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.
Ever want to know what goes on behind the scenes at some of Israel’s biggest manufacturers? Now you can with ISRAEL21c’s pick of the best factory tours in the country.
‘Pixplit is the first app that uses the concept of connecting with people in the third degree of separation,’ says Israeli co-founder Jay Meydad.
Shortly after leaving Paris for Israel at age 18, Edouard Cukierman began building cross-continental economic bridges. He’s now chairman of the largest investment team in Israel.
Wacky, imaginative, and futuristic: Some of the coolest new interactive exhibitions and visitors centers in the world are being designed in Tel Aviv.
An Israeli software technologist introduces an independent learning and computer literacy tool she’s been developing since her teen was a tot.
Using the new complex science of DNA origami, an Israeli biologist folds genetic material into a unique targeted delivery system for drugs.