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Tech training for religious women

I’ve reported previously (see here) some 50 articles relating to religious women in hi-tech. This article is about the Rabbinically-approved Adva program in which young Haredi women at a Jerusalem seminary are learning the skills necessary for a career in … Continue reading

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Training for women in social technology

A group of 27 exceptional young women are working and studying in the 1st class of Carmel 6000 – a national service tech training program for volunteers to develop solutions with a social benefit.  Non-Israelis can also volunteer (like lone … Continue reading

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Forbes top 50 tech women includes 5 Israelis

Five Israeli women were named among Forbes’ lists of “Top 50 Women In Tech” including three to the inaugural global list and two to the European round-up. They are Adv. Limor Shmerling Magazanik, Dr. Michal Tsur, Dr. Tal Rabin, Galia … Continue reading

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Israeli women launch retail tech hub

Two Israelis – Yael Kochman and Alla Foht, have partnered with eBay to launch “Re: Tech”, a Retail Tech Hub in the heart of Tel Aviv. It has attracted 170 Israeli startups and over 2,000 entrepreneurs and investors who use … Continue reading

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IDF launches women into hi-tech

For the first time, most of the commanders of the IDF’s elite tech C4I communications corps are women.  30% of students on their C41 programmers’ training course are women. The IDF’s role of introducing women to hi-tech is crucial for … Continue reading

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Promoting women, Arabs and haredi in hi-tech

The Israeli government has announced a $325 million six-year program to boost the number of higher education students by 40%, and to encourage women, Arabs, and ultra-Orthodox to get hi-tech jobs.  The program aims to address the future likely shortage … Continue reading

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Imaging tech to save women’s lives

Israeli startup Illumigyn, is using IDF technology to develop the Gynescope – an advanced machine-vision image-recognition device for gynecologists to identify cervical cancer and other diseases in routine inspections. http://illumigyn.com/ http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-medical-company-hopes-to-save-thousands-of-womens-lives-per-year/

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Israeli women are making hi-tech history

Shecodes, a network of around 4,000 female programmers in Israel has grown so fast in its first year it hasn’t even had time to finish its own website yet.  Its goal is that 50 percent of Israeli programmers will be … Continue reading

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Israel’s biotech assets – women

Women outnumber men in biology and related sciences in higher education in Israel. While most high-tech employees are male, women comprise 60 percent to 70 percent of the biotechnology workforce. And Israeli biotech start-ups have an edge because women work … Continue reading

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The technological power of women

“TechCamp Tel Aviv”, held at Kfar Maccabiah, brought Jewish-Israeli and Arab-Israeli civil society organizations together under the theme of women’s empowerment with the focus on education and entrepreneurship. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aiRPEosvZrs&feature=player_embedded

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