Jet-Eat (Technion, Israël) Wants to 3D Print Vegan Steaks

Producing beef currently requires cows, and that is a problem, according to Eshchar Ben-Shitrit, founder of Tel Aviv-based food printing startup Jet-eat Printed Food...

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(Français) Délégation française en Israël : High-Tech et innovation ont boosté le désert du Néguev

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Israeli, Germany pledge to boost mango cultivation in Cameroon

The Israeli Agency for International Development Cooperation (MASHAV) and the German Technical Cooperation (GIZ) ,will on Thursday sign a Memorandum of Understanding to kickstart...

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Basil infected with downy mildew. Photo courtesy of the lab of Bar-Ilan University Prof. Yigal Cohen and Genesis Seeds

Israeli scientists save pesto with fungus-resistant basil

First-of-its-kind sweet basil cultivar is resistant to downy mildew, a severe global epidemic affecting basil plants. Sweet basil, a favorite culinary herb under attack...

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(Français) Technion (Israël) : des felafels enrichis en spiruline remportent un premier prix européen

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BGU (Israel): Heating Raw Human Excrement Could Improve Sanitation and Provide a Reusable Energy Source

For the first time, a Ben-Gurion University pilot study demonstrated that raw human excrement can potentially be converted to a safe, reusable fuel and...

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Roquette (France) invests in Israeli seed breeding company Equinom

Roquette, a global leader in plant-based ingredients for Food, Nutrition and Health markets and a pioneer in new vegetal proteins, and Equinom Ltd., an...

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Oldest Evidence of Aquaculture Dating Back 3,500 Years Found in the Eastern Mediterranean

The teeth of the gilthead seabream revealed the secret: ancient aquaculture took place in our region as long as 3,500 years ago. This finding...

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