Tel Aviv University and Tsinghua University announce the XIN center, a $300 million project to research nanotechnology and other emerging fields.
An underwater camera that can capture images of the surface from below, with minimal distortion, was developed at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Dual-lens smartphone cameras may be on the way. An Israeli firm's new technology could vastly improve the quality of smartphone-camera images.
Bilingual adults are better able to create complex ideas, solve problems, and quickly move between sets of thoughts, according to a new study.
Apps to avoid your ex? Cloak and Split -- which help you avoid people you don't like offline -- are a new form of social media app.
Diapers from jellyfish could be the next big thing in eco-friendly parenting. An Israeli company developed a super-absorbent material using jellyfish flesh.
Music learning app technology developed by Israeli startup JoyTunes helps make practicing music easy and fun. Learn about JoyTunes' music learning app.
The personal assistant app 24me was invented by a busy mom and her husband. Learn more about this personal assistant app that can help organize your life.
A team of designers and robotics experts developed a mini mobile printer that draws images or text on any size paper. Meet the mini mobile pocket printer.
Her work on banking reform landed Israeli economist and Stanford professor Anat Admati a spot on Time magazine's list of 100 most influential people.
Independent coffee shops get a boost from CUPS, which recently expanded to New York and lets subscribers drink unlimited coffee at independent coffee shops.
An app for customer reviews that lets business owners get feedback instantly, privately and directly, Owner Listens connects business owners with customers.
Gene silencing in honey bees is the focus of a team of researchers in Israel. The team is saving bees from varroa mites through a gene silencing technique.
When Debby Elnatan's son, Rotem, was born with cerebral palsy, doctors told her he would never be able to walk.For the first couple of years, Elnatan, who l
The new app, CamMe, uses high-tech hand gestures to free photographers from all those awkward angles.