What will you eat on Mars?

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Israel agtech company flux aims to feed hungry astronauts with novel “plant language translation” technology Internet entrepreneur and Silicon Valley icon Elon Musk has declared he is sending humans to Mars. But who will feed them? Leading Israeli agritech companies, along with hackers, foodies, past members from the Israel Space Agency and international guests from […]

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Eco-bloggers explore native ads as survival mechanism for online marketing into 2017

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Ever since Buzzfeed-style link-baiting articles took Facebook readers attention the style and quality of online reporting has changed drastically.  It’s hard to compete with momentary distraction of kittens and what she did last summer. One way around keeping readers on your web property without linking them out elsewhere is native ads. Though the payment isn’t […]

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The death of the modern car park

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We thought we’d never get to say it, but car parking may be becoming dead. It’s already happening in China. It’s become kind of a cliché that there’s never enough parking spaces no matter where you go. We’ve all got anecdotes about circling car parks three or four times looking for a space to back that […]

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Israel’s biggest green group plants a project in support of Syrian refugees

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Keren Kayemeth LeIsrael or in English, Jewish National Fund (KKL- JNF), is the Israel-based non-profit founded on principals of land reclamation and afforestation. This group has announced a new undertaking that will serve dual ambitions of stewardship over the environment, and its most vulnerable people. At a press event in Brussels recently, KKL-JNF World Chairman Danny […]

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Fiery May heatwave is setting Israel ablaze

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Israel is smoking hot when it comes to tech start-ups, fashion, and vegetarian cuisine, but yesterday it showed signs of getting too hot for its own good. Air temperatures topped 46 degrees Celsius (nearly 115 degrees Fahrenheit) in Eilat,  a record high for the Red Sea resort town according to the Israel Meteorological Service. The […]

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