Israeli Study Confirms: Sexist Men Threatened By Women, Have Unsatisfying Relationships
New study by researchers at Tel Aviv University shows that men who endorse male dominance and have patriarchy-reinforcing beliefs are more anxious and become impaired in heterosexual romances
February 04, 2018
Reinventing Zionism With Wine and Vines
New nonprofit seeks to promote investment in Israel, rebrand it as a country of wine, art and music
February 04, 2018
Meghan Markle To #MeToo: Spot.IM Ranks The Hot-Button Topics That Generated The Most Comments in 2017
Israeli startup that manages comments for Fox, AOL and Time releases a ranking of the topics that produced the most talkbacks in 2017.
January 01, 2018
5 Israeli Kibbutzim Embracing Sustainable Living To Curb Climate Change
These 5 Israeli communities are at the forefront of environmental research, sustainable farming and energy projects.
December 19, 2017
Israeli STEM Leadership Program Aims To Curb The Brain Drain
The Zuckerman STEM Leadership program aims to attract North American postdoc students to work in Israel, but also entice Israeli academics back home.
November 29, 2017
‘Let’s Get To 51’: New Initiative Seeks To Get Women Their Fair Share Of The ‘Startup Nation’
'Let's get to 51 percent' is a viral project that provides women entrepreneurs with access to industry leaders, but some say it's naive.
November 28, 2017
After Conquering Shared Work Spaces Worldwide, WeWork Takes On Education
With a private children's school and a coding bootcamp at WeWork locations, the Israeli co-founded $20 billion company is looking to shape the future.
November 22, 2017
Tel Aviv Brings Startup Spirit To City’s Seedy South With Municipal Incubator
In the seedy neighborhood of Neve Shaanan, Tel Aviv has tapped veterans from the IDF's 8200 unit to launch an entrepreneurship center.
October 31, 2017
Binge Drinking In College Lowers Chances Of Landing A Job After Graduation
Drinking habits, not drinking itself, may impact future careers, according to Israeli researchers.
October 03, 2017
Using Smiley Emojis At Work Makes You Look Incompetent, Israeli Study Finds
Is a smiley the same as an actual smile? Absolutely not, researchers find.
September 20, 2017
Europe’s Largest Social Dining Platform VizEat Buys Israeli Competitor EatWith
The purchase of EatWith by UK's VizEat will make it the largest communal dining platform in the world.
September 12, 2017
Students From Third World Countries Come To Israel For Fully-Funded MA In Child Development
Coming from Uganda, Myanmar, Nepal, Liberia, Nigeria, Kenya and other countries, the professionals get the tools to improve children's lives.
September 06, 2017
IsraAID’s Rescue Teams Helping In Flooded Houston
The Israeli NGO aims to help out with coordination of relief efforts in the storm-battered city.
August 31, 2017
Israeli Designer Bridges Cultural Gaps With Stunning New Script Combining Arabic And Hebrew
Called "Aravrit," the 638-letter script designed by Liron Lavi Turkenich fuses Arabic and Hebrew words: 'Peace’ in Aravrit would say ‘salaam’ on the top half and ‘shalom’ on the bottom half.
July 19, 2017
Israeli Scientists Discover The Brain Mechanism Behind Successful Multitasking
Only 2 percent of the population actually multitasks efficiently, and there are ways to become better at this.
July 18, 2017