The winners of the Prime Minister’s Prize for Innovation in Alternative Fuels for Transportation have been announced. The prize of $1 million is the largest awarded in this field.
The world’s most populous country looks to Israel for innovation and expertise in fields including technology, industry, medicine, academia and the arts.
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.
Just as Israel’s ancient wine industry was revived and thrives, olive oil from the Holy Land is once again flowing to great accolades.
Minister of the Economy Naftali Bennett: “The most significant challenge facing Israeli hi-tech today is the shortage of skilled manpower required for the technological professions, and this is what we are working to solve.”
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.
A PhD candidate from Israel won $100K in the Singapore Challenge 2014 for his project using genetically engineered bacteria to detect pollutants in municipal water systems.