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Jewish Israeli songster cuts first album — all in Arabic

From the heart of Tel Aviv: a musical record of traditional Yemenite spirit and modern soul.

9 little-known Israeli food markets to check out ASAP

Open-air marketplaces are perfect for discovering fresh local produce, souvenirs, street food and a bite of Israeli authenticity.

First Israeli makes global list of most prolific inventors

PhD student Assaf Natanzon, a VP at Dell EMC, has earned a spot on Wikipedia's list with 202 registered patents -- and counting.

Rediscovering Israel's ancient olive industry

'Italians use olive oil today because Roman soldiers brought trees with them from this land, back to their capital centuries ago.'

Israeli ticket tech has sports fans cheering worldwide

Still buying sports and concert tickets the old-fashioned way? Read how Israeli companies are opening new opportunities across the field.

Haifa's Broken Fingaz Crew makes video for U2

In just four days, the Israeli street-art group shot a music video in Haifa, London and Rajasthan for the release of U2's newest single.

Sponges teach scientists how to form glass without heat

Israeli researchers discover how sponges build glass skeletons that protect them from their environment, opening the way for new glass technologies.

Turkey poop is a promising renewable energy source

Treated poultry excrement can be converted to a solid biomass fuel to replace 10% of coal in electricity generation.

Turkey poop is a promising renewable energy source

Treated excrement can be converted to a solid biomass fuel to replace 10% of coal in electricity generation.

When you're tired, your brain actually does slow down

New international research shows that sleep deprivation disrupts and slows normal neural activity in specific regions of the brain.

Dry Bones cartoonist's new book looks back at early Israel

A new collection of classic cartoons by Yaakov Kirschen is a nostalgic gaze at days gone by when times were simpler, if no less absurd.

Israeli designer clothes Serena Williams' bridal party

Galia Lahav's Tel Aviv studio custom-made six cream-colored gowns and shipped them to New Orleans for the wedding of the tennis star.

Vuze VR camera chosen to take pictures in outer space

National Geographic and NASA send an Israeli-made camera to the International Space Station to capture footage for a new TV series.

10 perfect days out in Israel

Do-it-yourself day trips in the land of milk and honey that will capture your heart and also satisfy your stomach.

Vaica's new medication dispenser aids patient compliance

The complexities of remembering when and what to take, often leads patients to accidentally miss doses, interfering with recovery.

Vaica launches new medication dispenser to increase patient compliance

The complexities of remembering when and what to take, often leads patients to accidentally miss doses, interfering with recovery.

8 great Israeli cafés serving coffee and a slice of social-welfare

Social eateries across Israel aim to please palates while employing, training and rehabilitating populations such as dropouts and disabled adults.

Check the air quality before heading out on that hike

New partnership between Israeli air-quality monitoring platform BreezoMeter and popular hiking app Alltrails lets you know if it's safe to hike today.

Israeli robotic dairy system paves the way for big milk

MiRobot is seeking to modernize this agricultural space by almost completely eliminating humans, stools and tin buckets from the cow-milking process.

Wisconsin Water Council signs on for Israeli innovation

During Governor Scott Walker's trade mission to Israel recently, two agreements were signed to increase collaboration and establish new partnerships.

An injection that melts fat holds out promise for the obese

The cost to treat obesity in the United States alone is expected to rise from $325 billion in 2014 to $555 billion per year by 2025.