A decade after death of Ilan Ramon, Israel is ready to train a new astronaut.
Karev, Israel’s largest extracurricular program, brings a broad range of fun and educational activities to schools in 129 cities and towns.
Meet the Israeli-American company behind the amazing 3D printing technology that allows a disabled little girl to move her arms.
Amirim is a vegetarian holiday village with great views, easy access to holy sites, and a gastronomic reputation that makes salad stylish.
Predatory wasps and other beneficial insects are taking over for chemical pesticides on many crops grown in Israel’s fertile desert.
Thirty years on, the Jerusalem Scrabble Club meets weekly and boasts the most members of any Scrabble club in the world.
Technology turns therapeutic in a unique program at ALEH, Israel’s largest network of facilities for children with severe cognitive and physical disabilities.
Doron Polak, Israeli rep for the International Artists Museum, curates many exhibits and art events – including one that exposes his own nakedness.
How a population of fish indigenous to Israel and formerly classified as ‘extinct in the wild’ has been successfully returned to nature.
The finale earned the highest ratings for a single TV episode in Israeli history, capturing hearts and stomachs in Israel and abroad.