An Israeli study funded by the Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation clears a major barrier to enabling safe transplants between species.
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This summer at the Land of Israel Museum: Tales in the Sand, 15 lifelike sculptures of characters from the biblical Samson to Alice in Wonderland.
Some of Israel’s best water play can be found at the foothills of the Gilboa mountain range.
About 100 women are enrolled in classes at Bride of the Sea, learning new skills such as bookkeeping, home finances, computers and English.
Drones that monitor farms, a camera that shows what’s happening behind you, and technology to make the next Olympic Games safer were all on display in the 10th annual Bynet Expo in Tel Aviv.
Guaranteed cool breezes make the capital city a hot spot for after-dark summer fun.
Eli Beer and Murad Alyan win a $10,000 prize for peace for their work leading an Israeli all-volunteer emergency response organization.
A new Israeli approach to providing sight to people with vision impairment uses a technique known as sensory substitution.
Israel is building more birding centers, a new conservation center, and an urban wetland in the heart of Tel Aviv to protect birds, and attract international bird-watchers.
Israeli researchers identify protein that the influenza virus uses to overcome the body’s immune system.