Israeli scientists find novel approaches to tap into the potential of this slimy plantlike organism for fuel, nutrition and innovative medical therapies.
Israeli company makes a mini-sewage plant to help small wineries, olive oil and cheese-makers deal with the pollutants from their industries.
The director of a natural medicine research center in Jerusalem says Israeli plants such as seaweed are ‘treasures’ waiting to reveal healing secrets.
An Arab-Israeli group is recycling traditional Arabic construction techniques for keeping a house cool in summer, warm in winter.
Israel’s Flow Industries makes an ‘air gun’ for clearing industrial blockages, and it may also provide a better way to extract shale oil.
Extract from a hardy Holy Land species of bush forms the basis of a new natural insect repellent being tested in Israeli greenhouses.
Nobody believed it would work, but an Israeli cycling enthusiast thought otherwise.
The Better Air system infuses indoor air with probiotics, leaving no room for germs and allergens to cause illness and body odor.
New Israeli energy company gets power from sides A and B of solar panels. Another ‘b,’ the element boron, maximizes efficiency.
The Jerusalem-based company that invented the Wind Tulip unveils a device to create hydroelectricity inside municipal water pipes.