Can Nadav Guedj be Eurovision’s ‘Golden Boy’?

Teenager represents Israel at the 2015 European song contest in Vienna, Austria.

8 fun facts about Shavuot in Israel

Israelis eat cheesecake, have water fights, show off their agriculture and learn all night on this holiday honoring the receipt of the Torah.

Why lighting bonfires is the secret spark behind Israel’s innovation

Guest blogger Inbal Arieli says Israeli moms foster risk-taking and adventurous play: On Lag B’Omer, it’s the children who build the bonfire.

How to use a bicycle pump to save lives

Israeli medical team in Nepal thinks up a low-tech solution to help villagers access treatment for respiratory ailments.

Professors holding babies go viral

Hebrew U. vice provost: ‘Israel is a very familial society, and it is not at all strange for young mothers to bring children to classes.’

Israel National Trail gets Google Street View

The 1,000-kilometer hiking route will be the longest trail photographed for Google Street View and the first one that runs the entire length of a country.

Why size doesn’t matter in the tech industry

Scale is not about number of employees; it’s about making a disruptive impact, says Microsoft Ventures Global Accelerator manager in Tel Aviv.

Come see what cans can be

Israel’s first Canstruction exhibit aims to raise awareness about food rescue, minimizing food waste and addressing hunger.

Israeli apps already ticking on Apple Watch

Glide, JoyTunes, 24me, TL;DR and Vonage among the made-in-Israel applications already available on Apple’s new wearable.

Sandboarding in the Negev

30-meter-high sand dunes offer perfect adventure thrill for families.