‘When everyone belongs, we’ll be much more powerful as a society,’ says Cisco executive involved in advancing job prospects of the ultra-Orthodox.
‘We are not doing this because we have to,’ one officer says as he walks tethered to his young partner with an Upsee. ‘We thought it was something important, and a joy.’
Israel’s Kadimastem is testing its technology for differentiating pluripotent stem cells into a range of functional human cells.
ISRAEL21c was in Washington for the AIPAC Policy Conference, where 16,000 delegates met Israeli innovators featured on our site.
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.
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.
The story of how a bacterial virus found in Jerusalem sewage could prevent root canal infections.
Young eco-conscious visionaries install 30 ‘artistic interventions’ to inject a ray of light and hope into a blighted building and its neighborhood.
Cannabics Pharmaceuticals says its innovative technology puts standard doses of the medicinal cannabis compounds into a sustained-release capsule.
13 Israeli startup entrepreneurs overcome stage fright to pitch their ideas at the 2015 MassChallenge Israel Launch Event in Jerusalem.