Top 10 Furry Innovations: When The ‘Startup Nation’ Turns Its Eyes To Pets
Our pets make the world go round, so why not make their lives easier with technology too? From television programs geared towards dogs to sensors that will tell you what your dog's bark means, Israeli innovators have thought of it all when it comes to pet-tech.
August 03, 2014
Eating A Steak Could Cost Us Our Planet, Researchers Find
Who doesn't love a juicy steak, save for die-hard vegetarians? Well you might want to reconsider that (or not) due to new research from the Weizmann Institute, which shows that of all the things we consume, beef is the worst for the environment.
July 30, 2014
No Camels: Radiocarbon Shows Domesticated Camels Didn’t Exist During Biblical Times
Archaeologists at Tel Aviv University recently discovered that domesticated camels are not the Israeli invention that the Bible makes them out to be. Their findings have allowed them to push the date of Israeli domesticated camels back from the 12th century BCE to the 9th century BCE.
June 23, 2014