‘We must learn how to leverage our culture of entrepreneurship in high-tech and look 10 years ahead to cope with competition,’ says chief scientist at business confab.
‘My name is Tamir Grinberg, I’m 18, I’m from Tel Aviv, and I do music.’ That may be the understatement of the year.
Renen Schorr explains how Jerusalem’s Sam Spiegel Film and Television School saved Israel’s film industry and propelled it to international acclaim.
Structural biologist Ron Diskin was part of a groundbreaking HIV research team at Caltech. Now he’s back home, building a new lab at the Weizmann Institute.
‘Having a good idea is only a fraction of what it takes to succeed,’ says Dov Moran, one of Israel’s most prolific entrepreneurs.
Best known for his iconic images of American pro athletes, the kibbutz-born artist
and his wife run a successful fine-arts studio and school in Chicago.
Thanks to a constantly modernizing banking sector, Israel is among the world’s leaders when it comes to women in the financial arena.
Prof. Malka Schaps may be the first ultra-Orthodox woman to climb this high on the professional academic ladder.
Our inaugural Journey to Israel trip presented the startup nation in a whole new light focused on innovation in every sector of society.
“The car is the only place in the world you can die just because you’re listening to the wrong kind of music,” says researcher Warren Brodsky, who is gaining international attention for his work.