The holy city may be landlocked, but that doesn’t mean it has to be fun-blocked. A manmade beach opened this summer.
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‘Everybody touching Ebola should be outfitted with our highly anti-viral fabric from head to toe,’ asserts Argaman Technologies cofounder.
New wound-care products are easing patients’ pain and winning fans among healthcare providers worldwide.
The 480 caves of Beit Guvrin-Maresha, Israel’s newest UNESCO World Heritage Site, are very cool – in more ways than one.
Hula-hooping is the hottest new dance and fitness craze to hit Tel Aviv’s public squares and beaches, and even missiles didn’t stop the action.
Study: A protein called Erbin plays a role in abnormal heart enlargement, which is one side effect of a common drug to treat breast cancer.
Residents of the badly hit southern city tell ISRAEL21c how they managed to keep fear at bay through this long summer of sirens and missiles.
An Israeli graduate student devises anti-slime coating for boxes used to transport fruits and vegetables to market.
Though the routine of school starting on September 1 is welcomed by most Israelis, the emotional wounds of summer are still fresh.
Israel’s first private space startup, Effective Space Solutions, says it will be ready to move misplaced satellites into the correct orbit in 18 months.