Blue-and-white technology with a green outlook could cheaply give mobility to thousands of people with disabilities.
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An industrial design student’s nifty invention for disaster scenes garnered lots of attention at Milan Design Week.
Smartype lets you see what you’re typing on a built-in screen, without shifting your eyes from keys to screen. It has apps, too.
The director of a natural medicine research center in Jerusalem says Israeli plants such as seaweed are ‘treasures’ waiting to reveal healing secrets.
Tamar Yaniv’s Preen.Me just raised $800,000 to make her site the go-to peer authority in the $60 billion cosmetics market.
‘Improving the world, for Israelis, is a way of life. Entering situations of uncertainty is less traumatic because that’s life here,’ says Roni Einav.
Tel Aviv’s older sister, built around an ancient seaport and in the midst of a revival, is not to be missed by tourists.
To open in 2014, the Eastern Mediterranean College will offer select students a chance to learn tools for the betterment of their home countries.
An early-stage Israeli invention could one day make the surgical biopsy obsolete.
Staying on a Mediterranean or low-carb diet gives long-lasting health benefits even if some weight is gained back, according to a new Israeli study.