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Israeli director Guy Nattiv’s short film ‘Skin’ has been nominated for an Academy Award for best live action short film. The Oscar nominations were announced on Tuesday in Los Angeles. The film explores the story of a skinhead in the United States who ends up rejecting racial hatred. The story begins “with a small supermarket in a blue-collar town and a black man smiling at a 10-year-old white boy across the checkout aisle. This moment sends two hate-filled gangs into a ruthless war that ends with a shocking backlash.” The 20-minute film has been developed into a full-length movie also directed by Nattiv, which explores the reality of white supremacy in the US, and goes by the same name. The Oscars will be held in Hollywood on February 24 (February 25 at 3 a.m. in Israel).

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If you’ve ever asked Alexa to (please) bring you a beer and got turned down by the voice assistant, the odds are looking good for soon being served after all. Temi, the first personal, AI-powered robot assistant developed by Israeli entrepreneurs, is collaborating with Amazon to get Alexa rolling – literally. Temi Global is headquartered in New York City, with an R&D lab in Tel Aviv, and a business and manufacturing site in Shenzen, China. The company officially launched the Temi, or Robotemi, earlier this month at CES 2019 in Las Vegas, just weeks after raising a $21 million funding round led by existing investor John Wu, Generali Investments S.p.A. of Italy and the Hong Kong-based IoT and premium wellness giant Ogawa. The financing round brought Temi Global’s the total amount raised since its founding in 2015 to $82 million.

Israeli photographer Dikla Laor (@diklalaor ) has worked for six years to bring the stories of female biblical figures to life through the camera lens, embarking on a unique project to imagine these characters’ appearances, dress, and demeanor against breathtaking backdrops. Her “Biblical Women Series” includes the “first woman,” Eve, the Jewish matriarchs – Sarah, Rivka (Rebecca), Leah and Rachel – Lot’s wife, the Queen of Sheba, the prophetess Deborah, and Jezebel, among over 40 such photographs. Laor tells NoCamels that she can spend months, and sometimes years, thinking about a female biblical figure and trying to conjure up a frame of what a photograph of her would look like. She works with an index of female figures from the bible and spends considerable time researching and reading about a chosen figure, in commentaries, modern literature, even poetry. She says she is most influenced by the texts of the midrash, the rabbinic interpretation, by the Jewish sages. Laor shoots in the Golan Heights where she has lived since 2005.

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Israel is home to over 200 museums of all types, making it the country with the highest number of museums per capita in the world. From major institutional ones like the Israel Museum in Jerusalem and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art, to smaller museums dedicated to fashion, design, science, geology, and natural history, there are literally hundreds to choose from across the country. There are also thousands of exhibitions at any given time that explore everything from Islamic art, Judaica, comics, and prehistoric beings. NoCamels is taking a closer look at six exhibitions that are worth a visit this year. Check out NoCamels.com for the story

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Israeli telehealth startup TytoCare, which developed breakthrough technology for conducting remote medical examinations and telehealth services, announced that it added new investors to its latest funding round, bringing the total sum to $33.5 million. TytoCare raised nearly $25 million last January in a funding round led by Ping An Global Voyager Fund, with participation from Cambia Health Solutions, Walgreens, Orbimed, Fosun Pharma and LionBird. This week, the company said it closed $9 million in additional funding from strategic investors including Sanford Health, Japan’s Itochu, and China’s Shenzhen Capital Group.

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Bringg, a leading delivery logistics management platform with offices in Tel Aviv, Chicago, and New York, announced that it raised a $25 million Series C funding round. The funding was led by Next47, with participation from existing investors including Salesforce Ventures, Aleph VC, OG Ventures, Cambridge Capital, Coca-Cola, Ituran, and Pereg Venture. Bringg says its powerful SaaS platform offers real-time capabilities companies need in order to achieve logistical excellence across their delivery ecosystem. Its clients include market-leading companies from the retail, grocery, restaurant, consumer goods, logistics, healthcare, and services industries.

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Israel’s southernmost city of Eilat ranked 6th on a list of “52 places to go in 2019” by the New York Times published this weekend. The interactive list explores top cities and countries to visit this coming year, compiled by contributors and travel writers. Eilat, the southern port and resort town on the Red Sea, is already a popular destination with Israelis and Europeans. An attractive scuba diving spot, with stunning coral reef, the city has undergone a transformation in recent years, opening new hotels, a new airport, and welcoming more direct flights from outside Israel.

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Israeli food tech startup Yofix, which developed vegan and soy-free fermented plant-based prebiotic and probiotic dairy alternatives, won the top prize at PepsiCo’s European Nutrition Greenhouse Program last week. The program focuses on nutrition food and beverage products aimed at European customers, and is designed “to discover and nurture breakthrough brands” in the sector. Yofix products are on sale in Israel, but the company says it plans to begin research for foreign markets.

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Israeli cybersecurity firm CloudEndure, a provider of cloud-based disaster recovery services, confirmed on Thursday that it was acquired by Amazon subsidiary AWS (Amazon Web Services). The startup wrote on Twitter that “CloudEndure is now an AWS company,” and that the acquisition “expands our ability to deliver innovative and flexible migration, disaster recovery, and backup solutions.” No financial details were disclosed but earlier this week, Israeli business daily Globes reported that the deal stands at an estimated $250 million. Founded in 2012 and led by co-founder and CEO Ofer Gadish, the Ramat Gan-based CloudEndure provides a cost-effective and easy form of disaster recovery in the cloud that works regardless of whether the infrastructure is on-premise, in the cloud or a mix of the two. It also provides continuous backup services and cloud migration. Since its founding, it has raised some $20 million from investors such as Dell, Magma Venture Partners, and India’s InfoSys.

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The ancient port city of Jaffa, a part of the Tel Aviv municipality, was selected by CNN Travel as one of the 19 best places to visit in 2019. Compiled by different CNN Travel editors, the list also includes Fukuoka, Japan, Lima, Peru, Kerala, India, the Grand Canyon in the US, and the tiny principality of Liechtenstein. CNN Travel, the travel section of the prestigious news outlet CNN, offers insights into top destinations to visit, eye-dropping hospitality projects and overall travel trends. Lilit Marcus, who featured the city of Jaffa in the piece, makes an apt distinction between the port city and Tel Aviv. “Tel Aviv-Yafo is often lumped together as one unit for the convenience of an airport and Google Maps, but 4,000-year-old Yafo (often spelled Jaffa in English) is as different from Tel Aviv as Brooklyn is from Manhattan,” Marcus writes.

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WeWork, the shared workspace company that took over the world, has rebranded as “The We Company” to better incorporate its different business lines and expand into new ventures following a fresh $2 billion investment from Japanese tech giant SoftBank Group Corp, valuing the company at an eye-popping $47 billion. The rebranding also comes amid the company’s hinted-at plans to break into different sectors, like the financial industry, and grow exponentially to become a more integral part of people’s lives, both in the physical and digital spaces. WeWork was founded in 2010 in New York and spread quickly, conquering shared workspaces worldwide in under a decade with now more than 400,000 members in 100 cities across 27 countries. One of its first international locations was Tel Aviv, where it now has seven sites. WeWork also works with enterprise customers (members with over 1,000 employees) and Fortune 500 companies, including major ones such as Microsoft, Facebook, Adidas and Salesforce. These customers now account for over 30 percent of the company’s total membership base.

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The city of Tel Aviv is gearing up to host the 64th Eurovision song contest in May, a year after Israeli singer Netta Barzilai clucked her way to victory with her female empowerment anthem “Toy” in Lisbon, Portugal, earning Israel its fourth overall win in the annual competition. The city, already an expensive tourist destination, is planning to accommodate the influx of visitors during the events surrounding the competition and the finale itself on May 18 in creative ways – by building a massive tent city (think Burning Man) as a lodging solution, and even setting up people on a 500-room cruise ship off the shores of Tel Aviv.

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Nearly three dozen Israeli startups are joining thousands of companies from around the world in Las Vegas this week to take part in the annual CES (International Consumer Electronics Show) conference, where groundbreaking new tech and capabilities are routinely unveiled. Twenty-two Israeli companies are part of the official Israeli delegation to the conference which runs January 8-11, organized by the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry and the Israel Export Institute. A number of other Israeli startups, specializing in fields such as robotics, autonomous driving, and Big Data, are also taking part in the event, whether individually, as featured exhibitors, or as part of other delegations.

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Tel Aviv startup Navin has built a navigation application specifically for indoor spaces. Like the Israeli-founded navigation company Waze (bought by Google) but for airports, hospitals, malls, and other massive public structures not usually conceived with ease-of-access in mind. Navin uses crowdsourced data to build digital maps for pedestrian guidance both indoors and outdoors, and it works where GPS does not, as satellite-based radio-navigation is largely useless in closed buildings. The startup was co-founded by CEO Shai Ronen, a former Israeli Air Force F-16 pilot, and an expert in navigation systems. Inspired by military navigation technologies that do not rely on GPS, he saw the possibility of using the tools and experience he gained to solve a daily challenge for many people.

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Israeli medical cannabis device firm Syqe Medical, which developed the world’s first selective-dose, pharmaceutical grade medicinal plants inhalers, has raised $50 million in a fresh financing round led by the Shavit Capital fund, an investment firm that backs late-stage life sciences companies. It is the largest financing round for an Israeli medical cannabis firm, according to the report.

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Israel’s role as a chief tech innovator has been consistently making headlines on NoCamels, sparking the interest of our readers with stories that ranged from Israeli contributions to locating a boys’ soccer team missing in Thailand, to the development of a game-changing bandage that stops bleeding within seconds. In this context, Israeli-born initiatives have been providing serious ‘meat’ to our stories, garnering international attention due to their far-reaching, cutting-edge potential. We rounded up 11 stories our readers loved most in 2018. Check them out on NoCamels.com

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2018 was a big year for Israelis on the global stage. In the fields of science, sports, business, social media, technology, entertainment, and cuisine, Israelis have continued to make their mark on the world, bringing in awards, medals, and general international recognition for their achievements and innovations. As 2018 drew to a close, NoCamels put together a list of 16 people with some of the biggest impacts Check out the list of all 16 on NoCamels.com In this composite, clockwise: Nuseir Yassin (Nas Daily) and Alyne Tamir (Dear Alyne), Netta Barzilai, Technion Prof Hossam Haick, Prof Yuval Noah Harari

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Researchers from Shaare Zedek Medical Center and Bar Ilan University recently raised a $1 million investment to fund research and development for eye drops they say can correct cornea-related vision problems, thereby potentially making eyeglasses obsolete. The development of the eye drops, dubbed “nanodrops,” was first announced in March 2018 by Dr. David Smadja, a research associate at Bar-Ilan University’s Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA) and the Head of the Ophthalmology Research Unit at Shaare Zedek. Smajda led a team of ophthalmologists working on the solution, including Professor Zeev Zalevsky of Bar Ilan’s Kofkin Faculty of Engineering and Professor Jean-Paul Moshe Lellouche of the Department of Chemistry at BINA.