Dr. Pinchas Halpern’s advice to Boston hospitals on mass casualty incidents was one of the factors in their successful handling of April 15 casualties.
American social promoter Jay Shultz unites the White City’s young professional English-speaking community.
He cut his entrepreneurial teeth in his dad’s Carmel Market stall, got a Harvard MBA and founded the largest site for trading in electronics.
Ilya Grad was recently crowned the world’s best Thai boxer as well as one of the world’s 50 most gorgeous and talented Jewish men.
Chefs born in Israel are cooking and baking their way to fame in the fine-dining world of the United States and United Kingdom.
The president will get a high-tech glimpse of some of Israel’s most exciting products of the future, plus a unique nanotech gift.
She has a PhD and a black belt, but where Kira Radinsky is really making her mark is in Microsoft disaster-prediction software.
Pharmacist, philanthropist and family man, Dr. Fischer tells ISRAEL12c about his products’ recent debut in the US market.
An Israeli professor is part of an international team building the world’s most comprehensive repository of data from drug studies to treat schizophrenia and depression.
Gal Sharon was recently elected first VP of the International Police Association – a first for a woman and an Israeli.