After making a mark in biotech and business, Israeli women are taking on the traditionally male-oriented world of high-tech.
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Real Imaging’s no-radiation, no-contact screening device could offer a lifesaving alternative to mammography for millions of women with dense breast tissue.
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.
Is there a mermaid in Kiryat Yam? What is the ancient 600-year-old wheel of ghosts in the Golan Heights? And where are the Maccabees really buried?
A new Israeli business accelerator is the world’s first exclusively for startups with products and services for people with disabilities.
CuBox, the smallest computer ever, is made in Israel by an Arab-Israeli company aiming to power the Internet of Things.
Could clowns one day replace painkillers and epidurals in hospital procedures? Israel’s medical clowning community thinks so.
The device learns the behavioral patterns of its users, automatically adjusting the A/C for greatest comfort and least energy waste.
First she broke a glass ceiling and then she invented a nano-coating that makes glass repel dust and keeps ice from adhering to airplanes.
The physician who founded the initiative wants to cure societal ills by getting people to work on their character traits and dialogue with ‘the other.’