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Which Israeli company was acquired by Walmart and who is developing treatment for CF?

Which Israeli company was acquired by Walmart and who is developing treatment for CF?

CTech Daily Roundup: Israel Aerospace Industries CEO says it can assist the IDF in confronting Gaza threat

CTech | 23:03  13.05.2021
Fashion startup Zeekit acquired by Walmart. The financial terms of the deal for the Israeli company that virtually dresses shoppers were not disclosed. Read more

SpliSense secures $28.5 million in funding to advance mRNA-altering pipeline for treatment of CF. The Israeli startup was founded by Prof.

Batsheva Kerem, a renowned geneticist from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, and its technology is based on her research. Read more

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Survey: Israeli startups raising funds faster, no longer dependent on relocating. "We are seeing what the new world of Israeli tech will look like after Covid-19," said Tzahi Weisfeld, VP and general manager of Intel Ignite. Read more

Israel Aerospace Industries CEO says it can assist the IDF in confronting Gaza threat. Boaz Levy, the new CEO of the IAI, comments on the current flare-up and how his company registered a 23.5% income bump despite the pandemic. Read more 

Israeli companies Stor.ai and Trax partner to simplify online orders for U.S. retailers. The partnership will provide grocers with access to Trax’s on-demand crowd marketplace. Read more

Birthright circumvents security and health travel restrictions. Young Jews, who will visit Israel through Birthright, will enjoy a separate set of restrictions to those agreed on by the Tourism and Health Ministries. Read more

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