In demand in Israel and Africa, this Israeli rain-catching system is impacting the world one drop at a time.
Moshe Tzori’s CommonSensor device wirelessly determines when crops need watering, and synchs with the automatic irrigation system.
Trade between Israel and Japan became lopsided when Japanese cars and electronics began flowing over. Now the scales are tipping back due to Israeli high-tech.
The $7 device is loaded with Google's Android 4.4 operating system. Plug it into the USB port of any old laptop or desktop, and you’ve got a personal computer.
Israeli research closes in on the possibility of an inexpensive, energy-efficient computer as small as a flash drive and as powerful as a mainframe.
Just as Israel’s ancient wine industry was revived and thrives, olive oil from the Holy Land is once again flowing to great accolades.
With the aim of reaching new markets abroad, approximately 100 companies will enjoy assistance of up to NIS 500,000 each.
Intel's decision to continue investing in Israel has strategic importance and serves as a fundamental and significant contribution to Israel's image as a leading country in technological innovation.
Take a look inside the new 'experience store' for three-dimensional printing in Israel - allows ideas to be transformed into reality.
During Israel Energy Week (December 3-9, 2014) the hottest breakthroughs and leading alternative energy companies from across the globe will convene in a series of exhibitions and conferences taking place in Tel Aviv and Eilat.