An eighth-place finish in Europe qualified the brand-new Israeli national lacrosse squad to compete in the 2014 World Lacrosse Championship.
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Unique 42 km hiking and biking trail circling Beersheva wins third place in annual environmental competition.
New set-top box developed for South Korean company transforms any regular TV into a smartTV controlled with just a wave of the hand.
The Israeli mathematician Maria Chudnovsky, now a professor at Columbia University, won a $500,000 ‘genius grant.’
An international team of scientists led by Israeli researchers has developed a method for detecting galaxies of stars that formed when the universe was still in its infancy – during the first 180 million years of its existence.
Bezalel Academy of Arts and Design 2011 graduate, Yoram Cohen, was the only Israeli chosen to screen his work at the Ottawa International Animation Festival.
Ra’anana-based company aims to expand its development program and increase marketing worldwide.
Against the backdrop of tensions in the south, four Gazan children are getting lifesaving treatment at Rambam Medical Center in Haifa.
Israel’s AquaMaof Aquaculture Technologies chose Poland as the best location for Europe’s largest fish farm. It will breed tilapia, or the biblical St. Peter’s fish in an environmentally friendly way.
First BRAIN Prize is to be awarded at the Global Brain Technology Conference in 2013.