Shortly after leaving Paris for Israel at age 18, Edouard Cukierman began building cross-continental economic bridges. He’s now chairman of the largest investment team in Israel.
‘The sun is the only solution I can see — the only one,’ says Karni, who has pioneered three separate solar technologies.
Artist Dina Merhav produces skyscraping sculptures of birds and angels, which can be seen in outdoor spaces all over the world.
Bedouin woman with a marketing degree from London goes home to the Negev desert to make natural products based on grandma’s recipes.
Technion graduate and Columbia professor Maria Chudnovsky will get $100,000 every year for the next five years to use as she pleases.
Cake maven Ron Ben-Israel opens the third season of the Food Network’s competition among pastry chefs.
Blue-and-white technology with a green outlook could cheaply give mobility to thousands of people with disabilities.
‘Improving the world, for Israelis, is a way of life. Entering situations of uncertainty is less traumatic because that’s life here,’ says Roni Einav.
Ayala Moriel’s sense for Middle Eastern scents helped her create a unique line of natural perfumes for women and men.
The only female professional magician in Israel, Dahlia Pelled is president of the Israeli Society of Magicians, and CEO of a successful business.