David “Dush” Barashi with his young patient, awaiting further surgery on an amputated foot.:Photo courtesy of Dream Doctors Project

Israel didn’t just send medical and rescue staff to Nepal in the wake of the earthquake, it also sent therapeutic clowns.

Magshimim participants with former Israeli President Shimon Peres at an international cyber conference. Photo by Mark Neiman

Social-action program identifies gifted students from periphery towns and trains them to fill an increasing demand for cyber-tech professionals.

Rappelling at Makhtesh Ramon. Photo by Abigail Klein Leichman

Planning a trip to Israel? Be sure to include these experiences on your must-do list.

Pocket device helps Nepal victims breathe

The BVM (bag valve mask) is one of an emergency responder’s main tools. Israeli paramedics designed the world’s first ‘pocket’ version of this lifesaver.

Think Next 2015 in Tel Aviv. Photo by Niv Calderon
Why size doesn’t matter in the tech industry

Scale is not about number of employees; it’s about making a disruptive impact, says Microsoft Ventures Global Accelerator manager in Tel Aviv.

Why size doesn’t matter in the tech industry
Come see what cans can be
Israeli apps already ticking on Apple Watch
Sandboarding in the Negev
Adam Was First

Take that, Robbie Williams! Your amazing performance may have conquered Tel Aviv last night but even a consummate entertainer like you can’t vanquish Israelis’ memory of 80s heart-throb, Adam.

Adam Was First
Israel Museum Jubilee
Red Flowers for Remembrance
April in Holocaust history
Israel in Video

Get the smart investor's guide to investing in Israel