A Jerusalem startup, Glide, has developed the first camera for Apple Watch, bringing game-changing functionality to wearables.
Since February 2013, more than 1,200 Syrian women, men and children have made their way across the Syrian-Israeli border to be treated for free in Israeli hospitals – regardless of the fact that Syria is an enemy state of Israel.
Twenty-four percent of Israel’s workforce holds university degrees – ranking third in the industrialized world, after the United States and Holland – and 12 percent hold advanced degrees.
The Waldorf-Astoria luxury hotel in Jerusalem hired eco-builders from a tiny kibbutz in Israel’s Negev Desert to provide the interior touches.
An Israeli inventor has developed the world’s first cardboard bicycle from recycled materials. The bike is resistant to rain and sun, and costs around $9 each.
Israel has the world’s second highest per capita of new books.
An Israeli ornithologist is utilizing barn owls to rid large cities of rodent problems.
Israeli air force pilot technology is being used to train American college basketball and hockey players.
An Israeli company developed a computerized system for ensuring proper administration of medications, thus removing human error from medical treatment.