red sea

The Red Sea Simulator at the inter-university institute in Eilat allows for continuous, automated mo
Israeli, Arab, int’l scientists call for action to save Red Sea corals

Achieving regional cooperation between countries such as Israel, Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia presents unique challenges, but the scientific community is ready to do its part.

Steve Vai joins lineup of Red Sea Guitar Festival

American guitar legend Steve Vai is returning to Israel to reveal more alien guitar secrets.

New innovation hub promises smarter future for towns of all sizes

For start-ups advancing smart city solutions, the center will serve as a platform to offer their technologies to a long list of municipalities, rather than approaching individual local authorities.

Damage is seen on Iranian-owned Sabiti oil tanker sailing in the Red Sea, Oct. 2019
Iran nuke standoff heats up with new IAEA, ship attack disputes

"We believe that this is an attack organized by one or more states, since two other Iranian flagged [very large] tankers were similarly attacked in the same approximate area.”

Alon Olearchick
10,000 groove at Red Sea Jazz Festival in Eilat

Other than a cymbal blown off Al Foster’s drum kit on the second night of the show when the wind was at its fiercest, the performers played their hearts out.

Netflix true story saga of Mossad: ‘Argo’ meets ‘Exodus’

New Netflix true story saga of Mossad smuggling operation is entertainment with heart.

The jellyfish is now called ‘hutinit’
Scientists Try Using Mucus from Jellyfish to Clean the Seas

Marine biologists from University of Haifa conduct research with hope of reducing micro plastics from water.

Photo of Red Sea corals
Israel forms partnership with Arab nations to protect Red Sea corals

Israel will partner with neighboring Red Sea countries, including Saudi Arabia and Sudan, to establish a research center for the study, monitoring and protection of coral reef ecosystems.

Pilgrims board a ferry at Suakin port in the Red Sea state
How did Mossad manage to act within Sudan to bring Ethiopian Jews 'home'?

Former Israeli Mossad agent reveals how they reused an abandoned Italian diving resort in Sudan to smuggle Ethiopian Jews to Israel.

Coral reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba.
Israeli scientists say Gulf of Aqaba corals can survive climate change

Israeli researchers were able to recreate water conditions at a hi-tech aquarium facility in Eilat, imitating oceanic conditions.

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