BioBee puts bugs to work for your produce

Israeli company devises a way to reduce chemical pesticides in farming.

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.

Pill-sized camera takes a journey through the body

It's a pill-sized camera you can swallow. Sit back and enjoy the ride.

Move over, Silicon Valley: Israel is the new startup haven

Hailed by the likes of Warren Buffett and Bill Gates, Israel is a center for tech innovation.

Israel could become first country to ban fur coats

Animal-rights advocates hail proposed bill to ban fur coats as a major milestone in protecting animals.

Politician rallies rainbow flags in Tel Aviv

Tel Aviv could soon elect the Middle East’s first gay mayor.

Is DogTV the Next Best Thing to a Belly Scratch?

From Israel, a TV channel for dogs.

Bus stops, beach carts double as mini-libraries

No dues. No late fees. No hassles.

Earthquake-proof table combines functionality and safety

Design student and instructor crafted a table meant to withstand natural disasters and possibly save lives.

Take a visual tour of Google's office in Tel Aviv

With interesting themes, game rooms and even a sauna, this office is more like a city.

Israel's blindness rate drops 56 percent, study shows

Landmark research represents a turning point in the study of eye health.

Bringing street murals to life: Artists merge graffiti and animation

The eccentric, bright street art of Broken FIngaz Crew can be found all around the world.

A safe haven for the LGBTQ community

Israel comes out as the most LGBT-friendly country in the region.

Israel shines in response to Haiti quake

Fully functional makeshift hospital an example of Israel's excellence in disaster relief.

Nonprofit harnesses the sun to help impoverished Africans

Innovation: Africa brings Israeli solar and agricultural technology to African villages.