How one man’s determination to make a safe social network for his daughter led to Nipagesh/NetoKids, a product adopted by schools in Israel and abroad.
Order a skyTran two-person transport pod, punch in your destination and soar above traffic on a magnetized guideway. A demo system is going up at Israel Aircraft Industries, and soon in Tel Aviv and beyond.
People seeking relief from chronic skin, respiratory and joint conditions benefit from the unique solar and mineral properties found only at the Dead Sea.
Novelist David Ehrlich shares banana bread and personal reflections with ISRAEL21c at Tmol-Shilshom, the business he started in 1994.
One of Japan’s largest medical device manufacturers will distribute the EndoPAT as its leading product for assessing the risk of cardiovascular events.
Real Imaging’s no-radiation, no-contact screening device could offer a lifesaving alternative to mammography for millions of women with dense breast tissue.
Is there a mermaid in Kiryat Yam? What is the ancient 600-year-old wheel of ghosts in the Golan Heights? And where are the Maccabees really buried?
Beit Issie Shapiro shares International Play Association’s 2014 Right to Play Award with a community play project in Iraq and a play garden in Czechoslovakia.
CuBox, the smallest computer ever, is made in Israel by an Arab-Israeli company aiming to power the Internet of Things.
First she broke a glass ceiling and then she invented a nano-coating that makes glass repel dust and keeps ice from adhering to airplanes.