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Prof. Moussa Youdim is the driving force behind breakthrough drugs to slow the progression of Parkinson's and Alzheimer's, and continues to chalk up significant neurodegenerative drug innovations.
Three Tehran businessmen are expected to attend the upcoming Agritech -Tel Aviv's 18th International Agricultural Technology Exhibition in May.
Israel has dozens of architectural styles that blend beautifully into the landscape of the Holy Land. ISRAEL21c brings you the top 10 buildings.
Israel's Magisto helps you transform hours of homemade video into exciting two-minute clips at just the click of a mouse. YouTube is already on board.
When a precious watch and clock collection was stolen from a Jerusalem museum, time stood still for 24 years until its return. Now it is on display once again.
The Internet company recommends DesignPax display and banner ad design firm to hundreds of thousands of customers -- and the creative work is all done in Israel.
An Israeli native's smart phone app, Fooducate, brings new ease to making more healthful choices in the supermarket.
Hebrew University scientists genetically alter fast-growing tobacco to produce a natural compound known to fight drug-resistant malaria.
He's only 18, but Ben Lang is already a serial entrepreneur. Now he's co-founded Innovation Israel -- a community for startups, entrepreneurs and investors.
Insects and fungi are no match for a 100% safe blend of edible oils formulated by an Israeli agricultural research institute.
Peace village Neve Shalom serves as the main campus of the university-level School for Peace.
A Hebrew University study shows that baby-faced diplomats and politicians make people more willing to compromise.
Even with a reported 1,000 cyber attacks every minute directed at Israeli web sites, Israel is seen as one of the top three countries in cyber-readiness according to a McAfee survey.
The Artists' Colony Inn in Safed has been named Best B&B in the Middle East 2012 by travel review site TripAdvisor. Seven other Israeli guest houses made it into the Top 25 list as well.
It's all about creativity and imagination as Jerusalem gets ready to turn its most famous sites into ice. The Jerusalem Municipality has announced its first-ever ice festival set for March-April 2012.
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