Other events this year in Israel: A vegan cookout for Independence Day and a Vegan-Mobile traveling the length of the country.
Prof. Hossam Haick, the Technion’s rising star in nanotechnology, believes the young Arab generation is thirsting for advanced scientific knowledge.
Jerusalem-based Aerodentis offers a high-tech alternative to clunky orthodontic braces, and you only wear it while you’re sleeping.
The call-and-messaging startup just acquired for $900 million never got a cent in VC funds, and is based in Cyprus though its founders are Israeli.
‘People can hear certain Israeli elements in our music, but we all just speak the language of music, and that has no borders or boundaries,’ says the saxophonist.
Former Keter plastics executives turn their expertise into a humanitarian project to help millions of disabled children in developing countries get to school.
A new air-tight system for administering hazardous drugs is made in Israel and distributed in hospitals and clinics worldwide.
The free Israeli phone and Web app aims to bring the engagement factor from social networks offline and into actual neighborhoods across the world.
He never finished high school, but that has not kept this daring Israeli entrepreneur from international fame for his ‘Paranoid’ software.
Israel’s leading eldercare, rehab and social-welfare NGO is ‘constantly evaluating the immediate needs in Israeli society in social welfare and healthcare.’