ISRAEL21c rounds up the top super-cool technological advances from Israeli companies that you should keep an eye on next year.
An abandoned industrial building at the port is transformed into an urban art platform attracting international talent.
A revolutionary diagnostic system under development in Israel uses a mouthwash embedded with gold nanoparticles to detect cancer cells.
‘This is the new Internet reality in a nutshell,’ says Israeli founder of first-ever crowdsourced profile app.
BGU professor wins Bill & Melinda Gates grant to continue his years-long fight to wipe out parasitic infections in Ethiopia.
Jerusalem joins global interfaith action on climate change with unprecedented solar light march around the Old City walls.
With his son’s life on the line, Ilan Ganot founded Solid Ventures to identify, acquire and develop therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Laetitia Beck of Caesarea, the first Israeli to play in an LPGA tourney, won the coveted ticket to the world’s major pro golf tournaments.
Micromedic Technologies discovers new genetic markers to predict the risk of developing jaw necrosis from a certain class of drugs.
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