9 Israeli Inventions in TIME Magazine’s 100 Best Inventions for 2019

9 Israeli Inventions in TIME Magazine’s 100 Best Inventions for 2019

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For a country with a relatively tiny population and size, Israel has produced huge advances in medicine, industry, agriculture, technology, and science that have saved lives, expanded knowledge, and broadened horizons around the world. This is why nine of Israel’s innovations made TIME Magazine’s top 100 inventions for 2019:

Israeli technologies have claimed nine spots on this year’s TIME magazine’s 100 Best Inventions, which rank those that have made the world “better, smarter and even a little more fun.”

The 100 “groundbreaking” inventions challenge “the way we live, work, play and think about what’s possible,” Time said. To assemble the 2019 ranking, Time solicited nominations over a wide variety of categories from editors and correspondents from around the world, as well as through an online application process. The contenders were evaluated “based on key factors, including originality, creativity, influence, ambition and effectiveness.”

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