CEO of CyberSpark in Beersheva talks to ISRAEL21c about the transformation of Israel’s largest desert city into a cyber-tech innovation capital.
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Jordan River rafting, pedal-boating in the park, cruising the Sea of Galilee, kayaking in the Red Sea – whatever floats your boat is possible in Israel.
‘Even children are thirsty to do some basic things like playing with wires and turning on an engine or a light,’ says the founder of Steve’s Garage clubs.
With apologies to Duke Ellington, it don’t mean a thing if it ain’t got that Tel Aviv swing.
In her lab at Hadassah Medical Center’s gene therapy institute, Rinat Abramovitch discovered why fresh vs. donor blood is better for liver surgery patients.
Shade yourself under the solar-panel canopy, recharge your devices, surf the Net, have a cool drink – courtesy of the sun and Israeli ingenuity.
A significant study by Israeli, American and Swedish researchers pins the blame for type 1 diabetes on a virus contracted by mothers during pregnancy.
Farmers from California to China have a new Israeli tool in the struggle to assure food security in coming decades.
Platforms matching personal chefs with the lunchtime crowd and the dinnertime rush in central Israel will soon be testing the waters in North America.