A pair of Israeli brothers promotes the Brazilian martial art among the ultra-Orthodox population.
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Revolutionary shock-absorbing SoftWheel technology is rolling out for wheelchairs, bicycles and eventually everything else on wheels.
Israeli smartphone technology takes the frustration out of communication for kids and adults who have difficulty making themselves understood.
‘In the world of martial-arts competitions, I have never felt anxious — not about performing in front of an audience, and not about getting injured.’
Launched in 2010 with a single storybook app, Tel Aviv-based TabTale has rocketed to the top 10 list of global publishers of mobile games.
Twelve 9,000-year-old stone masks unearthed in the Judean Hills and desert are exhibited together for the first time ever, at the Israel Museum.
The annual Purim Zombie Walk – this year, on March 14 — brings out hundreds of undead revelers to the streets of Tel Aviv.
After a mastectomy, Michelle Kolath-Arbel of Israel learned to make lifelike silicone nipples, and founded Pink Perfect to sell them worldwide.
‘It was hard for me to believe that an organ that cannot be replaced would so severely lack a system to help it heal,’ says Prof. Michal Schwartz.
New disruptive technology developed by Israeli startup Azure PCR could make diagnosis of illness – whether it’s viral, bacterial or even fungal – instant.