Kol and Bar Ziony founded Trionity, whose sole product is PhotoMania.

Sarit Sivan with European Commissioner for Education, Culture, Multilingualism and Youth Androulla Vassiliou, and Cyprus University President Charis Charalambous.
Sivan receiving her award.

Getting stuck in snow could be a thing of the past. Photo via Shutterstock.

Evature aims to restore the travel agent-like experience to online flight bookings. Photo via Shutterstock.

CEO Ron Gura: “We launch a lot of products in a very speculative space.”

Learning to play piano? An Israeli app will turn the pages for you. Image via Shutterstock.com

With Total Boox, you don’t pay for the pages you skip in your e-books. Image via Shutterstock.com

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The Mindojo platform will allow individuals or companies to create an online course that will automatically adapt to a student’s learning style. Photo by Shutterstock

The Pixplit team: Jay Meydad, Adi Binder and Nir Holtzman Ninio.

TechLoft’s signage is all in English.

Man’s best friend. Photo via Shutterstock.

“Desserts are the thing we are most proud of,” says co-owner Itamar Srulovich.

Arik Levy with a sculpture he calls SolidLiquidLarge. Photo by Ian Scigliuzzi

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MadaTech’s Science of the Smile exhibition.

Male prawns are meaty and fast-growing.


Tracking pollution from weather satellites. Image via Shutterstock.com

Primus Green Energy Chairman Dr. Yom-Tov Samia (front middle) with guests including former New Jersey Governor Jim Florio at the company's demo plant dedication. The beakers contain wood pellet feedstock and Primus' 93-octane gasoline.

A resident gazelle takes a nap in its Jerusalem habitat. Photo by Amir Balaban

Garden with a view: Some 48 experimental modules are planted on the University of Haifa’s Green Roofs Ecology Center.

The garbage mountain is slowly being transformed from a public eye-sort, to a massive park and education center. Photo by Flash90.


Prof. Jacob Karni.

Morflora can deliver any genetic trait to any seed without transforming the genome of the treated plant. Photo by Shutterstock.
The Morflora team in the field.

An “Israeli Femme-preneur to Keep an Eye On.”

Short stories head to YouTube

Yshai Oliel on the court in Israel. Photo courtesy of the David Squad

Lavi left for Hollywood at age 17. Photo by Jim Green

The Zibar field cars are meant for tough terrain.
Since childhood, Cohen’s heart has belonged to the road.

One of Cohen’s desert racecars.h

Brad Chalupski slid his way to a 29th place finish at the track at the 2012 World Championships in Lake Placid.

The Tel-Aviv Rowing Club is Jasmine Feingold’s home away from home. Photo by Abigail Klein Leichman


“We enjoy selling Israel to the European investor community,” says Edouard Cukierman.


Staff members of The Women’s Courtyard at the Port are from a variety of disadvantaged backgrounds.
The eight women in the program are learning skills including sewing.


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