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.
What could be simpler than generating electricity for municipal water monitoring systems from the flow of the water itself? That’s the breakthrough idea of Israel’s HydroSpin.
Israel’s Greenlet system helps households and power companies monitor electricity usage and even power down certain appliances to avoid brownouts.
The Pachamama Alliance is a worldwide organization that aims to raise awareness of the environmental dangers facing planet Earth – from catastrophic climate change to the mass extinction of species. The Israeli arm of Pachamama has been schlepping the organization’s …
The Hula painted frog was considered a relic of history, until a vigilant park warden spotted the creature jumping back into existence.
Nitrates in drinking water pose serious health problems, but a new low-tech solution from Israel is coming to the rescue.
A massive inferno last December took a devastating toll on the northern Israeli biosphere, but there’s some good news 12 months later. Photos courtesy of the KKL-JNF archive Battling the December 2010 fire. Winter flowers are blooming in the Carmel …
Israel’s Eternegy can get 40 percent more power from the sun with lightweight solar energy trackers based on the principles of kite surfing.
Argan oil, the much-in-demand product of the endangered Moroccan argan tree, is now available in a hardy ‘super’ strain developed in Israel. Argan 100 is a “super” strain developed to grow in Israel. There isn’t much left for chefs to …