How an Israeli school was a magnet for Amazon choosing New York

Cornell Tech's Roosevelt Island campus will supply the talent for the retail giant's new headquarters.

Harvard physicist: An alien spaceship might've flown by earth

Dr. Avi Loeb says it's possible that it may have been a ship on a reconnaissance mission.

Can a potato chip bag reveal your last conversation?

A team of scientists at MIT, Microsoft and Adobe​ have figured out a way to turn everyday objects into visual microphones.

Cars fueled (mostly) by water unveiled

A new startup is just the latest Israeli firm attempting to reinvent the auto industry.

Aliens might be hitching rides across the Milky Way, Harvard physicists say

Dr. Avi Loeb calls them 'tiny astronauts sitting in a natural spacecraft.'

A search engine for radio and podcasts is already making waves

Thanks to Audioburst, millions of minutes of daily audio content is now available to instantly comb through.

How Israel became a leading force in food tech

Innovations in the food world are shaking up the industry and bringing amazing things to your dinner plate.

In next generation of space race, Israel is at the forefront

Elon Musk’s SpaceX will launch an Israeli spaceship to the moon. And that's just the beginning.

Apple's new iPhone XS has roots in Israel

The model uses facial recognition and augmented reality technologies developed in Mediterranean R&D facilities..

Breakthrough robot navigates using bat-inspired senses

Using echolocation, the 'Robat' terrestrial vehicle can move through dark, low-vision surroundings with ease.

Golfers enjoy gourmet BLTs delivered by drone onto course

North Dakota fairway is first in nation to offer the automated concierge service.

The incredible shrinking car is real, and it's arriving soon

And hereby answers the age-old question: How do you get a car to fit in a motorcycle's parking spot?

Episode 12: Jon Medved, high-tech entrepreneur

The serial entrepreneur, who’s invested in hundreds of Israeli startups, on being at the forefront of the Silicon Valley of the Mediterranean.

Company to provide shock-absorbing wheelchairs for U.S. veterans

The chairs ease users over rough terrain, ensuring better performance and a smoother ride.

Can pretending to be Einstein actually make you smarter?

Scientists made a virtual reality Einstein body to see if it changed people's intelligence.