‘Gigawatt Global in Rwanda is a clear demonstration that solar will be a key part of Africa’s energy solution,’ says US official.
The Jerusalem International Book Fair, of course. The First Station complex hosts this literary extravaganza from February 8-12.
Israeli study pinpoints the dominant factors causing mistaken forecasts of weather conditions around the world.
From the Red Sea Jazz Festival in February to the Hula Valley International Bird Festival in November, there’s something for everyone.
Developer of Na-Nose, which can sniff out cancer, proposes linking his groundbreaking diagnostic nanotechnology to a smartphone.
Prof. Zvi Shiller’s lab is busy cooking up one of the core components that autonomous vehicles will need to keep you safe on the road.
TTFields therapy, developed by an Israeli scientist, delivers low-intensity alternating electric fields via a scalp device to inhibit cancer cells.
By day a patent lawyer, Sandy Colb dedicates the rest of his time to growing crops for Israel’s most vulnerable citizens.
In the dangerous war against poaching animals and natural resources in Africa, Israeli expertise is tipping the scales in favor of the good guys.
Manot Cave in Western Galilee yields unexpected find, providing new insights into the migration of modern humans out of Africa.