Childhood computer whiz turns his passion into a successful company that offers cloud-based PC management services.
Dr. Uri Yoel talks about his recent research, and the village for adults with special needs where he and his wife are raising their five kids.
Female geeks are a rare breed, and Bar has made a splash with Geekmedia, VentureGeeks and Geektime blog, now debuting in English.
The 37-year-old designer is stitching a new culture of style that will get people talking.
‘My success is just having the courage to do things,’ says Tomer Hen, who employs 13 people (all older than himself) in his global consultancy.
Israeli researcher Elana Zion Golumbic sheds light on how we are able to focus our attention on one speaker in a noisy environment.
Dr. Pinchas Halpern’s advice to Boston hospitals on mass casualty incidents was one of the factors in their successful handling of April 15 casualties.
American social promoter Jay Shultz unites the White City’s young professional English-speaking community.
He cut his entrepreneurial teeth in his dad’s Carmel Market stall, got a Harvard MBA and founded the largest site for trading in electronics.
Ilya Grad was recently crowned the world’s best Thai boxer as well as one of the world’s 50 most gorgeous and talented Jewish men.