The two-seat City Transformer will solve several urban problems, running on a rechargeable battery and taking up no more parking space than a motorcycle.
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‘My name is Tamir Grinberg, I’m 18, I’m from Tel Aviv, and I do music.’ That may be the understatement of the year.
New Israeli tech toy takes kids away from screens and into books recorded by parents, grandparents or even themselves.
Jerusalemites get out their snow boots and sleds in preparation for snow as the heavens open up in the first storm of the season.
In Jerusalem, ALYN Hospital’s respiratory rehab staff pioneers socialization of physical therapy sessions for ventilated preschoolers and their parents.
Mass, baptism, concerts, trees, glitter – it’s all here in Israel.
In an upcoming space mission, the Vecoy platform – which tricks viruses into committing suicide – will be tested to see how it works in zero gravity.
Agricultural technology took center stage at the second annual Agrivest in Tel Aviv, drawing reps of major firms such as Monsanto and PepsiCo.
Jerusalem’s International Oud Festival marks its 14th year with songs and melodies from a cross-section of traditions.
Millions of the world’s lifts need overhauling. Israel’s Escalade can retrofit or install new intelligent systems that raise elevators to a whole new level.