As Israel marks its 66th year of statehood, ISRAEL21c takes a look at 18 lifesaving innovations from the startup nation.
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Israel-based Freightos seeks to update and streamline the world’s $4 trillion dollar freight industry over land, rail, air and water.
Gili Rozin Tamam and Adi Gal’s funky MeDusa plastic handbags and jewelry have become a favorite of fashion bloggers and are selling worldwide by the bagful.
Israeli university experiments with coffee waste on rooftop garden. Will the plants get a buzz?
It’s worth a trip to the Golan Heights to see the tallest waterfall in Israel and the stunning scenery around the Hermon-Banias Nature Reserve.
According to Israeli research, early stages of type 1 diabetes could be effectively treated with an anti-inflammatory protein.
Cybereason adds a novel approach to the growing field of countering dangers posed by sophisticated hackers.
Tel Aviv’s 3D Factory sets a global trend with a do-it-yourself ‘experience store’ where anyone can print an actual object from a computer design.
Israel’s RDD Pharma is developing novel therapeutics for gastro and anorectal disorders people are embarrassed to discuss with their doctors.
Lantern Library is giving storybooks to children in all Arab, Bedouin and Druze kindergartens and special-education Israeli schools, and some preschools.