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  • Audyx
    Audyx is the first Web platform for audiology professionals. It aims at replacing current-day analog audiometers and empowers users...
  • LABOTAL - Scientific Equipment (1997) Ltd.
    Labotal represents, sells and services laboratory equipment and supplies for the academic and research community as well as for the...
  • LeukoDx Ltd.
    LeukoDx is an early-stage company advancing its novel compact fluorocytometry technology platform. The platform development was...
  • Medisim Ltd.
    Medical devices specializing in non-invasive conduction based and fast temperature measurements. Medisim developed a new core technology...
  • MotilUS
    MotilUS is developing a novel non-invasive technology for quantitative assessment of the esophageal function.
  • Nanonics Imaging Ltd.
    Nanonics Imaging Ltd. is the market leader of combined near-field optical microscopes (commonly referred to as either NSOM or SNOM...
  • NovellusDx (IL) Ltd.
    NovellusDx is a Molecular Diagnostics company dedicated to delivering the actionable intelligence that oncologists require...
  • Oridion Systems Ltd.
    Oridion is a global medical device company with patented technologies using breath samples in respiratory care monitoring and point-of-care...
  • Visionix Ltd.
    Visionix develops, manufactures and distributes innovative equipment and provides complete solution for ophthalmologists, opticians...
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