Israel’s top 20 Greatest Inventions Of All Time


An end-of-the-year exhibit pays tribute to Israeli innovation

A major Israeli source of pride is the enormous number of inventions and innovations that have taken root on its soil over 63 years, despite challenges of geography, size and diplomacy. The ever-churning Israeli mind has brought us drip irrigation, the cherry tomato, the electric car grid and much more. (more…)

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Tal Ben Shahar’s Tips on ‘Being Happy’

Best-selling author Dr. Tal Ben-Shahar talks about his new book “Being Happy” on Fox News Live.


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A Mountain of Change

UNFCCC/CDM International Video Contest 2011 – FIRST PLACE WINNER

This short animation shows, in a simple and fun way, how waste can be used to generate thermal energy. In previous decades, waste from Israeli households was disposed of in primitive dump sites that contaminated ground water and freely emitted methane gas. These dump sites were operated unsupervised and with minimal regulatory requirements. (more…)

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A week in the Life of the High-Tech Jewish State

By: Michael Ordman

For those who thought my last blog highlighting Israel’s human side was too low-tech, this will hopefully put things right. Every week Israel’s innovators make dozens of announcements about exciting developments that will benefit millions across the planet. (more…)

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