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Pinkwashing? try 'Progwashing'
Assisting gay teenagers fearful of declaring their sexual orientation, providing humanitarian aid and expertise in the world's disaster zones, developing alternative energy technologies—none of these noble goals matter if Israelis are involved. On ...
Inside Man: Behind Tehran's 'electronic curtain'
Last summer, analysis by security company Trend Micro showed that compromised web security certificates from Dutch company DigiNotar were being issued to Iran and used in a “man-in-themiddle attack” to intercept Iranians' email data on the usually ...
'Nanotechnology becoming part of daily life'
Representatives from companies in a wide range of sectors presented their innovative tiny-sized technologies during the Monday morning session of “NanoIsrael 2012: The Third International Nanotechnology Conference and Exhibition,” held in Tel Aviv on ...
Israeli technology turns air into drinking water
Water-Gen, based in Rishon LeZion, Israel, specializes in water generation and water treatment technologies integrated with tactical military vehicles and ground units.
Preserving a highly polluted holy river
India's 2,510-kilometer Ganges - or Ganga - River provides spiritual and cultural sustenance to the half a billion people who dwell along its banks and is holy “Mother Ganga” to most Hindus, yet its waters are among the most polluted in the world.
Oil, gas discovered off Tel Aviv coastline
Walter said that the latest technologies have been used to discovery oil and gas in the Eastern Mediterranean since the discoveries in Syria and Egypt.
The Startup File: LogicMatter, SmartPlug, Pepper Networks, Semble and others ...
Executives listed in the filing are Todd Tarbert and Chris Walcott. Full filing. Helidyne, a Ridgefield renewable energy company specializing in geothermal and geopressure technologies, has raised $150,000. The company is led by Jack and Kevin Kerlin.
Can Uroplasty Drive Adoption Of Its Better Mousetrap?
A lot of investors seem to think that all a company has to do to succeed in health care is develop a better therapy and the patients and docs will magically appeal.
Has Dividend Growth Kept Up With Inflation?
About a year ago, I published an article about dividends keeping up with inflation. At the time, I only had data going back to 1988 (22 years).
How Much Further Can Rare Diseases Carry BioMarin?
The company also markets Naglazyme as an enzyme replacement for a broadly similar disease - MPS-VI (Maroteaux-Lamy syndrome).