Novelist David Ehrlich shares banana bread and personal reflections with ISRAEL21c at Tmol-Shilshom, the business he started in 1994.
First she broke a glass ceiling and then she invented a nano-coating that makes glass repel dust and keeps ice from adhering to airplanes.
Yossi Kabessa’s proposed biosensors made of engineered bacteria are getting worldwide attention for their potential to detect pollutants in city waterworks.
Ranan Lachman stopped spending big bucks for construction toys and started Pley, an online rental service of LEGO. An Israeli R&D center may follow.
Debby Elnatan invented Upsee for her son with CP, launched a program for families of special-needs kids, and harmonizes all her activities with music.
Itzhak Perlman was back in his native land to run the Perlman Music Program for 13- to 19-year-old string players from Israel and abroad.
Children who lack verbal skills can now send and receive messages on their mobile devices by using Ola Mundo’s pictorial symbols.
‘When I started to be involved in the world of digital printing, there was very little public information on how to make the inks, so I had to learn from scratch.’
Cybereason adds a novel approach to the growing field of countering dangers posed by sophisticated hackers.
Possible new treatment approach suggested by Arab-Israeli pediatrician’s discovery of how interrupted sleep speeds the spread of cancer.