With the aid of a homemade guide rail, Shlomi Lazmy regularly knocks down pins at a Holon bowling alley even though he can’t see them.
With the aid of a homemade guide rail, Shlomi Lazmy regularly knocks down pins at a Holon bowling alley even though he can’t see them. Photo by Leon Medalia Shlomi Lazmy sends a ball down the lane. The sound of …
He didn’t know beans about coffee, but Alon Halevy’s ‘Israeli can-do attitude’ gave him the confidence to write a book spanning 30 countries.
Float designer Zipi Ifat heads a team of carpenters, painters and welders who make the annual Holon Adloyada Purim Parade in Israel a smash hit.
How a radio ad and a psychic put Israeli native Rosi Golan on the path to a career writing songs heard on commercials, TV shows and movies.
Prof. Moussa Youdim is the driving force behind breakthrough drugs to slow the progression of Parkinson’s and Alzheimer’s, and continues to chalk up significant neurodegenerative drug innovations.
He’s only 18, but Ben Lang is already a serial entrepreneur. Now he’s co-founded Innovation Israel — a community for startups, entrepreneurs and investors.
‘There’s no reason to do archeology if you’re not having a good time,’ says Israel’s Prof. Aren Maeir.
Israeli-born architect Kobi Karp has projects from Abu Dhabi to Grenada, and won a competition to draw plans for a new medical school in Safed.