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An Israeli study shows that training the fovea may help many people who suffer from ‘visual crowding.’
Human guides are great, but these Israeli apps put a wealth of information and navigation at the fingertips of DIY tourists in Holy Land.
Tzameret, 49, and Tom, 28, craft scarves, shawls and sweaters from natural cotton, linen, wool, bamboo and soy in their Jaffa workspace.
Notal Vision’s ForeseeHome, invented and made in Israel, allows critical at-home daily monitoring of a disease that can quickly lead to vision loss.
Tel Aviv is well known for its gay tolerance and nightlife, but it’s also home base for a unique charity run by LGBT people for anyone needing help.
Israel’s BioFishency provides a plug-and-play product to cut down on water usage and produce healthier fish. A beta site is to be set up in Jericho.
‘When I started to be involved in the world of digital printing, there was very little public information on how to make the inks, so I had to learn from scratch.’
As Israel marks its 66th year of statehood, ISRAEL21c takes a look at 18 lifesaving innovations from the startup nation.
Israel-based Freightos seeks to update and streamline the world’s $4 trillion dollar freight industry over land, rail, air and water.