Israel is a powerhouse in medical innovation. We give you a dozen standouts from a field with many exciting, game-changing candidates.
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The new trend in home accommodations is wildly popular in Israel’s major cities, thanks to Internet sites listing residential sublets.
Ethiopian immigrants make Yvel’s Megemeria collection sold around the world, and at the same time create a trade for themselves.
Israel’s NowForce application can turn a dozen or more smartphones into an emergency response fleet.
A unique new glue, inspired by algae, was developed to meet a need in vascular surgery but could be used for any operation.
‘We want to be the content discovery application tool for social media. This is something that hasn’t been discovered yet,’ says Israeli cofounder.
‘In LA, we hide our nuts like squirrels and don’t enjoy our day-to-day as much as Israelis do,’ observes musician and screenwriter Madelyn Deutch.
Arieh Warshel and Michael Levitt are the 11th and 12th Israelis to win a prestigious Nobel Prize in the country’s 65-year history, and the fifth and sixth to win the award in chemistry.
Just after the Israeli-American power company opens a massive plant in California, its new one in Israel will begin generating solar energy.
Israel’s scientists are behind a range of innovations that dramatically improve eyesight or quality of life for people with vision impairments.