From the first blood test for cancer to inventions that can save your life, and a reinvented wheel, we look back at some of our most exciting stories of the year.
BGU professor wins Bill & Melinda Gates grant to continue his years-long fight to wipe out parasitic infections in Ethiopia.
With his son’s life on the line, Ilan Ganot founded Solid Ventures to identify, acquire and develop therapies for Duchenne muscular dystrophy.
Walk across the campus and you’ll see Muslim women in head scarves, Jewish men with kippot and everything in between.
The Arab Museum of Contemporary Art and Heritage will also serve as a place for dialogue and inter-cultural cooperation.
Interfaith clergy and seminarians at Jerusalem’s Faith and Ecology Conference pledge to step up environmental stewardship.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry unveils its latest tactic to help neighboring African continent fight the deadly viral epidemic.
Beleaguered Sderot wakes up to a social vision of sustainable student housing and an infusion of young volunteers.
Classics such as ‘Goldilocks’ are now accessible via iPad to American kids with hearing impairment, thanks to the Israeli project eMotion Stories.
Anita Shkedi is teaming with WatchPAT maker to prove that horseback riding is an effective therapy for post-traumatic stress disorder.