‘This will definitely contribute to a better and safer world,’ says inventor of a new non-polluting eco-sleeve for dispensing liquid products.
Israeli scientists puzzle over how an ancient stone structure twice the diameter of Stonehenge ended up in the Sea of Galilee.
Knee-T-Nol implant offers new hope to athletes suffering from a torn knee ligament.
Delegations from far and wide come to see the Israeli closed-loop cowshed ecosystem devised at the Volcani agricultural research organization.
A young Israeli venture fund from Israel aims to combine the best food and agro technology and innovators that Israel has to offer.
The company’s ‘smart’ water system keeps tabs on the quality of water in global cities and factories, and is now entering the swimming pool market.
The Israeli inventors took their ice-skating rink technology and put it into efficient air-conditioning systems used by businesses across the world.
About 100 women are enrolled in classes at Bride of the Sea, learning new skills such as bookkeeping, home finances, computers and English.
Drones that monitor farms, a camera that shows what’s happening behind you, and technology to make the next Olympic Games safer were all on display in the 10th annual Bynet Expo in Tel Aviv.
A new Israeli approach to providing sight to people with vision impairment uses a technique known as sensory substitution.