07.30.2016 | 24 Tammuz, 5776
Nasrallah: Israeli-Saudi relations worst development in Arab sphere
Protesters enraged at ICRC cut of Palestinian prison visit program in half
A year after Duma fire bombing, Dawabsha family vows to persevere
Hamas exploiting current calm to prepare for next war
Rabbi Eliezer Berland indicted for sex offenses
Edelstein turned down Netanyahu’s offer to be foreign minister
Mac TA, Beitar J’lem close in on playoffs
Knesset caucus to help English-speaking olim
Netanyahu likely to attend summit in Nigeria by end of year
Netanyahu misses deadline on appointments
Netanyahu denies Israeli government prefers Trump over Clinton
Remembering Satyajit Ray
Idan Raichel sheds a few layers
Israeli art: Upgrading our presence of mind
New on the small screen
Push for FIFA to eliminate settler teams from Israeli soccer leagues
Stoudemire retires from NBA, Hapoel Jerusalem next stop?
Atzili, Beitar visit Latvia • Mac TA takes on Pandurii
Revolutionary artificial material fits body like a glove
Attempt to stop beachside development plan heads to High Court
eBay, Israel Post join forces to boost online selling
Not just fun and games: Seeking tech behind video games
Health Ministry launches plan to eradicate hepatitis C
Israeli researchers find way to detect cancer cells before becoming brain tumors
Arab-Israeli children much more likely to die in accidents
Delek makes bid for exploration license south of Cyprus
Economic committee chairman calls for guidelines to protect animals during live shipments
Nation’s cleanest beaches named
Lied big time
My Word: Cinema verité and calling the shots
An advocate for genocide against Jewish ‘babies’ and ‘old ladies’
Report: Assad and Putin held secret meeting, discussed Israel
Ex-Saudi general issues scathing critique of Palestinian terror groups
For first time during Syria war, Israel opens border for humanitarian aid
Bombings kill at least 31 in northeast Syria city
Entire region concerned about ‘day after’ Iran deal expires
Iran destroys 100,000 satellite dishes in morality-driven crackdown
Iran left with no choice but to confront the US, official warns
Iranian Kurdish leader to ‘Post’: Iran regime is a common enemy
Jihadis call on 'lone wolf' terrorists to attack Israeli athletes at Rio Olympics
Report: ISIS operating sleeper cells in Lebanese refugee camps
One mile from ISIS feels safer than France or Turkey to Kurdish peshmerga
ISIS claims responsibility for Nice attack
Dennis Ross urges end to Pollard curfew
Israel slams German university for claim it harvests Palestinian organs
Celebrities jump on board to save Jewish mother's life
US Jewish machers meet Mideast mavens
Healthcare hackathon organizers seek to be ‘light unto others’
WATCH LIVE: Peres, Rivlin and Netanyahu launch Israeli Innovation Center
In historic nomination, Clinton vows to protect Israel and enforce Iran deal
Israel reiterates support for a two-state solution amid GOP shift
Israeli ambassador Dermer credits Clinton for 2012 Gaza ceasefire
At Republican, Democratic conventions, different types of anger
Grapevine: A time to mourn
Grapevine: Paths of Jewish Lithuania
This week in 60 seconds: The IDF gets its man
Making a difference as proud Israelis
PODCAST: After Turkey, Africa and Egypt, is Saudi Arabia Israel’s next ally?
Podcast: From Tel Aviv, a story of hope for Orlando
Briefing: 'King Bibi' pulls it together, again
Podcast: The mystery of Tel Aviv’s Jane Doe alleys
A dog watches a horror movie, his reaction is priceless!
This is how cats catch their rides in Thailand...
Do you believe in the Paranormal?
100-Year-Old Theater Converted Into Stunning Bookstore
Second Lebanon War veteran's road to redemption
Empowering women globally
The American spirit’s impact
The word of a woman
The outpost on Oliphant Street
Dark years on the Côte d’Azur
Hot off the Arab press
The public broadcasting service:
With best intentions
Peggy Cidor’s round-up of city affairs
The untapped power of youth
All lives matter
‘The Simpsons,’ for a change
Born, raised and educated in a vineyard
‘חָרִיש’, עִיר חֲדָשָה בְּיִשְׂרָאֵל
The Christian Edition- one month free subscription
Pope's trip to Poland overshadowed by killing of French priest
Israel’s blessing to the world
Remembering the 'Exodus'
Tzvika Kaplan Scenic Lookout Inaugurated on Mount Carmel
Looking for IMI, the Blue Box's “Little Sister”- Can you help?
President of Paraguay Plants an Olive Tree in Jerusalem
Honoring Holocaust Rescuer Belgian Prince with a Tree in Israel
Perth and Merhav Am, Different but the Same
Canadian Young Professionals Visit Gaza Border Communities
Spanish Village Connects with its Ancient Jewish Roots
Expo Forest Inaugurated in the Negev
Czech prime minister plants tree in Jerusalem grove of nations
The Scholarship is from Canada, the Foresters from Israel
Planning a Sustainable Future through Water Sensitive Cities
Burnt Trees and Charred Earth in Jerusalem’s Arazim Valley
Hugging a Tree? Beware of the Pine Processionary Caterpillar!
KKL-JNF holds its 6th Latin American Leadership Conference
Andrew Viterbi at a KKL-JNF Milan Gala Event
KKL-JNF and The Italian State Forestry Corps Sign a Memorandum
Peonies and Pineapples in the Negev Desert
An Interview with Israel Prize Winner Prof. Yossi Katz
Arava Open Day 2016
The Acacia Tree Stars in the Arava Ecosystem
We will win but how long will it take? Including Bibi's Building Bluff
Is a Jewish safe haven possible in the Diaspora; is America the “exception”?
Potentially Misleading Statistics on Global Terrorism
Still Looking for Israel at Harvard
The mismanagement of recent years is having an effect on the liquidity premium that investors demand.
By NIV ELIS
Over the next five years, the Treasury will allocate NIS 10 million to implement recommendations of the Arnon report.
By JUDY SIEGEL
“We invest in Israel if we find in Israel, the best entrepreneurs, the best ventures that are out there globally in a certain area.”
By JOSH SOLOMON
The agreement stresses the countries’ desire to initiate and encourage cooperation among their researchers and to support exchange visits.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The courses include space engineering, space medicine, space sciences, space law and policies, systems engineering and management of space businesses.
IVC projects 20% increase in funding this year
Each year, EISP, named after the elite IDF Unit 8200, chooses 20 young entrepreneurs out of the hundreds who apply to participate in a five-month program led by 8200 alumni.
By ARIEL SHAPIRA
Sling enables micro-entrepreneurs to unlock a series of financial services directly from their smartphone, with no need for hardware, intricate contracts or upfront cost.
“The Cedato engine includes an advanced predictive technology that incorporates Big Data and powerful optimization engines,” Dick said in an interview.
Autonomous vehicles will dramatically reduce accident fatalities, says Israeli chief scientist.
Right now, Israeli companies may be benefiting from the fact that they are “cheaper” than American ones, but that could cause the local market to overheat.
“As a result of the extensive activities that took place in Israel in the last two decades, we have achieved exceptional things,” Hasson said.
With an estimated 93% of road accidents attributable to human error, Mobileye is poised to save many lives
By ILAN COHEN
As far as is known, this is the Microsoft founder's first-ever investment in Israel.
By GLOBES/GALI WEINREB AND YANIV MAGAL
While the US debates firearm regulations, two Israeli army veterans have developed a patented cartridge to prevent firearm accidents.
By GLOBES/URIEL HERMAN
Equating a digital device with human qualities is nothing new. Experiments in the 1990s found that people ascribed human traits to computers when interacting with them.
With visa restrictions eased, the Start-Up Nation just needs intermediaries to help them break in.
The 1500-square meter Israeli pavilion will feature products from 30 Israeli defense companies.
By YAAKOV LAPPIN
Israeli-led Silicon-Valley-based startup seeks to introduce new appliance into average household: The laundry folding machine.
By CORAL BRAUN
Enter Neema, an Israeli financial technology start-up that has introduced a novel workaround: debit card services for foreign workers and their families back home.
The new center will help ameliorate an oft-cited problem: large distances between Arab population centers and major high-tech employment hubs.
The delegation, which includes some 54 members including the country's Chief Scientist, is the first from New Zealand to visit Israel in ten years.
The new project includes all known textual variants of the Talmud and allows researchers, scholars and Talmud students to easily compare the different texts side by side.
By JEREMY SHARON
Pilot program could bring phone-charging stations and Wi-Fi to outdoor space.
By MICHELLE MALKA GROSSMAN
The move comes as part of Intel Corporation’s global restructuring plan, which will see 11,000 people lose their jobs worldwide.
“Ontario is the ideal location to take innovative ideas from concept to marketplace — we have a competitive corporate tax rate, a strong financial sector and a talented workforce.”
Software giant building tech-focused school to encourage girls to study sciences
Groundbreaking Israeli firm to receive ‘Post’ prize for innovation at May conference in New York.
The aim of the seminar was to bring together women from these two very different communities so they could share and learn from each others’ experiences.
For HackTrack TLV, the youth split up into teams of up to four participants to formulate and develop their ideas, vying for a first place prize of NIS 5,000 and office space for at Merkspace.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
The Director General of the Ministry of Science, Technology and Space, Peretz Vazan, said it would make robotics a central research focus in 2017.
The popularity of Playbuzz’s content is skyrocketing.
There were 600 participants in attendance from around the globe, including 200 each from Israel, Europe and North America.
Cooperation on accelerator machine with Iranian, Turkish, Egyptian, Pakistani and Palestinian researchers starts next year.
Modern medical clinics are complex organizations.
The startups won a challenge to develop high-tech solutions for the future city’s security, landscaping, and engineering.
By GLOBES/IDAN RABI
The new system would allow ultrasound scans to be performed in disaster areas and after road accidents in developing countries with limited medical infrastructure.
Israeli scientists are being introduced to a new technique to cure some genetic diseases by a Tel Aviv University biologist and geneticist.
"Compared to Silicon Valley, the valuation is usually less,” says Chinese businessman.
Ransomware are viruses that are sent to people, mostly through email, that infect people’s computers and request them to pay a fee to have the restriction removed or to receive an encryption key.
This is not the first time Israel and California have paired up to beat the drought.
Cellular carrier told customers problem was being addressed, and encouraged its the use of wireless Internet in the meantime.
Underwater vehicle will be available to marine researchers, as well as the environmentalist nonprofit EcoOcean and the Interuniversity Institute for Marine Sciences in Eilat.
Sixty-seven entrants who created 49 projects are competing for prizes, including the chance to represent Israel in the Intel-ISEF competition later this year.
“Our goal is to be the premium platform for sporting events,” Yahoo’s VP, Video Products Engineering P.P.S. Narayan told the Jerusalem Post in the company’s Tel Aviv offices this week.
Singapore's United Overseas Bank said it would invest $10 million in Israel-headquartered crowdfunding platform.
It will take an orbiting cluster of 60 miniature, or nano, satellites, each about the size of a shoe box, to provide full coverage of the planet including air, sea and land.
Criminals have used the malware to steal a collective hundreds of thousands of shekels from dozens of people just in the last quarter of 2015.
Antiquities Authority uses predictive scanning to find shaft dug by ‘Corpse Unit’ at Ponary Massacre site near Vilnius
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The team has just released 2breathe - a device connects with an app on a smartphone to coordinate music with the user’s breathing to help him/her fall asleep quickly.
By HANNAH KATSMAN
Yosefov introduces them to a magical world that existed before smartphones and Facebook.
By YAEL BRYGEL
" I think it has been an amazing positive force for change, using technology to break down barriers – economic and social – and putting everyone on an equal playing field.”
By ALLON SINAI
It seems that the great project is shrinking into a less impressive size and its continuation might be at stake.
By PEGGY CIDOR
The focus to gay propaganda only shifted a week ago, following the deadly shooting in Orlando.
By JPOST.COM STAFF
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University have found that, despite the positive- seeming statistics, the incentives have actually hurt the environment.
Pokemon Go is a massive trend, but has it gone too far?
By LAHAV HARKOV
Upgraded C-130H aircraft fuse real-world video feeds with sensory data, Elbit Systems says
First Israeli F-35 jet rolled out out at Lockheed Martin production plant in Texas; IAF Chief of Staff: Flying the simulator, I felt I had ‘the future in my hands
Israeli tech leader Jon Medved pays tribute to Texas native who was killed in tragic Tel Aviv car crash.
By JON MEDVED
Air force convenes 400 military hi-tech experts to work on innovations.
Center aims to educate teachers in ways to keep students engaged through unique methods and technology as well as modern design methods.
Elbit Systems unveils new helmet mounted system deigned to allow armored personnel carrier and tank crews to see straight past their armor.
The Western client, which Elbit declined to name, will receive products from Elbit's new E-LynX Software Defined Radio family over the next three years.
“French authorities liked it, but the official came back and said there was a higher-level instruction not to buy Israeli technology,” Israeli security source tells Fox News.
In an interview with the Post, Gamliel reveals how the country intends to use its status and know-how as the “startup nation” to harness digital technology to reduce socio-economic gaps.
"Jerusalem is like a treasure trove, and we want to build a bridge to the rest of the world with the right technology," says curator
The prize will be awarded during the fifth annual DIGIT conference, the only press conference dealing exclusively with online media.
The ban will last for three years, at which point the Knesset will have to vote whether to renew it or not.
The Council is currently in the process of formulating a new five year plan for higher education in Israel and aims to place digital learning at the forefront.
Senior Chinese delegation arrives to take part in initiative aimed at promoting growth in bilateral business, tourism ties.
By HERB KEINON
The Movement for Digital Rights slammed the admission last week as validation for its attack on the biometric database idea as exposing citizens to a new level of invasion of their privacy rights.
By YONAH JEREMY BOB
It is a crucial, open question whether Israel’s major banks will adapt quickly enough to the disruption of modern technology or become obsolete and irrelevant like the dinosaurs.
By SHLOMO MAITAL
With screen culture ubiquitous among the younger generations, museums are employing cutting-edge technology to remain relevant in the 21st century.
By JUDITH SUDILOVSKY
What would happen if an Israeli invention replaced conventional internal combustion engines?
Sometimes a smartphone makes us dumb. Moving from an I-world to the we-world we are meant to live in is what real communication is all about.
By BATYA L. LUDMAN
An iconic museum unleashes cutting-edge technologies to reinvent the visitor experience.
By SHAINA OPPENHEIMER
By SOPHIE ASHKINAZE-COLLENDER
Learning self-sufficient agriculture in Israel.
By MIRIAM KRESH
A mechanical engineer’s quest to make the goal of interplanetary transportation a reality.
By BEN FISHER
Israeli start-up GreenWall’s unique solution to rising urbanization.
By RACHEL MYERSON
The realization that wisdom needs to be structured and be available to people when they need it, led to the formation of Wisdo.
By PATRICIA CARMEL
A new faux ‘Apple’ store pledges to bring cheaper prices and better service to Tel Aviv.
By ORIT ARFA
A round-up of news from around the nation.
By COMPILED BY NATHAN WISE
Ok, so he didn't actually live history, but using tech du jour 'Snapchat', he managed to put his face on some famous historic artifacts.
By OLIVIA FINE
Most people take their senses for granted, but for this little baby sight means finally being able to see his mom.
The video shows city lights and lightning flashes as the ISS circles the Earth.
The headphones offer the "final solution to the audio problem."
Israeli developer releases halachic electric Shabbat lights that meet safety standards that prohibit naked flames on military submarines.
On one of our ferrying trips our granddaughter turned to me and said ‘How were you in touch with
your friends if you didn’t have a smartphone?’
By BRENDA KATTEN
With over 250 foreign companies creating research facilities in Israel, its strong high-tech capability has been rated by the University of Lausanne as one of the top five world powers in this key area.
By JONATHAN ADELMAN
The treatment didn’t seem to make much of a difference, but it set me on a course of being a bit of a medical daredevil.
By BRIAN BLUM
Omidyar should stop funding anti-Semitic lies about Israel that seek to make it impossible for the Jewish state to defend itself against terrorists like Hamas.
By SHMULEY BOTEACH
Like most of us who grew up with typewriters, racing along with the fast-moving digital world is an ongoing challenge.
By BARBARA SOFER