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ISRAEL - WORLD TECHNOLOGY DEVELOPMENTS

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ISRAEL
DESERT AGRICULTURE TECHNOLOGY
Israel Agriculture Technology 2016 (11.41)
800 Tons of Cherry,
10.000 Tons of Potatoes
are exported yearly

ISRAEL WATER SAVING TECHNOLOGY
INDICRAT 2015 (8.38)

Surrounded by and populated with deserts, Israel has famously created a green, agricultural oasis out of its arid landscape. This was made possible by the incredible advances that Israeli scientists and researchers have been making since Israel gained its independence in 1948. Israel’s first Prime Minister David Ben Gurion had a vision of “making the desert bloom”, which catapulted water technology research onto the national agenda, where it has remained ever since.

Through a combination of conservation, reuse and desalination, the country now has more water than it needs.

The Israeli water industry is widely acknowledged as a world leader, especially with its market-leading, entrepreneurial technologies in the areas of desalination, water treatment,
drip irrigation and
water security.

Today, water poor countries in Asia and Africa are already benefiting from Israeli-driven water technologies.
In China alone, huge desalination plants based on Israeli water technology are providing water to millions of people by combining innovation with sustainability.
Israel is proposing collaboration with countries worldwide on existing and new water-technologies.

Israel may be a desert country with a serious lack of water, but what’s not lacking is the ingenuity and creativity to make up for it with breakthrough water technologies
that are helping people around the world maximize and enrich the water they have.

MADE IN ISRAEL: WATER
The Official 700 Club 2013 (11.32)

Because more than half of Israel is desert, the lack of clean water is a life-or-death issue. Gordon Robertson examines several of the ways that Israel conserves water, including
desalination, drip irrigation and recycling.


HOW ISRAEL BECAME A LEADER
IN WATER USE IN THE MIDDLE EAST
PBS NEWSHOUR 2015 (7.56)

Over the past few years in Israel, the country's water shortage has become a surplus. Through a combination of conservation, reuse and desalination, the country now has more water than it needs. And that could translate to political progress for the country in the Middle East, one of the most water-stressed regions in the world. NewsHour's Martin Fletcher reports.

MADE IN ISRAEL: AGRICULTURE
THE OFFICIAL 700 CLUB 2013 (10.17)

Gordon Robertson looks at Israel's remarkable agricultural innovation, with special focus on the role of the kibbutz in Israel's agricultural success, growing crops and orchards in desert, rocky land and swamps with hard work and ingenuity

DESERT FARMING
STORY OF AGRICULTURE IN ISRAEL - SWEETENING THE SALT
Israel Agriculture Technology 2016 (14.07)

MODERN AGRICULTURE IN ISRAEL - INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM FOR AGRICULTURAL TRAINING IN RAMAT NEGEV
ISRAEL Agriculture Technology 2016 (10.46)

ISRAEL
AQUAPONICS - INTELLIGENT TECHNOLOGY SMART FARMING,
Israel Agriculture Technology 2017 (15.16)

THE FUTURE OF AGRICULTURE:
HYDROPONIC AND VERTICAL FARMING
ISRAEL Agriculture Technology 2017 (12.38)

MADE IN ISRAEL – MEDICINE
The Official 700 Club  2013 (11.36)
Gordon Robertson takes a look at some of the medical breakthroughs that have come from Israel, including cancer and diabetes treatment and technology to help blind people see and crippled people walk.

HYPERBARIC CHAMBER
Igal Furman 2017 (13.18)

Inventing Health:
Israeli Innovations in Life Sciences - Part 2 Israel 2013 (4.58)
Alzheimer's patient? Israeli innovators have produced a system that combines magnetic brain stimulation with cognitive training to produce better results than either therapy applied separately. Want to check the blood flow to your brain? A new Israeli devise does that, non-invasively monitoring blood velocity, especially for stroke victims. Bedridden but need a lift? The most innovative hospital bed in the world can take you
from a prone position to standing
with the press of a single button

Inventing Health:
Israeli Innovations in Life Sciences - Part 1 Israel 2013 (5.26)
Ever wonder how the Chilean miners trapped underground for 69 days kept their feet from smelling or getting infected? An Israeli innovation involving the use of copper in textiles not only helped them but can also reduce hospital infections greatly. Need to check your temperature, blood sugar or EEG in an instant? A new smartphone now does all that and more. Want to correct a baby's MTA deformities in 6 weeks, without the need for heavy braces on his legs? A small brace on the foot will do it. These are just a few of the innovations on display, in this, the first of two videos about Israeli innovation in life sciences.

BRINGING ISRAELI INNOVATION TO AFRICA
KnowledgeAtWharton, 2014

Sivan Borowich-Ya'ari's non-profit, Innovation: Africa, is bringing solar energy to remote villages in Africa, which she says spurs the empowerment of women and improvements in education and health.

JEWISH HEART FOR AFRICA
JewishHeartForAfrica 2010 (5.56)

Jewish Heart for Africa is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that brings sustainable Israeli technologies to African villages. The mission of Jewish Heart for Africa is to save African lives with Israeli innovation, while supporting Israel's economy and image abroad. Foundations support the operating expenses of Jewish Heart for Africa so that 100% of individual donations fund our direct project costs.

BRINGING ISRAELI INNOVATION TO AFRICA
KnowledgeAtWharton, 2014

Sivan Borowich-Ya'ari's non-profit, Innovation: Africa, is bringing solar energy to remote villages in Africa, which she says spurs the empowerment of women and improvements in education and health.

MASSIVE SOLAR TOWER PLANT
BUILT IN THE NEGEV DESERT
AP Archive 2017 (5.25)

Traditionally run on a fossil fuel-based economy, Israel has struggled to translate its sunny rays into cleaner power.

But with the goal of generating 10 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2020 and the addition of the solar mega-project,
a future powered by renewable energy
may lie ahead.

The project, deep in the Negev desert, is made up of three plots,
with a fourth planned for the future,
each with a different solar technology.

Together, the fields will be Israel's largest renewable energy project when completed by 2018.
They are set to generate some 310 megawatts of power,
enough for about 130,000 households,
or roughly 5 percent of Israel's population,
according to Israel's Electricity Authority.

JEWISH HEART FOR AFRICA
JewishHeartForAfrica 2010 (5.56)

Jewish Heart for Africa is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization that brings sustainable Israeli technologies to African villages.
The mission of Jewish Heart for Africa is to save African lives with Israeli innovation, while supporting Israel's economy and image abroad. Foundations support the operating expenses of Jewish Heart for Africa
so that 100% of individual donations fund our direct project costs.