This city of 114,000 people is known for its top-flight science but also for its family feel and nightlife.
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Israeli innovation isn’t just limited to high-tech, it also extends to the development of some of the world’s most popular new fruits and vegetables.
Dr. Uri Yoel talks about his recent research, and the village for adults with special needs where he and his wife are raising their five kids.
Looking for an effective strategy against a particularly deadly form of breast cancer, Weizmann scientists have a potential winner.
The ‘Take Away’ message from Israeli-Palestinian Y Theater duo is that theater can be a rehearsal for a better world.
Two Israeli startups, Roomer and Cancelon, help find a buyer for your cancelled room reservation so you won’t lose on fees and no-refund deals.
The latest high-tech Israeli firms to set up shop in China are translation app-maker Lexifone and software developer Matrix Global.
GE is banking on Oxitone wrist monitor to provide a heads-up for someone to get medical assistance before it’s too late.
An Israeli company is leading the digital glass printing revolution and turning buildings into beautiful pieces of art.
Female geeks are a rare breed, and Bar has made a splash with Geekmedia, VentureGeeks and Geektime blog, now debuting in English.