A beauty school student from Nablus makes the cut at the Israel Cup 2015 hairstyling and makeup contest.
Israel didn’t just send medical and rescue staff to Nepal in the wake of the earthquake, it also sent therapeutic clowns.
Scale is not about number of employees; it’s about making a disruptive impact, says Microsoft Ventures Global Accelerator manager in Tel Aviv.
StoreDot does it again, adding a fast-charging electric-vehicle battery to its coming instant-charge smartphone battery.
Social-action program identifies gifted students from periphery towns and trains them to fill an increasing demand for cyber-tech professionals.
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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.