Israel21c (24)

Israel sends aid to Mexico after devastating earthquake

The Israel Defense Forces and Israeli aid agencies send emergency response teams to Mexico following 7.1 magnitude earthquake.

The Barbary Israeli restaurant named London's best

They've taken the ancient recipes from across North Africa and the Middle East that have gone on to influence food in today's Israeli kitchen.

Camera add-on makes hyperspectral imaging open to all

The Israeli invention can detect images as small as cancer cells or measure contaminants in water with close to 100 percent precision.

Meet the 19-year-old Israeli designer showing in Milan

Maya Reik dropped out of school at 14, apprenticed at textile boutiques in Tel Aviv, and at age 17 set up her own fashion house.

New online tool helps cut out jargon in scientific papers

De-Jargonizer was designed by researchers from Technion and Holon Institute of Technology to flag words that lay readers don't understand.

Discovering Gaga and the Batsheva Dance Company

'Gaga is a very particular toolbox that we're building. It's a lot about giving dancers keys to open up something that exists in them' -- Ohad Naharin

Lightweight generator on the way for next natural disaster

Aquarius emergency generator, designed in Israel, weighs only about 100kg but will provide up to 35 kilowatts of power.

A cotton that can kill germs and viruses on contact

Jerusalem-based Argaman Technologies' bio-inhibitive cotton is being made into facial masks, hotel linens, uniforms, active wear and much more.

This farm's veggies are grown exclusively for charity

Singaporean philanthropy enables Israeli food-rescue organization to buy a field for raising staple crops to give to the needy all year around.

Unique cotton fabric kills germs and viruses on contact

Jerusalem-based Argaman Technologies' bio-inhibitive cotton is being made into facial masks, hotel linens, uniforms, active wear and much more.

9 startups to watch in connected-health sphere

Healthymize, which analyzes chronic disease flare-ups through voice analysis, won the startup contest at the fourth annual mHealth Israel Conference.

Spanish firm delivers shell for SpaceIL's race to the moon

Israel's group now moves into the assembly phase at Israel Aircraft Industries, working toward its historic launch sometime next year.

Dip your apple in date honey this year

Israelis use date honey in soups, salads, main courses and desserts. Now consumers overseas can find this sweet syrup in local stores too.

US hurricane victims welcome Israeli aid workers

Volunteers from Dream Doctors, ZAKA, IsraAID, Magen David Adom, Jewish Agency, United Hatzalah/Israel Rescue Coalition helping in Texas and Florida.

Israeli designer's unique 3D book printed on space station

Ron Arad designed 'Genius: 100 Visions of the Future,' the Canadian Friends of the Hebrew University's commemoration of Albert Einstein.

Celebrity chef Alon Shaya returns to his Israeli roots

He opened Shaya in New Orleans to tell his full story, rather than serving the Italian food he turned to because of his own insecurities.

11 Rosh Hashana stamps that tell the story of Israel

ISRAEL21c takes a look at the Israel Postal Company's annual tradition of issuing a festive postage-stamp series in honor of the Jewish New Year.

Chicago mayor signs water and innovation deals in Israel

Rahm Emanuel comes to Haifa, Tel Aviv and Beersheva to ink agreements with two Israeli universities and the city of Tel Aviv.

Send your friends and family a vintage Rosh Hashana greeting card!

As a special gift to you this holiday season for your wonderful support, ISRAEL21c offers you the chance to send a vintage Jewish New Year's greeting card to your friends and family all over the world.

Hyundai and Technion partner for tomorrow's transport

South Korea's Hyunda Motor, Korea Advanced Institute of Science and Technology, and Israel's Technion ink collaboration for auto-tech development.

Israeli designer uses color flashes to turn walls into art

Instead of hanging art on the walls or covering them with paint or wallpaper, Tel Aviv-based designer Yael Perry uses a fresh, contemporary approach.

Unique Israeli research reveals why honeybees are dying

Fewer wildflower choices thwart bees' natural inclination to choose a balanced diet and they suffer cognitively from lack of omega-3 acids.

Kova tembel hats make an unexpected fashion comeback

Once a staple of the Israeli laborer's wardrobe, the iconic cloth caps are enjoying a revival that has reached New York's Museum of Modern Art.

Talking to farmers at eye level

Pioneering Israeli company Netafim is the leading player in the drip irrigation field today, but when it talks to farmers around the world, it's all about skill sharing.