From research to social and educational programs, Israel excels in the struggle to understand autism and help families deal with this developmental disorder.
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‘I enjoyed learning about how direct Israelis are, and the laid-back work environment that helps promote creativity,’ says one visiting US student.
Climate change and deforestation may be to blame for a reported increase in lightning strikes and death by lightning, says Israeli professor.
When designer Sharon Tal returned to Tel Aviv after three years at Alexander McQueen, she revived Maskit for the sake of her career and her homeland.
Aniways tech makes it easier to add emoticons to chats, along with a monetizing tool for app developers and a fun way for brands to interact with customers.
Jerusalem’s Issamar Ginzberg is a successful business strategist, marketing consultant and speaker who proves you can’t judge a book by its cover.
Debby Elnatan’s Upsee, designed to help her own son walk tethered to an adult, could be the answer to many parents’ prayers for children with disabilities.
An Israeli plastic surgeon invented Orbix, an ‘internal bra’ to help heavy breasts fight the pull of gravity.
Two innovative college programs are making inroads in preparing Ethiopian-Israelis for professional careers.
Israel’s capital city hosted a major European junior fencing competition for the first time, attracting more than 900 athletes.