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A US delegation sees emergency response technology during a visit to Israel.
Why is doggy doo turning into a burning news story?
Israel's Atomic Energy Commission opens a pavilion to exhibit its civilian nuclear technology at the 60th IAEA General Conference in Vienna.
TEVA and INTEL are teaming on a new joint technology project designed to help relieve the suffering of patients with Huntington's disease.
Israeli sports technology company execs were in the United States this summer to showcase their latest products.
The anxiety of wondering how long it will take till the ambulance arrives may soon become a thing of the past, thanks to GPS technology.
Six IEC executives are facing charges in Tel Aviv court for bribery and money laundering.
Google has given a $700,000 grant to an innovative Israeli startup to produce new technology for disabled people.
Men are being warned to use a headset when speaking on cell phones to minimize the risk of infertility.
BGU has been instrumental in developing cyber security programs in southern Israel.
The General warned: Israel and Iran are already engaged in a technological war, in which the Iranians are rapidly reducing Israel’s advantage.
PM Netanyahu is set to meet in Italy with PM Renzi and then visit Israel's pavilion at Expo 2015 in Milan.
Prof. Andrew Viterbi now has the honor of being the largest private donor to Technion.
AgriTech startups feature new crops, treatments, waste reduction and yield enhancement at Israel's AgriVest conference.
US teachers are learning "3-D printing" from the Dept. of Defense.
Israel is still debating whether to dip into its Middle Eastern treasure chest for the oil shale that lies beneath the holy land.