Twelve 9,000-year-old stone masks unearthed in the Judean Hills and desert are exhibited together for the first time ever, at the Israel Museum.
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The annual Purim Zombie Walk – this year, on March 14 — brings out hundreds of undead revelers to the streets of Tel Aviv.
After a mastectomy, Michelle Kolath-Arbel of Israel learned to make lifelike silicone nipples, and founded Pink Perfect to sell them worldwide.
‘It was hard for me to believe that an organ that cannot be replaced would so severely lack a system to help it heal,’ says Prof. Michal Schwartz.
New disruptive technology developed by Israeli startup Azure PCR could make diagnosis of illness – whether it’s viral, bacterial or even fungal – instant.
A selection of companies previously featured on ISRAEL21c traveled to Washington to wow the largest gathering of America’s pro-Israel community.
You may never have heard of this Israeli gesture-recognition tech, but it’s built inside 20 million devices – maybe one you already own.
The Rabin Center and Israeli Museum in Ramat Aviv has an innovative way of illustrating each decade of Yitzhak Rabin’s life.
For people with disabilities, Sesame Enable turns a smartphone or iPad into a machine that recognizes face movements and hand gestures.
ISRAEL21c went out onto the streets of Tel Aviv and Jaffa to ask people to dance – the results were unbelievable.