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.
Jerusalem’s Ma’aleh film school has developed a unique course that trains therapists how to use video to rebuild lives.
Since 1948, Israel has set itself a task of finding creative solutions to some of the world’s most pressing problems. To celebrate Israel’s 65th birthday, ISRAEL21c looks at some of the best achievements.
Karev, Israel’s largest extracurricular program, brings a broad range of fun and educational activities to schools in 129 cities and towns.
Technology turns therapeutic in a unique program at ALEH, Israel’s largest network of facilities for children with severe cognitive and physical disabilities.
“I am convinced that the most brilliant, freshest new minds in Israeli science are going to come from the periphery.’
Israel’s Grandmaster Chess Research Project is a one-of-a-kind initiative to develop a novel academic approach to the skills and culture of chess.
Mindojo will allow people to create an online course that automatically adapts to each student’s needs and learning style.