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Group 11 strikes $20 million deal for second fund holdings, including Tipalti, Navan, and Sunbit
Investment in Israeli climate tech is shrinking at an alarming rate
Mekorot to allow small suppliers to sell it electricity
After losing 99% of its value, hospitality company Selina receives $20 million lifeline from Osprey Investments
Tuition of terror: Qatari money flowed into U.S. universities - and now it's fueling violence
Tech titans line up: The leading companies ready for blockbuster IPOs in 2024
Israel’s Tictuk acquired by Yum! Brands, owner of KFC, Pizza Hut, and Taco Bell
The 50 most promising Israeli startups - 2023
Fintech startup Pontera raises $60 million at $550 million valuation
20 stories about Pfizer
Technion and Pfizer sign agreement to boost drug development with AI
The Technion aims to advance technological and medical developments by identifying new technologies and various digital tools with potential industrial application
CytoReason raises $20 million from Pfizer for AI drug discovery and development platform
Pfizer will also have options to license the Israeli startup’s platform and disease models, and fund supplementary project support, in a deal potentially worth up to $110 million over the next five years
Israeli study reveals South African variant may evade Pfizer vaccine
Almost 53% of Israel's 9.3 million population has received both Pfizer doses, and has largely reopened its economy in recent weeks
Moderna CMO suggests Israel is on its radar for new vaccine production facility
Tal Zaks says the drugmaker has already produced a booster shot to counter the South African variant, says his mom in Israel received the competition’s vaccine
Proof in the numbers: Israeli HMO reinforces Covid-19 vaccine efficacy findings by Pfizer
Only 608 people out of a total 602,000 had tested positive for Covid-19 more than a week after receiving second dose
Survey finds majority of Israelis aren’t worried about sharing vaccine data with drug companies
While Israelis overwhelmingly disagree with sharing their medical data with state security agencies, they are willing to do so with drugmakers in exchange for Covid-19 vaccines
Israel includes teens in vaccination drive, eyeing exams
As part of the nationwide vaccination campaign, teens will receive the new Covid-19 vaccines as well so that they may return to school
Dissecting the data-sharing deal: Should Israelis be worried about Pfizer getting private info?
Israel truly has an opportunity to be a light unto the nations by helping everyone else optimally distribute their vaccines in their own jurisdictions, but at what cost?
Human experimentation oversight committee wants to approve Israel-Pfizer data-sharing deal
Does research to examine Covid-19 vaccine’s effectiveness at achieving herd immunity risk citizens’ privacy?
How did an Israeli robotics company catch Elon Musk's attention and why is every criminal on the planet your next-door neighbor?
CTech Daily Roundup: Meet the Israeli company that has ballooned to a valuation of $1.4 billion despite nano-sized sales
Responding to calls for transparency, Israel publishes contract of data-sharing vaccine deal with Pfizer
Redacted document appears to confirm health ministry statements that only publicly available information will be shared
“We’re lucky that the mutations only affected the rate of infection, they could have created a far more violent virus”
Prof. Ron Diskin, an expert on deadly viruses, isn’t worried that the new Covid-19 vaccine will lose its effectiveness but is concerned about millennials’ cavalier attitude toward the disease
Israel’s one of a kind healthcare system is a rare opportunity for Pfizer
The 25 years of accumulating digital medical data can help Israel optimize its Covid-19 vaccination campaign and benefit all of humankind, says Orli Tori, a partner at Triventures ARC
Israel can use medical data to defeat the virus without violating people’s privacy
In exchanging digitized healthcare data for vaccination shots, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu assured citizens their personal data is safe. Dr. Nimrod Kozlovski, Head of Tech and Regulation at HFN, shares his thoughts on the deal
How is technology and data helping Israel become the first country to vanquish Covid-19?
Israel is well on its way to vaccinating its entire adult population and in exchange for delivering millions of vaccine doses, the government has pledged to give drugmaker Pfizer medical data on the millions of vaccine recipients from the health system’s vast databases
These are the key ingredients of Israel's rapid Covid-19 vaccine rollout recipe
Two weeks into its vaccination drive, Israel has reached nearly 15% of the population by paying premium prices, relying on universal healthcare, and minimizing waste
Pfizer, AstraZeneca, Merck, and Teva win tender for new Israeli Innovation Lab
The lab, which is set to research digital health and computational biology, has a government budget of $9.9 million
Will the quickly developed vaccines deliver Covid-19 a knockout blow?
An urgent global crisis, near-limitless funds, and a scientific development ripe for use combined to produce rapid results, but will today’s vaccines eradicate the pandemic?
Survey: One-third of Israelis would prefer to take homegrown Covid-19 vaccine
The results come a day after America’s Pfizer/BioNTech vaccine touches down for distribution
First Pfizer Covid-19 vaccines land in Israel, Netanyahu plans to be first to receive it
Israel plans to start administering the doses on Dec. 20, distributor Teva Pharmaceutical Industries said
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