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World’s Smallest and Sweetest Tomatoes Heading for a Supermarket Near You

“We missed the sweet taste that tomatoes once had, the taste of our childhood. That is why we decided that our goal is to create the world’s sweetest tomato."

Yigal Unna Tapped to Head Israel’s National Cyber Bureau

Unna currently heads the Cyber Technologies Unit, has served in a number of different roles in the defense establishment over the years.

Netanyahu Gifts Micronesian Island Country that Supported Israel at UN Vote

In addition to the US and Israel, the countries that voted against the condemnation were Nauru, Palau, Togo, the Marshall Islands, Micronesia, Guatemala, and Honduras.

Omer’s LEGO Tower Built to Highest Standard — and Hopefully Breaks Record — in...

The project was started in memory of 9-year-old Omer Sayag, who loved building Lego towers and who died of a rare brain cancer.

Eilat Plans New Beach Initiative

The municipality is planning an ecological beach and environmental education center in order to educate the public about the treasures that await beneath the waves.

Watch Netanyahu Tell Japan’s Foreign Minister ‘We Both Live in Challenging Regions’

"We’re committed to the pursuit of prosperity, security and peace, and I think it’s easier for any one of us to achieve it with the help of the other."

Winter Storm Does Little to Reverse Effects of Drought

“We are praying for rain, but we must prepare for more drought.”

Israel’s Advancing Technology Causes Crisis For Emergency Service Organizations

United Hatzalah has developed new emergency communication technologies that interface with the latest cellular communications networks.

Yam Pro Signs $180 Million Deal to build Wave Energy Power Station in Ghana

According to the US Energy Information Administration, if we could capture 1% of the ocean's energy, we could produce enough power to meet the global energy demand 5 times over.

Israel to Withdraw from UNESCO

Israel and the Jewish nation should be the first to donate to this organization and the last to leave. However, in ... UNESCO, sane countries have nothing to find.”

London Haredi Court Consults Tzomet on Shabbat Digital Water Meters

The Orthodox community in London has been troubled by a city plan to replace the old water meters with digital units which would cause the desecration of Shabbat whenever one turns on a simple faucet.

Israeli Farmers, Nurseries Clamoring for Cannabis Permits

The Knesset is considering legislation to allow Israel to export medical marijuana. Ministers estimate sales of the product could inject as much as $1.1 billion into the Israeli economy.

US Says DPRK Hackers Behind ‘WannaCry’ Global Ransomware Attack

"This was a careless and reckless attack. It affected individuals, industry, governments, and the consequences were beyond economic. . . [it] put lives at risk, not just money."

North Korea Testing Anthrax-Packed Warheads on ICBMs

An intelligence source revealed Pyongyang is conducting “heat and pressure resistance tests to see whether anthrax germs can survive at temperatures of 7,000 degrees or higher.”

Hebrew University Researcher Discovers How the Unconscious Mind Picks Out Faces in a Crowd

With the onslaught of stimuli—images and rapid flashing—it took the brain a few seconds to understand that it was seeing a face and then to “transfer” these images to the conscious brain for processing.

Israel Plans to Refill the Kinneret

A new infrastructure project will pump water back into the Kinneret, saving the Sea of Galilee and the Galil.

TEVA Wins FDA Application Acceptance for Fremanezumab

The newly-developed migraine medication is intended to prevent the horrific attacks that can sideline sufferers from several hours to several days at a time.

Government Ratifies Move to Unify National Cyber Units

Israel is among the leaders, if not the leader, in the world in defending our citizens and all of our other essential infrastructures against cyberattack.

Elbit Produces New SmartScope for Snipers

The new scope can be used in tunnels and windowless room because it does not employ cooling or use light from the stars as did older models.

Israeli Scientists Show Individuals Have ‘Neural Fingerprint,’ Search for Early Markers of Autism

The researchers hope to find early markers that will help in the diagnosis -- and ultimately, the treatment -- of autism at a younger age.

TEVA to Relocate Most Israeli Operations, Slash Work Force

A total of 10,000 of the company’s total 56,000 employees are projected to lose their jobs worldwide.

Israeli Researchers Says Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy May Improve Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Israeli researchers say hyperbaric oxygen treatment has the potential to correct behavioral and physical deficits associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Israeli Cybersecurity Firm Unmasks Iranian ‘Charming Kitten’ Hackers

Most of the targets were located in the United States, Israel, the UK and Iran, according to ClearSky, which deals with threat intelligence.

Frustrated About Your Diet? Your Scale Isn’t Giving the Entire Picture!

The first-ever long-term diet study to use MRI to map body fat storage changes has come up with interesting data on how health lifestyle choices affect fat reduction.

Israeli Scientists Say Skipping Breakfast Disrupts ‘Body Clock Genes’ Regulating Weight, Glucose

Tel Aviv University researchers say consuming breakfast normalizes the expression of genes that improve insulin and glucose responses all day long.

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