A life-changing Israeli technology allows wheelchair-bound individuals to get up and walk.
Israeli defense missiles, more effective and less expensive than the American version, will be deployed in Poland.
The Israeli app Gong turns closing sales into a science.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi gets a first-hand demonstration of a jeep acting as a mobile purification plant at an Israeli beach.
Yosi Hazan, CEO of Israeli start-up Szone, describes a quick new way to measure your hydration levels. In just 5 seconds, you'll know whether it's time to get out of the sun!
The Bradley County Sheriff’s Office in Tennessee is purchasing special "Mifold" car seats, that are one tenth the size of regular booster seats, from an Israeli child car safety company.
Germany withdraws from billion-dollar drone deal with Israel due to its offensive capabilities.
Yana Blachman, a cyber security analyst at Cybereason, explains Israel's role in pioneering cyber-security.
Israel’s foreign intelligence agency, the Mossad, launched Libertad today, a new fund that will invest in innovative startups.
The developers of the Arrow 3 were recognized for their immense contribution to Israel's security.
Israeli researchers are working on a method to optimize treatment regimens for infections to avoid the creation of antibiotic-resistant bacteria.
Immortality may be a long way off, but for males, there seems to be progress.
Israeli researchers have developed a new method for examining ancient artifacts to locate and decipher faded inscriptions.
Ohad Schwartz of CoreBone reports on his company's progress in treating patients suffering from bone deficiency.
Amiel Riss, CMO of Israeli start up Zipy, demonstrates how his company's app simplifies online shopping with overseas companies.
Yuval Rapaport, CEO and Co-Founder of Haifa based SafeMobile, protects children from the dangers presented by smartphones.
Igal Magen, Chief Technology Officer of the Israeli company BioFishency, explains his company's leading role in making aquaculture feasible and efficient for developing nations lacking sufficient water resources.
An Israeli app connects tourists with tour guides, eliminating the need to pay commission to an agency.
Porsche announced it will invest tens of millions of euros in Israeli automotive start-ups, heavily investing in Israel’s emerging self-driving car market.
A new app allows cancer patients to chat directly with physicians around the word, receive automated tips and make treatment choices as they battle the disease.
The Milk & Honey Distillery made history when it presented the first-ever single-malt whiskey produced in Israel.
The Communications Ministry approved the installation of a new technology in Jerusalem, catapulting it to one of the world's most hi-tech cities.
The largest-ever business delegation to Israel arrived from the Canadian province of Quebec for the launch of a 5-year, $12M industrial R&D collaboration program.
Amir Marmor, CEO of Israeli start-up CorAlert, describes the first non-invasive monitor device that can diagnose heart failure.
Nitzan Solan, CEO of LivingGreen, explains how the Israeli start-up's “Living Box” system produces up to 30 different organic vegetables in a space of one square meter while using only water (hydroponics) and solar energy, with no soil, fertilizer or other energy source necessary.
Ori Segal explains how the new app 'MUGO' synchronizes a user's music playlists with their friend's favorite music.
Shai Ufaz, CEO OF ViAqua, describes a new technology to prevent viral diseases from spreading in aquaculture.
Drs. Amir Arav and Dr. Eyal Gur explain the technology they developed to save severed limbs.
Soldiers serving in the IDF's elite Talpiot program for research and development have created artificial intelligence software that monitors events on surveillance video.
a specific form of crayfish, which builds a new shell in just three days, is used in the fight against osteoporosis and cancer.
Avi Kugel, CEO of uChange Cash, explains the company's new app that allows travelers to exchange currency for free.
Dr. Daphne Haim-Langford, chairwoman of Israeli company Eximore, discusses an incredible new medication-release system to fight glaucoma, which is considered the number one cause of blindness worldwide. http...
Israel’s Woosh Smart Water Systems is supplying clean, inexpensive and eco-friendly mineral-water stations in major cities around the world.
Or Haviv, CEO of Eilat Hub, explains the municipality's dedication to keeping local hi-tech entrepreneurs in Eilat, Israel's southernmost city.
IAI was awarded contracts in India totaling almost $2 billion, the largest defense contract in Israel's history.
Dr. Opher Shapira, PhD., President and COO of Nucleix, describes a revolutionary non-invasive cancer diagnostic test.
Waze, a navigation app developed in Israel, has added an "order ahead" option for travelers planning a stop at Dunkin' Donuts.
CannaTech, an annual event hosted in Israel, brought together global leaders in the medical cannabis industry.
Prof. Dror Harats describes Phase III clinical trials of a cancer treatment which cuts off blood supply to solid tumors.
Israel concluded 2016 with $6.5 billion in new defense export contracts, an impressive 14 percent increase.