Israel’s LOTEM built a unique accessible eco-farm and hiking trail so that people with disabilities can enjoy the great outdoors.
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Israel’s third-largest city has the most number of bakeries per person in the country. Come and see the treats awaiting you in Haifa.
Aside from its many religious pilgrimage sites for Jews and Christians, Tiberias is a prime location for water recreation.
Some of the best brains in Israel will spend the next 10 years devoted to a multinational effort to advance the understanding of the human mind.
‘Tag shows that Israel has a tremendous amount of knowledge and expertise that can be shared and given to developing countries.’
Years of efforts by a team of experts turns Tel Aviv’s Yarkon River from a collapsed ecosystem into an attractive recreation and nature spot.
The newest pin on the Google-Israel map aims to contribute toward future Israeli tech innovation.
In Israel, breakfast is a smorgasbord of food featuring dishes from all over the world, and who says it’s just for the morning?
An Israeli professor is part of an international team building the world’s most comprehensive repository of data from drug studies to treat schizophrenia and depression.
Gal Sharon was recently elected first VP of the International Police Association – a first for a woman and an Israeli.