Danon pushes bill to stop Israel from returning bodies of terrorists
Pipe bomb thrown at police in capital injures east Jerusalem resident
PM may revoke east Jerusalem terrorists' families residency
Erdan weighs option of revoking residency status of terrorism supporters
Merkel against unilaterally recognizing Palestine as a state
Israeli official: Erdogan rhetoric befits Tehran or Damascus, not a NATO capital
Netanyahu proposes his own version of 'Jewish state bill'
Israel’s ambassador to return to Sweden on symbolic Nov. 29th date
Netanyahu: We have nothing against east Jerusalem residents, but we must protect our citizens
Health Scan: BGU course makes med students more empathetic
The toilet taboo
Pro-public health advocates battle against private-medicine lobbying and ad campaign
Doctors, nurses more than twice as likely to get flu shots than general population
'Leviathan gas reservoir to begin flowing by early 2018'
New kid's Israeli archaeology game launched for iPhone
Green Knesset advances as MKs replace paper with iPads
Zion Tech: Our Israeli start-up of the week aims to revolutionize therapy access
James Blunt is coming to get ‘high’ in Tel Aviv
Grapevine: Farewell to an articulate advocate for Israel
Theater Review: The Tempest
Beitar-Sakhnin match to draw tight security amid rising Jewish-Arab tensions
Yellow-and-blue survives scare to beat Limoges
Beersheba with an opportunity to go top
Back-on-track Maccabi Tel Aviv takes on Limoges in Euroleague
New Worlds: The tone of sign language
Possible Nazi art transfer riles Jewish groups
‘Brussels museum attack could have been prevented’
UK soccer club owner ready to resign after anti-Semitic comments
Turkish official rejects angry governor’s wish to turn synagogue into museum
English soccer club owner faces racism probe for saying Jews 'chase money'
Guantanamo Bay inmate released to Saudi Arabia
Iran nuclear talks: The narcissism of minor differences the EU and US
Pro-ISIS graffiti found on monument to fallen Druse soldiers
More reconstruction materials slated to enter Gaza next week
Jordanian PM reportedly sends condolence letter to families of Jerusalem synagogue terrorists
Into the Fray: The Arabs’ war against the Jews and what must be done
My Word: A personal response to terrorism
An open society
November 21, 2014: Expel ‘shahids’
No Holds Barred: The ferocious battle for Israel at New York University
Cinema of reconciliation
On the volcano’s edge
Knowledge, power and abuse
Q&A with a Colombian lone soldier
European Press: Dividing line
Veterans: Keeping an ear out for change
Book Review: Written from his heart
This Week in Jerusalem
Who is your God?
Grapevine: Amazing place
A voice from India
Happily Eva After: When the going gets tough...
Grapevine: Reclaiming our heritage
Upscale dining in Neveh Tzedek
A war for the soul of Israel’s Arab community
Iran and the West – how big a gap?
Iranian nukes and 'Palestine' - mutually reinforcing perils for Israel
Islamic State – APEC a fizzer - G20 promises no better
A song for Cheshvan: 'The Eucalyptus Grove'
הָאַרְכִיוֹן שֶל רוֹמַן וִישְנִיָאק
Har Nof in flames
Meet the Ambassador: No longer a conference diplomat
‘Post’ leads the way with new podcast
Grapevine: The highest accolade of all
The secret of Jewish survival
Frontlines Podcast: Jerusalem's 'lone wolves'
Tempête au sein de la coalition
Crise de confiance
Qui prendra la relève de Mahmoud Abbas ?
Arafat, Abbas, même combat ?
Daniel Oren, maestro d’Israël, d’Italie et d’ailleurs !
Nos plus belles années ?
De Berlin à New York, 1920-1975
Le pogrome de Constantine
Le pot de chocolat liégeois par qui le scandale arrive
Le dernier kibboutz
La course aux étoiles
Les mordus du français
On n’invite pas un pyromane à éteindre un incendie
Tuer l’EI dans l’œuf
Le mont du Temple et la guerre sainte de l’islam
Les attentats du lundi 10 novembre vus par la presse française
L’Europe, nouvelle alliée d’Abbas ?
Pope Francis condemns Palestinian violence
Last Christian shop-owners in Old City: 'Tourists afraid of the politics'
Kurdish refugees struggle to survive as they outrun Assad's army and ISIS
Discover Ramla from a Christian persepective
Pastor who died in crash mourned in Israel
KKL Belgium Donates Portable Bomb Shelter to Kiryat Gat
KKL-JNF Awards 2014 Blumberg Prize
Exploring the Ilanot Botanical Garden and the Vickar Observation Point
Cornerstone Laid for Sports Rehab Park at Meir Hospital
Mexican Politician and Business Leader Miguel Aleman Velasco Visits KKL-JNF in Jerusalem
International Conference in Sde Boker: Combating Desertification Together
Rehabilitation of the Lower Jordan: Bringing the River Back to Life
Central America Celebrates Independence at the Rabin Center
In his Footsteps: Heritage Excursions in Memory of Yitzhak Rabin
Cleanup Day Activities in Central Israel
International Cleanup Day: Cleaning Together in Northern Israel
KKL-JNF's Eyes in the Forest - The Horshim Forest Green Patrol
Israel Today and Tomorrow: KKL France Mission Visits Israel
Start-up Israel: KKL Italy November Mission Learns about Israel's Past and Future
KKL-JNF and Desert Agriculture Latin American Diplomats visit the Negev
A Successful Annual Fundraising Event for KKL Milan
Living Green in Israel: the Contest and the Winners
Addressing Climate Change Conference
Nurturing the Foresters of the Future
Saving the Sabras
11.23.2014 | 1 Kislev, 5775
The holy land beat out 40 countries in data based on level of innovation, government support and infrastructure, and existing cleantech companies.
By NIV ELIS
XtremIO provides an efficient and consistent way of storing and accessing data on flash memory.
Israeli-founded video and chat company is registered in Cyprus but was founded by Israelis and has local development offices.
I guess I would define it as “a code development marathon conducted in an exhilarating hacking atmosphere.”
By ADAM DALES
US security contracting giant says new relationship "fosters applied research, continued growth in Israel’s technology sector."
"If everyone talks at once, nobody will understand anything. If everyone gets a window of time to speak, it works out.”
Visit comes on the heels of a flurry of recent news about Chinese investment in Israel.
By HENRY ROME
Intel announced Tuesday it has chosen to invest in three Israeli start-ups, among 16 start-ups it is channeling $65 million to worldwide.
By YARIV BEN-DOV AND LEON HARRIS
PM finishes off US trip on the West coast in effort to promote Israel's hi-tech industry.
By MICHAEL WILNER
Les femmes ultraorthodoxes occupent une place de choix dans l’économie du pays. Une main-d’œuvre avec laquelle il faut désormais compter
By MIRIAM KRESH
MIXiii, le salon international de l’industrie biomédicale a ouvert ses portes aux plus grandes compagnies du monde
By LAURA UZAN
L’an passé, Israël a été qualifié comme le second pays ayant le plus haut niveau d’éducation au monde selon un rapport de l’OCDE portant sur les études supérieures. Et 45 % des Israéliens sont titulaires d’un diplôme post-bac
By AVI SABBAH
La partie orientale de la capitale veut trouver sa place sur la carte du monde high-tech
By ABIGAIL KLEIN LEICHMAN
Jérusalem ne veut plus se cantonner à son statut de Ville sainte. La capitale israélienne a bel et bien l’intention de se faire un nom au sein de la nation start-up
By BRIAN BLUM
Progressivement, les Israéliennes se font une place dans le high-tech, et apportent savoir-faire et motivation dans le domaine
By TSVI DAHAN
Pourtant jeune métropole, la capitale économique du pays s’implique corps et âme dans le renouvellement de son urbanisme et de ses infrastructures
By Nathan Cahn
Du cryptage militaire au contenu en ligne ou comment une unité secrète de Tsahal engendre des géants du high-tech.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Last years winner created a system that uses recycling money in Indonesia to pay for poor families' health insurance.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
"They have heat – they do nothing with it right now,” says CEO of Rehovot-based New CO2 Fuels.
By SHARON UDASIN
Law will mandate that manufacturers and importers of electronics recycle 50 percent of the electronic equipment they sell.
By sharon udasin
Israel's agricultural technology industry has potential to become global force to be reckoned with, experts say.
3D printing technology has ushered in a new era of customized products. The authors of a newly-translated book predict human organs are coming soon.
A mother-and-son team who have been developing what they hope will be the world’s 1st oral insulin capsule say marketing could begin in 5 years if all goes well.
By JUDY SEIGEL-ITZKOVICH
New development presented at competition of the Society of Electrical and Electronic Engineering-Israel (SEEEI) society.
A novel application for predictive speed dialing and the manner in which a wise owl rotates its head by as much as 270 degrees.
Karin Mayer Rubinstein, one of the most influential ladies in Israel’s life sciences and technology industries speaks about innovation and women in hi-tech.
By DEBORAH DANAN
The smartphone app is personalizing the classic address book.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
Built-in toilet seat can be extended from the phone with the click of a button.
By HERB CRAYON
The Israel Antiquities Authority's ‘Dig Quest: Israel’ app features Dead Sea Scrolls, Genesis, 10 Commandments and psalms.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
By answering a few basic questions, Holocaust survivors will automatically receive general information about their rights to assistance from government as well as non-governmental organizations.
By Lidar Gravé-Lazi
Tempdrop created a device to help couples struggling with fertility.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
A week ago in Nazareth, some 100 developers and programmers, both Arabs and Jews, worked for 36 hours straight and developed apps, software and advanced products at Tsofen's Make-a-thon competition.
JPost gives you a glimpse inside the world of Israeli start-ups and innovations. This week: Meet FUGU luggage.
NGO seeks to promote integration of 10,000 from sector in tech jobs by 2020.
By ARIEL BEN SOLOMON
Only 2% of Israel's Arabs who study technology find jobs with Jewish employers, and many become teachers instead.
Defense Ministry awards tender to Soreq Nuclear Research Center and Ben-Gurion University to set up center.
Global tech giant updates leadership page to include Israeli-Arab Johny Srouji, a former Haifa resident, hailing from Israel’s Institute of Technology, the Technion.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
ClarityRay specializes in ad-malware detection, prevention, and provides internet users with ad-blocking software.
Israel was among the first nations to realize the significance of cyber warfare.
By YOSSI MELMAN
David Perlmutter, who rose to become the most senior Israeli corporate executive, shares his insights on implementing radical innovation at very big companies.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
Israel may top the tables in innovation, but the benefits need to be more widely diffused.
The concept behind CloudBand is essentially to build little data centers in a way that what is used is the best technology in the IT space, such as open-source programs, low costs servers.
By ADAM GONN
Israeli company Arad is about to launch what it claims to be the world’s first smartphone app that allows users to get a very detailed overview of their water consumption.
Israel may be a land of hi-tech milk and honey but when it comes to public services it has yet to enter the 21st century.
JGives.com aims to revolutionize how donors find charities, while making the entire process of giving simple, direct and safe.
By JOSH HASTEN
Celebrity chef Yonatan Roshfeld is holding a pre-holiday workshop at his restaurant, Tapas.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Two women leave high-powered careers to follow their dreams.
Academic boycotts don’t seem to be holding too much water. Out of 11 foreign associates elected last week to America’s National Academy of Engineering, three were Israelis.
Israeli companies continue to churn out hi-tech innovations.
Members of the ‘start-up nation’ have developed two products for smartphone users
Police: If there is any reason to warn you, we will post it on our official Facebook page.
By BEN HARTMAN
Within the framework of the $7 million investment, PTC will finance the creation of the center and its operational costs for the first 3 years.
Already, big companies such as Lockheed Martin, IBM, Cisco, Deutsche Telecom and HP have announced investments in the city.
With Arabic becoming one of the most widely used languages on the Internet, Arab-Israeli start-ups eye users across political boundaries.
Hi-tech start-up founders from Asian nation participate in month-long program at Tel Aviv University.
It’s the most iconic geometric figure in Judaism.
By EITAN AROM
It’s debatable how 3D printing will impact the lives of our children and
grandchildren, but this new and exciting technology is already making
inroads in many spheres
'If we want to maintain our momentum we must invest in technological, scientific education that trains the specialists required for our industries to grow and move forward.
By MOOLY EDEN
Business leaders and politicians from around Israel and the world have been dropping by. Mega-missions and fact-finding teams have added Beersheva to their itineraries.
By RIVKA CARMI
With modern technology, it is perfectly feasible to add video recordings, ejectable black boxes and cloud storage.
By MAURICE OSTROFF