How Israel’s biggest eye-sore is being turned into a massive public park and recycling education center.
Two Israel Air Force vets are behind the Selman Surgical Rehearsal Platform that lets neurosurgeons practice for difficult cases.
The World Bank asked the Galilee International Management Institute to work with students from the Kenya School of Monetary Studies.
Israel may seem an unlikely home for professional winter sports, but Israel’s first-ever skeleton racer is hoping to make his debut at the 2014 Winter Olympics.
ISRAEL21c takes you on a tour of MadaTech, Israel’s National Museum of Science, Technology and Space in Haifa.
From lighting candles, to spinning tops and jelly donuts, Jerusalem’s cold Old City streets come alive at the winter festival of light.
A freak accident nearly drowned her three years ago. Now Jasmine Feingold, 23, is paddling toward the 2016 Olympics.
A new graduate of Ben-Gurion University’s Medical School for International Health founds a program to streamline healthcare for African migrants.
Israeli scientists find a way to generate millimeter rays and use them to render cancer cells incapable of reproducing.
A revolutionary new seed treatment from Morflora could improve the world’s agricultural output, without the need for worrying genetic engineering.