Israeli innovation isn’t just limited to high-tech, it also extends to the development of some of the world’s most popular new fruits and vegetables.
Mapal breaks into British market with its unique system for faster and more efficient treatment of wastewater.
Israeli company Neomatix lets car and truck drivers head for the road on properly inflated tires, without leaving the driver’s seat.
A new Israeli app aims to revolutionize the way we get about on public transportation.
Seems odd to find shrimp at the Jerusalem zoo, but these critically endangered shellfish are part of a breeding program to save them from extinction.
Researchers from the Technion and Al Quds University will cooperate to find ways of ridding wastewater of pharmaceutical residues.
Coastline development restrictions already exist in the rulebooks, but an Israeli legal eagle is determined to see to it that they are enforced.
The latest water-tech idea out of Israel is a solar device that provides clear drinking water with no need for infrastructure or electricity.
Since 1948, Israel has set itself a task of finding creative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. To celebrate Israel’s 65th birthday, ISRAEL21c looks at some of the best achievements.
Despite crowd-funding failure, an Israeli company is pressing ahead with a project to convert the Galapagos Islands to solar energy.