Innovation - Page 45

She's changing how the world thinks about banking reform

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.

App helps support independent coffee shops in NYC and Israel

Independent coffee shops get a boost from CUPS, which recently expanded to New York and lets subscribers drink unlimited coffee at independent coffee shops.

Vent here: App connects businesses and customers

An app for customer reviews that lets business owners get feedback instantly, privately and directly, Owner Listens connects business owners with customers.

How gene silencing could help save the honey bees

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.

Mom's invention lets special-needs children walk for the first time

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

Hands-free app will forever change the way you take selfies

The new app, CamMe, uses high-tech hand gestures to free photographers from all those awkward angles.

Feed your cat from miles away with bizarre new invention

Cat2See allows you to interact and play with your pets over the Internet, no matter how far from home you are.

Say goodbye to dead phone batteries

Using bio-organic technology discovered during research into Alzheimer's disease, StoreDot says its prototype can recharge your phone battery in 30 seconds.

New technology lets paralyzed users live hands-free

Sesame Enable gives users the ability to flip through e-books, make calls and surf the web with only their heads.

Israel and neighbor Jordan team up to save the Dead Sea

Israel and Jordan are creating a water-sharing initiative that will help prevent the Dead Sea from evaporating, which could happen by 2050 without action.

This cardboard bike can support almost 500 pounds

Bike made of cardboard could help people in Third World countries find jobs.

3 dating apps that will snag you a keeper

Need help finding your match? These 3 new dating apps can help.

Eco-friendly electric buses hit the road in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv becomes first Israeli city to run an electric bus by replacing its eco-unfriendly public transportation fleet with battery-operated buses.

This 'home of tomorrow' produces more than it consumes

Israeli students build groundbreaking house for the Solar Decathlon.

Surf the web and the waves with free beach Wi-Fi

Free beach Wi-Fi comes to Tel Aviv with the addition of 80 hot spots.