Israeli experts teach irrigation techniques in West Africa

Senegalese farmers taught drip irrigation farming and water conservation techniques to quell food shortages.

High-tech shoes made to protect seniors from falls

Shoes that help prevent falls may soon take the place of canes or walkers. The B-shoe system corrects balance to help protect seniors from falling.

7 top water parks for enjoying splashy summertime thrills

Water parks are a great way to cool off in summer. From Israel's Mediterranean coast to the Canadian prairie, you'll find aquatic thrills around the world.

'Frozen' and other movie titles get a bit lost in translation

Translated movie titles sometimes get a tad literal. We love these posters and hilarious translated versions of titles from popular films shown overseas.

What is falafel?

What is falafel made of? Learn what's inside the popular dish, plus: How to make falafel at home.

Blood-pressure drug could prevent epilepsy after injury

An epilepsy drug treatment involving a drug commonly used for high blood pressure has been found to help head-trauma patients, in a breakthrough study.

From Israel to Italy to America, Moran Atias is making waves

Moran Atias stars in TV’s ‘Tyrant’ and the new Paul Haggis film 'Third Person.' We talked with this talented actress to find out how she prepares for roles.

Israeli band's Queen cover is a celebration of family

A 'Somebody to Love' cover that rivals Queen's original? No easy feat, but Israeli family band Kol haMishpaha clearly isn't afraid of a challenge.

North Carolina plant will turn food waste into energy

Turning food waste into energy, while keeping it out of landfills, is the goal of a renewable waste-to-energy plant under construction in Charlotte, N.C.

Richard Avedon's portraits on display in Israel Museum

Photographer Richard Avedon is the subject of an exhibition at the Israel Museum that includes 74 of the legend's photographs.

5 must-see wineries in Israel

These five wineries in Israel feature impressive tasting rooms in addition to vintages stretching from Cabernet Sauvignon to Pinot Noir.

Tablets promise to boost learning in the classroom

Tablets in the classroom are expected to number 3.5 million by the end of the year, while publishers are rushing to create interactive learning materials.

12 of the world's most incredible bridges

These incredible bridges from across the globe incorporate smart, innovative features with beautiful designs.

5 countries with cutting-edge water technology

These five countries are taking water conservation, desalination and clean water technology to the next level.

Teddy bears help kids overcome fear of the doctor

The Teddy Bear Hospital project proves that teddy bears aren't just for cuddling; they're for teaching too!