees in high tech produce 40% of Israel's exports but raising the proportion is not easy.
Israeli company Savicell's product doesn't look for cancer cells, but for tell-tale immune system reactions.
In Tel Aviv, Bill Ford, Ford chairman and great grandson of Henry Ford, spoke about the role of the carmaker's new Israel research center.
The Israeli auto-tech sector has raised $500 million so far in 2019, with fewer direct investments from the auto-industry and more investments from venture capital funds.
Ecological and ethical problems with meat production have injected new momentum into startups developing meat substitutes made from plants, insects, and cells.
InnovaHealth cofounder Dr. Ariella Golomb talks about the sale of OrthoSpace and says the fund seeks late stage investments in orthopedic and women's health companies.
A new report by Deloitte describes the "future of labor" in Israel and maps the Israeli technology companies affecting it.
The National Institute for Biotechnology takes an innovative approach to commercializing Ben Gurion University of the Negev's groundbreaking research.
Entou Labs has developed a product that it says improves absorption of cannabis, cutting dosage, side effects, and cost.
The Israeli company has developed AR solutions that enable field technicians in energy and other industries to avert disasters like BP's Gulf of Mexico oil spill.
At 55, Dr. Anda Baharav left her work as a pediatrician to found a startup that provides personalized treatment for sleep disorders.