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Israeli Medtech Startup Wins Global Counter-Terror Tech Challenge

An Israeli medical technology company won first place at an international competition for startups developing counter-terror technology held this week in Tel Aviv, besting 10 finalists for the prestigious challenge.

The 2018 Combating Terrorism Technology Startup Challenge (CTTSC3), organized by the US Department of Defense, Combating Terrorism Technical Support Office (CTTSO), together with the Israel Ministry of Defense, Defense Research and Development Directorate (MAFAT), and the MIT Enterprise Forum of Israel, awarded the top prize of $100,000 to CardioScale, a Ganei Tikva-based company founded in 2012 that has developed a medical device to help save lives in mass-casualty events.

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