Israeli artists have developed new bus stop libraries available free of charge to commuters and travelers across the country.
Two Arab-Israeli engineers have developed a 2x2x2-inch computer, which is the smallest in the world. The CuBox-i, sells for just $55 and is made by Israeli company, SolidRun.
Israel's Gigawatt Global is to build a 7.5-megawatt solar PV field to produce enough electricity for 60,000 households in Burundi's Gitega region. Today only 4% of the population in Burundi have access to electricity.
New Yorkers are finding parking in their city a great deal easier with a new Israeli app called Pango that lets users locate, book and pay for parking spots via their smartphone. Other US cities in Arizona and Pennsylvania are also using the system.
The Waldorf-Astoria luxury hotel in Jerusalem hired eco-builders from a tiny kibbutz in Israel’s Negev Desert to provide the interior touches.
The technology for AOL Instant Messenger was developed in 1996 by four young Israelis.
Children injured in the school siege in Beslan, Russia in 2004 were able to convalesce at an Israeli coastal resort in Ashkelon – at the invitation of that city’s mayor.
Israel has one of the world’s only playgrounds totally suitable for special needs children.
Israel was the first nation in the world to adopt the Kimberly process, an international standard that certifies diamonds as “conflict free.
A small Israel company called Lenslet has developed a revolutionary electro-optic processor which operates one thousand times faster than any known Digital Signal Processor.