Israeli research and development in traditional areas like agriculture technologies are crystallizing into new market areas for cannabis.
Think you can tell your nafnaf from your kif kef? Take our fiendish Independence Day quiz of 25 questions and find out just how much you really know.
The Salad Trail in the Negev encourages visitors to get a feel for the land and its produce.
Actually, it’s a whole herd. And now you can visit them at Gazelle Valley, a new urban nature park built around the resident flora and fauna.
Gigawatt Global plans a 7.5-megawatt solar PV field to produce enough electricity for 60,000 households in Burundi’s Gitega region.
Joint Israeli-American ‘precise breeding’ project is working toward extending the shelf-life of petunias, one of the world’s favorite flowers.
Street Capture’s one-off furniture made from graffiti pays homage to Tel Aviv’s old-school craftsmen and young street culture.
Israel’s G.A.L. Water Technologies sends its new mobile water purification system to the parched Pacific island at the request of the Foreign Ministry.
Minister of Agriculture visits Israel’s BioBee to learn how natural predators such as sterile fruit flies can reduce use of chemicals on food crops.