An Israeli research team discovers a mechanism whereby even tiny seemingly insignificant chemical changes in a creature can affect the ecology of the earth.
Once a barren strip of desert, the Arava today has some 600 farms supplying more than 60 percent of Israel’s exports of fresh vegetables and 10% of ornamentals.
Israel’s Metabolic Robots helps chicken and pig farmers cut the price of expensive grain while improving the animals’ welfare.
From drip irrigation to natural pesticides, Israeli innovations are helping to fill hungry bellies everywhere, but particularly in the developing world.
An Israeli evolutionary biologist finds hard evidence of global warming in the changes he’s found in wheat and barley plants.
Visitors from 115 countries are expected at Agritech Israel in mid-May. Now in its 18th year, the show is the go-to event for all the latest innovations in the industry.
As demand for dairy products in China increases rapidly, Chinese dairies turn to Israel for farm management technology and training.
New Israeli research demonstrates that plants can ‘eavesdrop’ on their neighbors through their roots, helping them to anticipate and prepare for dangers such as drought. Photo courtesy of Wiki Commons Pea plants can warn each other of danger. Plenty of …
A joint American-Israeli research project demonstrates for the first time how tiny particles of pollution dangerously affect the clouds.
Israeli researcher Avi Domb’s kit, sent aboard the space station Atlantis, shows how a polymer can cut into bacteria and neutralize it.