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[Hil Applied Medical in PR Newswire] HIL Applied Medical and Proton International awarded $900k grant from the BIRD Foundation to advance an ultra-compact, affordable proton beam therapy solution for cancer

HIL Applied Medical, a global leader in developing a new class of Proton Therapy systems, together with its partner Proton International (P.I.), announced today that the companies have been awarded a $900K grant from the Israel-U.S. Binational Industrial Research and Development (BIRD) Foundation. The BIRD Foundation supports cooperation between U.S. and Israeli companies for developing joint products or technologies in a wide range of technology sectors that are of mutual benefit to the U.S. and Israel. Read...

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In the News: Nearly $800M raised by Israeli food, agtech startups over 5 years

Did you know: About 19,000 farmers in eight countries use the Taranis imaging and analysis platform to help prevent disease and pest infestation in major crop groups? Israeli food and agtech startups have raised close to $800M over 5 years. Impact investing is a big theme for us this year, and we are pleased to share our latest edition of OurCrowd’s Innovation Insider, where you can read up on ‘impactful’ insights from our analysts and members of our Corporate Innovation Program. Download your copy here.  Startup Nation and beyond BOL Pharma ranks among the world’s largest medical cannabis GMP production, research and development facilities and clinical trials hubs: Medical Cannabis is the Future of Medicine & Israel is Racing Ahead. Cancer Treatment Company HIL to Set Up $5 Million Jerusalem Manufacture Center, where it intends to manufacture its first beta units. Top tech news this week  Consumer Software…data.world Announces Enterprise-Grade Modern Catalog for Data and Analysis. Healthcare…‘Making a little sugar feel like plenty’, featuring DouxMatok. Consumer Hardware…Precision Agriculture Could Start Second Green Revolution, featuring Consumer Physics. News from the Industry  For centuries, paraplegics – like Israeli software engineer Adir...

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