Since the start of Operation Protective Edge, Soroka Medical Center in Beersheva has treated 1,116 casualties — 740 soldiers, 376 civilians.
Operation Protective Edge has brought an expected dip in tourism, but not everyone is staying away. ISRAEL21c finds out why.
Whatever you’re into, this Israeli product anticipates your needs based on the time, where you are and what you’re doing.
A Belgian-Israeli Jew and a Dutch Muslim developed Israel Under Attack, a new computer tool for mapping rocket trajectories from Gaza.
The makeshift facility will treat mainly women, children and the elderly hurt during the current war in Gaza.
New Israeli subscription service Cups allows New Yorkers the privilege of drinking unlimited cups of coffee at selected cafés.
The device learns the behavioral patterns of its users, automatically adjusting the A/C for greatest comfort and least energy waste.
Octava Pink, a groundbreaking achievement in cancer detection, follows eight years of research at EventusDx in Jerusalem.
The XIN Center at Tel Aviv University will nurture future product ideas by Israeli and Chinese students in nanotech, biotech and energy.
The coveted award for tech innovation went to a record 10 Israeli companies this year. Find out which ones made the cut.