16th and 17th of
February 2014 Issue
‘All the children contributed with a full heart – it didn’t
matter if they were Jewish or Arab,’ says the Israeli
teacher heading the collection drive.
How Israeli technology is changing the
way you shop for fashion online.
Israeli newlyweds launch hub for event planners and contractors where brides and grooms can manage their event from a web-enabled device.
‘People can hear certain Israeli elements in our music, but we all just speak the language of music, and that has no borders or boundaries,’ says the saxophonist
This wheelchair is meant to look like a cool toy.
a list of the top 10 places to visit with that special someone.
4. Tower of David Museum, Jerusalem
8. Carmel Forest Spa, Carmel Forest Nature Reserve
A new air-tight system for administering hazardous
drugs is made in Israel and distributed in hospitals
and clinics worldwide.
Brainsway is a ground-breaking new technology
for neurological disorders, depression and addictions.
The free Israeli phone and Web app aims to bring the engagement factor from social networks offline and into actual neighborhoods across the world.
Beersheva’s CyberSpark cyber-security development
complex breaks ground as international companies
seek Israeli expertise.
According to serial entrepreneur Yochi Slonim it’s
differentiating an idea that will make your company
a success, not product features.
He never finished high school, but that has not kept this daring Israeli entrepreneur from international fame for his ‘Paranoid’ software.
ISRAEL21c takes a tour of the visual artist’s eclectic
workspace as she gears up to build a bridge of salt
across the Dead Sea next year.
Reut Institute founder talks with
ISRAEL21c upon the publication
Grinstein is a sought-after speaker at conferences on Israel’s future.
Vania Heymann as seen in a student video he made about a watering can.
Tomer Kagan, Israeli-born CEO of Quixey, explains why
he’s scouting a Tel Aviv location for his fast-growing app
Prof. Evyatar Erell’s goal is to turn your home into
a comfortable, enjoyable and energy efficient space
for the climate you l
Prof. Erell with a prototype of the Seasons Window.
Israel’s leading eldercare, rehab and social-welfare
NGO is ‘constantly evaluating the immediate needs
in Israeli society in social welfare and healthcare.’
Pears Program incubates Israeli startups dedicated to
doing well by doing good for people in developing nations.
Seventy young leaders will meet in Caesarea,
Israel, next month to brainstorm entrepreneurial
ideas to better the develop
Rescued dogs rehabilitate people in a unique therapeutic
program devised by an Israeli trainer for at-risk and special-needs youths.
One Israeli company is finding alternative ways to
heat greenhouses, and is also helping international
clients reduce polluting 'greenhouse gases.
‘What is going on here is really remarkable.
I don’t think this took hold so quickly and
intensely in any other place in the world,’ says
Israeli food writer Ori Shavit.
Israel’s AgriTask software helps farmers large and
small make better predictive choices based on
Israel’s Enzootic makes prawn farmers an appetizing
offer: a treatment method to control and rear the crustaceans
The goal isn’t to fight desertification, it’s to arrest it,
says award-winning director of Israel’s Blaustein
Institutes for Desert Research, Prof. Pedro Berliner.
Israeli startup Oggii offers a $30 product that monitors
your dog’s movements to measure its overall health.
Anna models her Oggii chip. Photograph by Amos Bar-Zeev.
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