A proposed cross-border ecological park on the banks of the troubled Kishon River could repair more than the polluted water.
Girl power is on the rise at Israeli companies, as women take top posts in some of the largest and most influential institutions in the country.
Looking to revive their traditional Sámi tongue, Norwegians were advised by Welsh and Scottish experts that Israel excels at training language teachers.
ILAN, Israel’s oldest and largest voluntary organization, is an international role model for improving the quality of life for people with neuromuscular disabilities.
A Hebrew University study shows that baby-faced diplomats and politicians make people more willing to compromise.
Peace village Neve Shalom serves as the main campus of the university-level School for Peace.
An Israeli researcher is part of a team that hopes to save endangered species by taking cells frozen decades ago and turning them into viable sperm and eggs.
Israeli-designed solar-powered light fixtures are lighting up the moribund nights of Africa, South America and beyond.
Weizmann Institute’s unique field lab is part of a ‘microarcheology’ approach that puts natural science to work for Israeli archeologists.
A high-level delegation from the southern state came home with 50 specific joint projects already in the works.