Science & Technology
- Written by Prime Minister's Media Advise
Later, at the entrance to the technology exhibit, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asked Dudu Fisher, who was present, to sing "He who Makes Peace on High" for President Obama. The Prime Minister explained that this is what the Jewish People pray for and that the song symbolizes the deep link between the long history of the Jewish People and the Land of Israel.
- Written by Prime Minister's Media Adviser
by Israel's high-tech industries in the framework of a special exhibit that will be set up in President Obama's honor.
The products that were chosen are in the fields of renewable energy, the war on traffic accidents, medicine, search and rescue, and robotics.
Prime Minister Netanyahu will note that Israel was recently ranked first in the world in research and development intensity
After touring the exhibit, President Obama will meet with the next generation of Israeli scientists – young people from Haifa,
who won an international robotics competition that was held in the US last year.
- Written by University in Israel
(Tel Aviv, Israel) – The Technion–Israel Institute of Technology, one of the world’s top institutions of its kind, announced the launch of the international 'Start-uP MBA' program (http://www.technionmba.com).to start October 2013, along with a brand new international Master (M.E) degree program in Systems Engineering.(http://www.technionme.com/). The leading Israeli institution will offer these degrees to international students from all over the world.
- Written by PR
120 programmers partook in the WIX Hackathon this past weekend
at the company's office in Tel Aviv
of the WIX Corporate offices
in Tel Aviv and ended 72 hours later with over 32 new applications
for the WIX App Market, the leading platform for website building.
- Written by Office of the President
"Quiet will be met with quiet; missiles will be met with a response. I believe both sides have a deep interest in lowering the flames"
During the visit President Peres was surprised by the local farmers who announced that a new variety of tomato will be named after him