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.
Patients flock to Dr. Ora Golan’s beachside clinic hoping to be freed from anxiety, marital woes, ADD and all types of phobias.
Inbal Pezaro makes a splash at the London 2012 Paralympics, taking the podium in her first two swimming competitions.