No nation has invested more in water technology than Israel. With California facing chronic drought, major cooperative measures are taking root.
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A new algorithmic system developed at an Israeli university gives drivers hard data to assess and correct their driving and talking-while-driving habits.
Israel didn’t just send medical and rescue staff to Nepal in the wake of the earthquake, it also sent therapeutic clowns.
Social-action program identifies gifted students from periphery towns and trains them to fill an increasing demand for cyber-tech professionals.
Planning a trip to Israel? Be sure to include these experiences on your must-do list.
The BVM (bag valve mask) is one of an emergency responder’s main tools. Israeli paramedics designed the world’s first ‘pocket’ version of this lifesaver.
Not just an art installation, the murals are part of a new cultural project to bring new life to the marketplace when shops are closed.
‘Though 2014 was a hallmark year for Israeli startups, we are far from reaching the industry’s full potential.’ Chief Scientist Avi Hasson.
Sensilize provides drone-enabled color imaging of fields as well as interpreted maps to enable optimal agricultural decisions.
OffBits is all about recycling spare bits and pieces and making them into fun, original toys for a fresh take on creativity and play.