Israel has more technological companies listed on the NASDAQ stock market than any other company in the world. In fact, its military is one of the most technologically advanced in terms of medicine, civil drones, satellites, and self-driving cars.
Many of the notable Nobel Peace Prize winners in the last ten years were from this country. Ultrasound was also developed here, along with advanced MRI and CT scans.
Waze was an Israeli company, which was a major rival of Google Maps. Google eventually acquired the company for $1.15 billion in a massive bidding war against Apple and Facebook.
We all remember the Cold War where Russia was in a close race with the USA to reach the moon. While the country might not have been the first one to reach the moon, it is still a pioneer in space technology. It also has an advanced military unit, all thanks to its talented engineers.
Russia is also an innovator in the field of nuclear energy, medicine, chemical, and machine technology. Also, the country is responsible for producing some of the most talented hackers in the world. Whenever there is a hacking scandal, it’s almost expected that the Russian hackers have something to do with it.
Germany might have lost the Second World War, but the technological advancements made in the country during that time are still being used and further developed. Most people think Germany’s contribution to the world is just car manufacturing and Albert Einstein, but that is far from the truth.
Germany has become a global leader in medicine (both allopathy and homeopathy), scientific research, infrastructure, military technology, and engineering. With the German government readily supporting research and development through organizations and universities, new technology are developing in the country every day. The focus on education in Germany is also readying a more skilled generation.
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