Israeli automotive electronics company broadens commerce and economic ties with China.
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The Jerusalem International Book Fair, of course. The First Station complex hosts this literary extravaganza from February 8-12.
Developer of Na-Nose, which can sniff out cancer, proposes linking his groundbreaking diagnostic nanotechnology to a smartphone.
Lentil burgers, soy-based products and more vegetables added to soldiers’ dietary options.
Israel’s top chocolatiers to take part in three-day cocoa event at the Tachana complex, February 12-14, 2015.
First-ever international startup competition of its kind pits innovative companies from China, US, Europe, Latin America and Israel against one another.
Global leader in irrigation marks its 50th anniversary developing drip and micro-irrigation solutions to shape and advance agriculture.
Australia’s PhytoTech Medical signs deal to develop a medical cannabis delivery system based on technology from Hebrew University.
Israeli architects Alon Baranowitz and Irene Kronenberg triumph over 4,000 architects from 35 countries in the International Space Design Award – Idea Tops competition.
Tel Aviv University’s Prof. Yosef Shiloh honored for research on cell survival and DNA stability.