Israeli engineering is behind LifeWatch V, a phone that performs and analyzes a range of self-tests and generates medical reports.
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A five-year agreement will bring 1,000 Nanjing municipal officials and executives to study Israeli entrepreneurship and innovation.
Adding to its world-renowned interactive exhibitions on blindness and deafness, the unique museum tackles the topic of growing old.
A new Israeli study shows that people can learn new behaviors while fast asleep, prompted by their senses of smell and hearing.
Zao combines the appeal of cash rewards and the reach of social networking to fill job vacancies fast.
Inbal Pezaro makes a splash at the London 2012 Paralympics, taking the podium in her first two swimming competitions.
Israel’s researchers are making inroads against the devastating and fatal condition through brain science, drugs and memory enhancement.
The Jerusalem-based company that invented the Wind Tulip unveils a device to create hydroelectricity inside municipal water pipes.
If you can play games, share referrals, recognize friends and purchase gifts through Facebook, it’s probably thanks to an Israeli startup. ISRAEL21c brings you the top 10 apps.