As the planet heats up, weather is becoming more extreme. Israeli professor, Colin Price, thinks his work tracking weather patterns could save lives.
Israeli research shows that most newly hatched fish are destined to die because of a physics-related inability to feed from their environment.
GreenIQ’s web app runs on the browser of any web-enabled device and automatically adjusts irrigation and lighting according to the forecast.
A promising Israeli technology fits inside ‘curtain walls’ and generates solar electricity for a high-rise building while allowing light inside.
One expert says experience with conflict could be a shaping force in defining Israel as the new clean-tech global leader.
Sustainability is the new construction watchword in Israel. Experts from the industry talk to ISRAEL21c about the new eco design sweeping the country.
The uManage platform from Israeli drip-irrigation pioneer Netafim gives growers all the real-time data needed to make the best decisions for their crops.
Astonishing nano-crystals from Israel’s Qlight will enhance the quality and colors of LCD screens and LED lights while reducing energy consumption.
Order a skyTran two-person transport pod, punch in your destination and soar above traffic on a magnetized guideway. A demo system is going up at Israel Aircraft Industries, and soon in Tel Aviv and beyond.
Israeli researchers were part of a Harvard study showing that crops of the future will contain fewer nutrients as a result of more CO2 in the air.