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Daily Updates from Silicon Wadi for
Tuesday, September 8, 2020
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Israeli classrooms have 5 more kids than OECD average; teachers earn 5% less
Still, annual report finds Israel ahead of the curve on women’s education and on share of the population getting higher education
MeMed partners with Italy’s DiaSorin to commercialize bacteria vs virus test
Test to be integrated in over 5,000 DiaSorin analyzers, allowing physicians to differentiate between bacterial and viral infections
As High Holidays near, harsh judgment looms for Israel’s handling of COVID-19
The country that won global admiration for its performance at the start of the coronavirus crisis is now drawing attention for its woes. Half a year after the first cases, Israel has around 3,000 people a day confirmed infected, and during the week ending September 9, had the highest rate of daily new coronavirus...
Keeping spirits up
Virus stress driving both genders to smut, sauce and sweets — research
Findings from collaborative effort between Ben-Gurion University and Yeshiva University shows that pandemic-induced stress neutralizes ‘gendered consumer behavior,’ researcher says
‘Why so little?’ victim asks, as SEC settles $5m. Israel fraud case for $1.2m
The SEC alleged Israeli binary options company Lbinary defrauded investors out of $5 million, but settled the case for a quarter of that. US victim says he hopes it’s not over
What can Israel and the UAE sell to each other?
The landmark Israeli-Emirati normalization deal has created palpable excitement in Israel over new economic opportunities. On the surface, the combination of Israel’s culture of entrepreneurship and the UAE’s immense oil resources feels like a match made in heaven. Yet a deeper examination of economic data reveals that the mutual benefit of the accord is not as clear-cut as it seems. The Israeli and Emirati populations are roughly the same size. Their UAE’s GDP is larger overall, but Israel has the advantage on a per capita basis, and the UAE’s per...
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