A sensor system from Israel monitors energy use throughout commercial spaces to slash expenses and keep users comfortable.
Israel’s largest service provider to the intellectually disabled community wins an inaugural prize for its Equal in Uniform program.
‘The sun is the only solution I can see — the only one,’ says Karni, who has pioneered three separate solar technologies.
‘Nothing would make us happier than finding the cure, and finding it in Israel,’ says co-chair of a US-Israeli joint research grant initiative.
Dodging missiles, Israeli distance-learning tech specialists bring laptops to pupils in bomb shelters.
Israel and Gaza may be fighting a bitter conflict, but at Wolfson Medical Center near Tel Aviv, children from Gaza get a new chance at survival.
Artist Dina Merhav produces skyscraping sculptures of birds and angels, which can be seen in outdoor spaces all over the world.
A new smart phone app from environmental NGO Zalul lets users know the health status of Israeli waterways, and puts pressure on polluters.
People are opening homes and hearts to residents of Israeli communities seeking respite from the constant missile attacks.
A Rotary Club program puts groups of Muslim and Jewish Israeli high school students together for 16 days of bonding in New England.