Planning a trip to Israel? Be sure to include these experiences on your must-do list.
Israel’s first Canstruction exhibit aims to raise awareness about food rescue, minimizing food waste and addressing hunger.
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.
Not just an art installation, the murals are part of a new cultural project to bring new life to the marketplace when shops are closed.
Israeli doctors and nurses have performed 33 lifesaving surgeries and aided in five births, including three Cesarean sections.
Nepalese woman gives birth on first day, while the Israeli team treats victims being rescued from remote areas via helicopter.
Glide, JoyTunes, 24me, TL;DR and Vonage among the made-in-Israel applications already available on Apple’s new wearable.
Sensilize provides drone-enabled color imaging of fields as well as interpreted maps to enable optimal agricultural decisions.
‘We are proud to represent the state and we hope to save lives and achieve results.’ — IDF relief mission leader Col. Yoram Laredo
The Nano Bible exhibition at Jerusalem’s Shrine of the Book ‘is a fascinating confluence … where the Land of the Bible meets the Start-Up Nation.’