Developer of NASA-designed skyTran chose Israel as the perfect place to pilot the software-guided personal transport pods that glide on a cushion of air.
Supermodel Noa Tishby helps launch new Israel-based startup, Minit, for bare-bones video sharing via smartphone.
Smartype lets you see what you’re typing on a built-in screen, without shifting your eyes from keys to screen. It has apps, too.
An early-stage Israeli invention could one day make the surgical biopsy obsolete.
A video publishing platform turns content into a dynamic video with music, news feeds and a human-sounding narrator.
Telecomm, Internet, media and entertainment companies are the focus of a new Tel Aviv incubator with a $4 million investment.
A sophisticated Israeli brain-machine interface may one day help mute people express out loud the words they intend to say.
When the US Jet Propulsion Lab needed a special cooler for the Curiosity rover, it called a company housed on an Israeli kibbutz.
The top physics and math students in Israel are groomed for dazzling careers through an unusual military training program.
A five-year agreement will bring 1,000 Nanjing municipal officials and executives to study Israeli entrepreneurship and innovation.