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The governments will jointly invest an additional $ 8 million in energy research and development, in addition to the $ 4 million already invested through the BIRD Energy Fund since 2009.

As Part of a Competitive Process Funded by the Israel Innovation Authority’s Start-Up Division, Five Franchises Were Selected to Operate Technological Innovation Laboratories Funded by the Authority. The Labs Will Provide Knowhow and Technological Infrastructure - with the Innovation Authority's Funding - to Verify Startups’ Proof Of Concept and to Enable the Creation of Innovative Ecosystems in a Variety of Traditional Manufacturing Fields, Including Smart Construction, Advanced Materials, Smart Factories, Automotive, Food Tech and More. Aharon Aharon, CEO of The Israel Innovation Authority, Said: “The Program Will Serve as a bridge between the Manufacturing Industry the Israeli Culture of Entrepreneurship and Innovation.”

21 leading Israeli biotech companies will be represented at the prestigious BIO International Convention, the world’s largest conference in the field of life sciences, which will be held in San Diego next week.

NEWS FROM THE DAN HOTELS ISRAEL  Beautiful renovations in three popular Dan Properties

Tel Aviv, Israel, June 2017: Dan Hotels, Israel has recently completed renovations in three of their properties.

The most extensive work was carried out in the Dan Accadia, Herzliya, where the NIS40 million renovation included upgrades to 117 rooms and suites, dining areas, corridors and banquet halls. The design and planning of the new rooms and public spaces was led by architect Roni Federmann, along with Esti Robinson and the architectural staff of the Dan Hotels chain. They have created a bright and colorful atmosphere, reflecting the colors of the sea and beach throughout.

An unprecedented renewal project that will upgrade Israel’s tourism product and enhance the glorious past and future of Caesarea, as well as the entire area, was announced at a press conference held today (Wednesday) by the Edmond de Rothschild Foundation, Caesarea Development Corporation, Israel Antiquities Authority and Israel Nature and Parks Authority

Among the archaeological discoveries that have been exposed and can be visited by the public – the altar of a temple built by King Herod c. 2,000 years ago in honor of Emperor Augustus and the goddess Roma, mentioned in the writings of Josephus Flavius, and the synagogue of Caesarea