Yossi Kabessa’s proposed biosensors made of engineered bacteria are getting worldwide attention for their potential to detect pollutants in city waterworks.
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The sprawling Tel Aviv University campus was one of many locations explored during Open House Tel Aviv, May 22-24.
‘I think a lot of the wearables will come out of Israel,’ predicts Robert Scoble, one of America’s most highly regarded tech evangelists.
Personalized online program from father-son owners of bedwetting clinics in Israel, London and NY extends reach of 30-year-old approach.
Tel Aviv’s urban oasis offers a surprisingly green and tranquil experience in the middle of the big city.
Ecoppia’s solution clears dust from energy-generating panels every night, without human intervention and without a drop of precious water.
Israel is fast becoming one of the most exciting food destinations in the world as its melting pot of citizens creates an extraordinary culinary culture.
Octava Pink, a groundbreaking achievement in cancer detection, follows eight years of research at EventusDx in Jerusalem.
Israel’s summer music lineup includes Neil Young, The Rolling Stones, Lana Del Rey, Prodigy, Soundgarden, Paul Anka, CeeLo Green, Chicane and others.
‘There are women who want to run startups and they don’t get enough support. But things are looking up,’ says Yazamiyot founder.