ISRAEL21c brings you eight awesome ideas for celebrating the Festival of Lights in Israel, where it all happened back in the year 165.
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‘Having a good idea is only a fraction of what it takes to succeed,’ says Dov Moran, one of Israel’s most prolific entrepreneurs.
Once-a-month treatment for multiple sclerosis, and painkiller Tapentadol, gain US patents – inching Israeli pharma company closer to the market.
At Jerusalem’s Yad LaKashish-Lifeline for the Old, handcrafting Hanukkah gift
items helps immigrant pensioners remain productive members of society.
Siebenberg House in Jerusalem’s Old City sits atop revealed treasures of Jewish history, most notably a palatial residence of Hanukkah’s hero family.
A smart unit from an Israeli water-tech company modulates water pressure to prevent leakage, and alerts users to leaks already present.
Surfing is all the rage along Israel’s 186-mile Mediterranean coastline.
Best known for his iconic images of American pro athletes, the kibbutz-born artist
and his wife run a successful fine-arts studio and school in Chicago.
Tel Aviv’s first ever Doggie Run gets pet owners and their dogs out into the sunshine for a good workout and lots of fun.
Thanks to a constantly modernizing banking sector, Israel is among the world’s leaders when it comes to women in the financial arena.