With popular restaurants and a new book, chef Einat Admony brings a taste of Israel to America.
A bus gets a second life in Israel, where two women with a flair for the creative transformed it into a unique mobile home.
A protein shows promise to reverse Alzheimer's effects in mice, researchers at Tel Aviv University say. The protein blocks plaque accumulation in the brain.
David Blatt eyeing jobs in Cleveland, California, Minnesota and Atlanta.
Farmers bestowed the pop star with a unique honor – they named a melon after him.
Tel Aviv University and Tsinghua University announce the XIN center, a $300 million project to research nanotechnology and other emerging fields.
These global 'it' cities that you might want to call home include some unexpected cities where the luxury real estate market is on the rise.
Maternal instinct may need to be renamed parental instinct, as a new study suggests parenting changes the brains of fathers in the same way as mothers.
An underwater camera that can capture images of the surface from below, with minimal distortion, was developed at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Sensory substitution devices, researched in pioneering work out of Hebrew University of Jerusalem, could be affordable aids for the visually impaired.
Blood recycling machines are becoming more affordable, thanks to 3D printing. The technology makes blood recycling machines less expensive to prototype.
Chuck Leavell talks about the food, the fans and more.
A brain helmet device for treating depression is becoming more widespread in the United States. Learn about Brainsway's brain helmet depression treatment.
A private travel app, Intimate City lets users share their travel experience with a select group, while getting information about the places they visit.
Dual-lens smartphone cameras may be on the way. An Israeli firm's new technology could vastly improve the quality of smartphone-camera images.