The Knesset approved a bill that limits the actions of organizations that receive the majority of their funding from foreign governments, many of which act against the state.
Eyal Amit, VP at FieldIn, explains Israeli technology for detecting how many times individual pieces of fruit hax been sprayed with pesticide.
Professor Yehuda Schoenfeld is using parasitic worms to to treat autoimmune diseases.
Research in Israel shows that when medical teams include trained clowns it helps reduce stress and pain and boost immunity.
Erez Rafael, CEO and Chairman of Dario Health, describes the company's new device and mobile app to monitor diabetes.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) researchers have developed a mobile app to assess obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) using just a smartphone, without any sensors or overnight stays, even while the patient is awake.
Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, the Chairwoman of the Israeli company Eximore, describes a pioneering new medication delivery system.
The US Air Force has purchased $15.6 million of Israeli-made anti-drone equipment from ELTA North America Inc., a US subsidiary of Israeli Aerospace Industries.
Israel's anti-missile defense got another upgrade.
'Israel is hotter than ever, growing at a rapid pace,' says Israeli tech investment expert Jon Medved.
Mobileye, a Jerusalem company developing vision technology, has installed its collision avoidance system on 4,500 cars in New York City.
Israeli startup Kado creates the world's thinnest mobile charger.
For the first time, all Israeli universities will have access to data from an Israeli nano-satellite for research purposes.
New evidence elicited from Judean archaeology shows that Earth's geomagnetic force fluctuates.
Tel Aviv startup SelFly has designed a phone case that flies and takes selfies.
Israel celebrated its developments in the field of space exploration with a focus on the Red Planet.
Technological advances may meet the demand for transportation alternatives in congested cities as Israeli firm Urban Aeronautics, among others, push to develop the first flying car.
The Czech Republic's defense minister says the country's military has decided to purchase Israeli-made radars for its military.
The IDF Medical Corps and the Technion have developed a revolutionary method to deliver medical supplies to the battlefront.
Israel is close to finishing construction of the world’s tallest solar tower, surrounded by 55,000 mirrors which direct sunlight to the tower's peak.
Israeli medical researchers working on a cure for aids have made an exciting breakthrough.
A cure for the devastating ALS disease may be on the way.
Israel’s Aerospace Industries (IAI) developed the Barak 8 Air and Missile Defense System which can be used at sea or on land and is designed to intercept short to long range threats.
As auto companies race to build the cars of the future, some are looking to Israeli technology to help make them fully autonomous.
With maximum protection for the soldiers and minimum costs, Israel has developed the world's most advanced wheeled APC.
Exhibitions at the Peres Center for Peace in Jaffa will showcase groundbreaking Israeli inventions that have changed the lives of millions worldwide.
A new facial recognition technology founded by a former head of IDF intelligence has piqued the interest of North American institutions as a preferred security measure.
Israel just invented a miracle cream that could completely regrow your skin utilizing your own immune system.
Israeli start-ups raised $1.7 billion in the second quarter of 2016, which is more than half of the financing raised in the first quarter, according to an IVC Research Center and KPMG report released on Wednesday.
President Reuven Rivlin hosted a meeting of Tel Aviv University’s India-Israel Forum at his residence, where he lauded the growing ties between the two countries.
SpaceIL, the Israeli team competing in a Google competition intended to foster entrepreneurship in space, is the first to sign a contract to send a spacecraft to the moon.
Two Israeli surgeons from Rambam Medical Center in Haifa returned from a trip to Vietnam, where they corrected facial defects in children.
HealthWatch has developed a solution that allows doctors to monitor a patient’s vital signs constantly and from afar. This is sure to save lives.
Israeli company Phinergy has developed a technology that could revolutionize the use of energy. Among other applications, it would power a car, using just metal, air and water.
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Israel fights hunger and poverty in Africa, helping farmers in Senegal to establish innovative drip irrigation farms that can feed many in the region. An initiative by the Israeli embassy in Senegal helped s...
Yet another Israeli company is leading the world to a better, cleaner and more energy-efficient environment. David Herskovits, CEO of Energiya USA, and Yosef Abramowitz, CEO of Energiya Global Capital. (Ph...
Israel to the rescue, again – this time, as the leading contributor to the UN for the global war on Ebola. They should remember this the next time they pass an anti-Israel resolution. (Photo: Sergey Uryadni...
A wounded Syrian man arrived in Israel for treatment after a bullet had completely destroyed his lower jaw. In a groundbreaking operation, doctors outfitted him with a custom-made jaw. Rambam Medical Cent...