A visitor inspecting a diamond during International Diamond Week at the Ramat Gan Bourse, February 2015. Photo by Yonatan Sindel/FLASH90

Hundreds of buyers wowed by new technologies at 2015 International Diamond Week in Ramat Gan.

What’s in that drink? Futuristic device lets you find out

Want to know which watermelon is sweeter, whether an avocado is ripe, or what’s in that diamond? New pocket-sized molecular sensor reveals all.

Bacteriophage EFDG1 at a magnification of 20,000 to 30,000 times. Some phages are still bound to remains of the dead bacteria. (Photo: Ronen Hazan/Hebrew University)

The story of how a bacterial virus found in Jerusalem sewage could prevent root canal infections.

An artist's rendition of what Tel Aviv's Central Bus Station could look like after it is revitalized as a center for urban ecology. Illustration courtesy of Dana Mor/Onya Collective.

Young eco-conscious visionaries install 30 ‘artistic interventions’ to inject a ray of light and hope into a blighted building and its neighborhood.

Screen shot from Waa’s promo video.
Why is baby crying?

Waa, a concept device that instantly shows parents what’s bothering baby, won a student competition at Israel’s first-ever Internet of Things conference.

Why is baby crying?
Pinning hopes on a 60-second pitch
Israel Museum celebrates 50
Amazing video shows how animals drink
Israel’s Season of Glass

Contemporary glass artworks are the subject of not one but two new exhibits at Israeli museums where collections of ancient glass are also on display.

Israel’s Season of Glass
Photo of the Week – Tel Aviv after the storm
A different view of Jerusalem in snow
Photo of the Week – Snow story
Making Some Noise on Purim

The custom of drowning out Haman’s name with noise-makers has been around since medieval times but there are always ways to update an old tradition.

Making Some Noise on Purim
Evolution of the Israeli campaign video
Remembering the Man Behind the Duck
Au Revoir Binyanei HaUma
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