Warning signs for Israeli hi-techOnce vaunted Israeli hi-tech sector now faces decline, as there are not enough computer science graduates to sustain growth.
Spit test could detect cancer in 10 minutesScientists develop new cancer test using drops of saliva which can detect the lethal disease in record time.
100 years later scientists prove Einstein's theorySame day scientists find gravitational waves predicted in theory of relativity, Hebrew University presents the original documents.
Scientists to unveil proof of Einstein's theory of relativityUS researchers expected to present at Montana U findings which could change how astronomers, physicists look at universe.
Looking for a mikveh? Use WazeReligious Ministry figures show nearly a million searches on app for the nearest ritual bath as new initiative helps 55,200 women.
Technion develops portable ultrasound for disaster zonesProbe will allow real-time imaging from portable machines, to serve disaster zones, terror attacks, and areas with no medical access.
Israeli software extends battery life in 150 million phonesPowerXtend makes battery last up to 20% longer when the most power-intensive applications are running.
Six infants reported dead in one weekSix babies die this week in tragic sequence mostly striking haredi communities. Learns causes of SIDS and how to avoid it.
Facebook app drains battery, slows down android phonesRecent studies show that the app and messenger app drain 20% of the battery life of android phones and slow down other apps by 15%.
Mainstream fields no longer relevant for next generationMany fields of higher education are irrelevant by themselves, and need to be supplemented or replaced by a focus on technology, says MK.
Columbia space shuttle remains arrive in IsraelOn loan from NASA, remains of space shuttle Columbia arrive on display at Ilan Ramon conference for Israel Space week.
Zika virus declared a global emergencyWHO, criticized for being asleep at the wheel on Zika like Ebola, snaps into action as Brazil reports 4,000 birth defects and virus spreads.
Zika vaccine may be ready this yearIf human testing successful, vaccine to be used during a public health emergency in October or November.
Zika virus spreading 'explosively' according to WHOScientists warn that it could take a decade to make a vaccine against the mosquito-borne virus
Israel 'pretty protected' from Zika infectionArutz Sheva speaks with Dr. Hagai Levine about Zika epidemic; he says virus stresses importance of investing in public health.
Honda seeks Israeli brains for smart carsGiant Japanese automaker scouting for Israeli start-ups that will help create a crash-free car.
Israeli-developed intelligent socks will help diabeticsHebrew U students aim to reduce foot ulcers by linking pressure-sensing socks to a smartphone app that informs patients of developing risk.
Take an eye breakWe all try to look after our bodies and personal hygiene - but how many people properly take care of their eyes?
Israeli doctors treat new disease, save Palestinian boy's lifeDoctors discover new disease that affects the offspring of relatives who marry each other, and go on to save Palestinian boy's life.
Sony purchases Israeli company for $212 millionSony has purchased Altair and aims to make headway in the 'Internet of Things' market by utilizing their innovative chip technology.
Apple raises the price of apps in IsraelApple hikes App Store prices in seven countries due to fluctuating currencies, including the Jewish state.
Netanyahu tastes newly developed fruit for Tu B'ShvatIsraeli agricultural breakthroughs in new improved fruits and vegetables put on display for the Jewish birthday of the trees.
Israeli hospital brings hope for ALS victimsNew research by Hadassah Ein Kerem Hospital and BrainStorm Cell Therapeutics helps treat 90 percent of ALS cases tested.
Netanyahu meets HP president in DavosPM Netanyahu meets Hewlett Packard President and CEO Meg Whitman as he promotes Israeli economic interests at World Economic Forum.
Twitter returns after two-hour crashPopular social media site crashes Tuesday morning, leaving users across the world locked out of accounts.
Google paying for free special smartphone for disabled IsraelisSpecial smartphone that is operated with head movements and gestures – now given free of charge to every Israeli who needs it.
NBA providing highlight clips with Israeli appApp provides fans with customized in-game and post-game highlights in near real-time.
Israeli startups see record breaking exits salesIsrael startups sell for over $9.02 billion in 2015 making it the highest yearly amount of exit sales in the past decade.
70% of soldiers gain weight during their serviceKnesset Health Committee gathers forces from across country to fight obesity and diabetes as problem affects 15% of populace.
Israeli device to take off for JupiterWeizmann Institute scientists plan to take part in international research launch to giant planet in 2022.
90 Israeli companies woo investors at Beijing conferenceEconomic conference was an initiative to strengthen economic cooperation between Israel and China.
Israeli researchers offer some hope for HIV carriersHebrew University scientists’ research yields good first results.
UK says any alcohol can cause cancerCan that drink kill you? In biggest public health policy change in 20 years, recommended intake cut for men by half, for women by a third.
Specialist discusses breakthrough in avoiding cancerHead of Shaare Tzedek's Liver Unit analyzes new research, showing that aspirin can prevent cancer and heart disease.
It's here: Netflix arrives in IsraelIn a much anticipated and long awaited move, popular video streaming service is made available in Israel.
BDS fails again: Israeli isolation tent battles disease globallyWhen an infectious pandemic hits, dozens of countries turn to the IsoArk biological isolation units.
Chinese giant Macrolink pulls out of deal to buy ClalFollowing abnormal regulatory complications, Chinese business giant pulls out of deal, but is still looking for other Israeli investments.
WhatsApp malfunctionsMany users reported problems in sending and receiving messages with the popular application.
Israeli company exports life saving green materials to the EUSimply Green begins selling shockpads with synthetic grass overlay for EU countries to use in playgrounds, while capitalizing on recycling.
Facebook mutiny against 'evil' appNew app enables user to send text messages anonymously without being traced. Will it be used to abuse and humiliate? Don't rush to download.
Israeli white noise gadget cancels out snoring noiseNew Israeli invention broadcasts real-time sound wave based on principle of destructive interference. Start-up raises $200K.
YU professor pioneers nanoparticle researchDr. Fredy Zypman working on ways to better understand charge distribution, in study that could revolutionize medicine, electric cars.
Trouble remembering to drink? Try smart bottle-capsWatch: Arutz Sheva meets with co-founder of Water.IO - a combined water bottle-smartphone app which alerts users when they need to drink.
Too good to be true: A non-dairy and non-soy baby formulaWatch: Arutz Sheva meets with CEO of INDI, an Israeli company developing world's first alternative vegetable-based baby formula.
Forget BDS: Large corporations look to Israel for InnovationCreating meetups between multinational corporations and Israeli startups is how the startup nation will grow on an international level.
Coming soon: Physician AssistantsIsrael's medical system to branch out beyond doctors and nurses in response to emergency room overcrowding.
Is the next Google being developed in Israel?Experts disagree as to whether the tech world in Israel is capable of maturing to the level where a tech giant such as Google can exist.
High blood pressure is a 'silent killer' - how do we avoid it?Dr. Yoav Luria, head of the liver unit at the Shaare Zedek Hospital, with some tips on how we can avoid hypertension.
The positive side of brain drainIsraelis working abroad have become so ubiquitous that hi-tech companies can communicate in Hebrew.
Sufganiyot are great - but where do we draw the line?Family physician Dr. Reuven Dressler explains how parents can have their children enjoy Hanukkah without gaining too much weight.
Israeli video texting App champions deaf communityIsraeli app wins prestigious TDI award with Microsoft, Google; Glide recognized for work with hearing-impaired community.
Is our antibiotics addiction killing us?By taking unnecessary antibiotics and eating food filled with it, humanity is writing its own death warrant, claims recent report.
Has an Israeli firm solved global warming?Israeli company is developing technology to recycle CO2 back into fuel, giving industries a financial incentive to protect the environment.
How to have a healthy as well as happy HannukahSusie Fishbein discusses some cooking tips and tricks to keep everyone happy while eating healthy on the holiday.
Beware: Carcinogenic pacifierMinistry of Economics warns the public against use of a certain batch of yellow Gumex pure latex pacifiers.
Israeli corporation makes it big in SingaporeFirst Israeli company to go public in Singapore dedicated to - you guessed it - helping create startups.
Only in Israel: 'The Great Startup Race'Israel set to host biggest contest for startups in its history, as investments grow from 2.2 billion, to over 5 billion dollars.