Israeli-designed solar-powered light fixtures are lighting up the moribund nights of Africa, South America and beyond.
Weizmann Institute’s unique field lab is part of a ‘microarcheology’ approach that puts natural science to work for Israeli archeologists.
A high-level delegation from the southern state came home with 50 specific joint projects already in the works.
Temperamentally Israelis and Japanese are near-polar opposites, but the Japanese could learn much from Israel’s 21st century economic success story.
A 26-year-old Israeli is teaching children advanced skills through guided play with toy building bricks. Now he’s been named entrepreneur of the year by an international organization.
The Bloomfield Science Museum is training hundreds of third- through sixth-grade ‘Green Ambassadors’ to care for their city’s environment.
A house with an Arab and Jewish history now serves as a center for a range of coexistence programs in the mixed city of Ramle.
‘Cooperation between us is not a choice, but a must, if we want to build a future. We can’t do that without empowering the Bedouin community.’
Kulanana’s after-school programs aim to engender a unified sense of citizenship among Israel’s diverse ethnic populations.
United Hatzalah, Israel’s only national all-volunteer emergency response organization, gets local medics to patients by foot or moped in a hurry. Arab and Jewish volunteer medics outside the Hatzalah headquarters in Jerusalem. When the all-volunteer first-response medical organization Hatzalah starting …