11th of Tevet 5771
December 18, 2010
MediaMind, probably the most successful Israeli company you've never heard of, streamlines digital ad campaigns for companies like Fox, Sony, McDonald's and Toyota.
A robotic exoskeleton designed in Israel to help paraplegics walk and climb stairs alone, has become the unexpected star of Glee, one of TV's hit programs.
It's possibly the most innovative clothing company in the world - Israel's Bagir is making recycled suits, suits that breathe and even indestructible suits.
Wine may have been produced in Israel since the 1880s, but in the last decades it's truly taken off. ISRAEL21c takes a look at the home of Israel's wine industry.
srael is collaborating with Singapore to develop new nanomaterials to enhance the efficiency of existing energy and water management technologies.
Perhaps Israel's most-famous sportsman, Tal Brody is now a Goodwill Ambassador: "With my 45 years in Israel, I can help other people see many beautiful things."
New research from Israel shows that
changing weather patterns - not the
weather-modification process of cloud
seeding - is what makes the rainfall.
A simple device from Israel can render
the delicate, complex problem of biological
wastewater treatment perfectly manageable.
Yesterday, the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and
the Ministry of Defense sent a humanitarian aid
delegation to provide medical care and services
to victims of the intense floods and mudslides
that recently struck Colombia.
TransPharma Medical, an Israeli specialty
pharmaceutical company, recently announced
successful results of a four-week Phase 1
clinical trial of its new self-applied ViaDerm
System ViaDerm-hPTH(1-34) for the
treatment of osteoporosis.
Laline, Israel's international bath and body
care boutique, is opening its second US
store in San Francisco, just three months
after the grand opening of its first US location
in Pier 39.