In the Galilee, a Muslim and a kibbutznik open a swanky ice cream parlor where the common language is the sound of a lick.
Israel’s Tonara flips sheet-music pages automatically, and offers many other features to make learning an instrument easier.
An Israeli neurologist compiled studies on patients who suddenly started drawing, sculpting or writing while on dopamine-stimulating drugs.
Paris-based Arik Levy has long believed that his Israeli Jewish identity contributes to his artistic versatility.
Strong, opinionated, unapologetic, confident – directors know that when they hire Inbar Lavi, star of MTV’s Underemployed, they’re getting an Israeli.
The new Green Roofs Ecology Center in Haifa is the first of its kind in the Middle East and one of the first globally to focus on biodiversity.
Need books for a desert island? Take them all, and pay only for what you read with this new Israeli app.
2012 was a year of innovation and progress. To celebrate the New Year, ISRAEL21c looks back at the top stories of the year.
‘A stable, loving environment, food in their stomachs every day and a place they can go to sleep every night knowing they will be safe in the morning.’
Not yet out of the lab, Hervana’s non-hormonal, long-acting and non-invasive birth control solution could be a game-changer for women in developing countries.