New Israeli tech toy takes kids away from screens and into books recorded by parents, grandparents or even themselves.
In Jerusalem, ALYN Hospital’s respiratory rehab staff pioneers socialization of physical therapy sessions for ventilated preschoolers and their parents.
As part of their vocational curriculum, three students at Brooklyn’s Imagine
Academy are assembling Galilee Tisanes medicinal tea products.
Physical challenges are no match for Etgarim (Challenges), a non-profit that gets Israelis out of their wheelchairs for confidence-building outdoor activities.
More than 60,000 Jewish Scouts and 25,000 Arab Scouts participate across Israel, and a North American branch serves 2,000 Hebrew-speaking kids.
ISRAEL21c and the iCenter launch a new video and lesson plan to celebrate the unique work of Israeli scientist and ornithologist Yossi Leshem.
Chinese billionaire puts Israeli high-tech education on his Horizons, with a commitment to the Technion’s Israel campus and a new one in Shantou.
Israeli scientists puzzle over how an ancient stone structure twice the diameter of Stonehenge ended up in the Sea of Galilee.
A novel Israeli invention, MilkSense, non-invasively measures how much milk an infant gets from the breast. A baby scale is included in the kit.
Israeli supercomputer is matching up 200,000 text fragment images in historic breakthrough for ancient manuscript scholarship.