Israeli startups raised $910 million through acquisitions and funding rounds in a seven-day period in January 2015.
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You don’t have to be an IDF veteran to get into the 8200 EISP accelerator; you just have to show exceptional entrepreneurial potential.
EnStorage’s low-cost unit stores more megawatts of power for a longer time — a major advance for wind- and solar-energy producers.
IsraAID runs a medical facility, an agriculture program, a youth empowerment center and a gender violence prevention program for Haitian women.
Where to hike, bike, run, skate, swim, dance and enjoy other athletic activities without spending a shekel.
‘This is the first study in which a systematic, theory-based intervention for parental involvement in teen driving was found to be effective.’
People come from all over the world to the Marzipan bakery in Jerusalem for its signature melt-in-your-mouth chocolate pastry.
Israelis are eager to share their expertise with a world that has been slow to legalize the medical use of marijuana.
Singlecue, one of CNN’s 36 coolest gadgets of 2014, is a simple gesture-recognition remote control for today’s smart home.
17-year-old Iddo Gino heads RapidPay, a year-old company providing a mobile payment platform for customers without a credit card.