Before Israel licensed medical marijuana, people with terminal illnesses would come desperately to a young, chin-bearded grower named Perry Davidson. Read more on The Jerusalem Post here.
Richard Branson’s Virgin Group is investing in Hyperloop One, a company developing the super-fast transport system originally dreamed up by Elon Musk. Read more on Bloomberg here.
Billionaire Richard Branson has joined the board of Hyperloop One, as the futuristic mode of tube-based transportation embarks on a major fundraising round. Read more on Bloomberg here.
THE Trendlines Group – an Israel-based, Singapore-listed incubator of medical and agricultural technology startups – has extended its partnership network with global companies. Read more on Business Times here.
Bangalore-based self-drive car rental startup Zoomcar today announced the launch of PEDL, a technology-enabled cycle sharing service, days after Chinese giant Ofo‘s plans to enter India hit the headlines. Read more on The Independent here.
Neverware, a New York City-based startup with a software platform that converts legacy computers into Chromebooks, announced today that it has raised a new round of investment led by Google. Read more on The Verge here.
The demonstration, using a mobile application from Ohio-based Surgical Theater, highlights ways in which neurosurgeons can map out plans to approach procedures. Read more on The Boston Globe here.
Like many small countries across the world, Israel punches well above its weight in the global startup ring. Read more in VentureBeat here.
Like many small countries across the world, Israel punches well above its weight in the global startup ring. Read more on VentureBeat here.
Also in the final 10 is Innoviz Technologies, an Isreali company developing solid-state lidar. Read more on Wired here.