Size Doesn’t Matter offers grants to students and young-adults who have an idea for a fresh, new innovative project. We are interested in events highlighting Israeli nightlife, pop-culture, technology, culture, art, innovation…, and that will attract a broad range of the canadian population. If you are interested in hosting an SDM event, please either complete this […]
Shoshanna Solomon, Times of Israel The former president and prime minister, who died Wednesday at the age of 93, embodied Israeli entrepreneurship Former president Shimon Peres, who died Wednesday at the age of 93, was not one to take the easy way out, always looking for new solutions — whether fighting for peace or pushing […]
No need for the spit buckets at this Wine Tasting Tour Birthright definitely knows what they’re doing when they schedule wine tours at The Golan Heights Winery, especially after hiking up the Golan Heights. The Winery gave us three of their most popular wines to taste: the Gamla, the Yarden, and the Mount Hermon. It’s no coincidence […]
Starting the year off right, means celebrating with more Israelis! The country’s population hits 8.58 million – an increase of 2% from previous year BY TIMES OF ISRAEL STAFF September 27, 2016, 4:42 pm Along with the population, the country’s diversity is also growing. The Muslim population had the highest increase at 2.4% from 2015, […]
Researchers at BGU find that the body actively fights the autism genes in the negative selection process as a form of evolution. BY: SHOSHANNA SOLOMON, The Times of Israel According to The Times of Israel, researchers, Dr. Idan Menashe, Erez Tsur and Prof. Michael Friger, have determined that the human body does not select the autism […]
Blue and white team hammers Great Britain 9-1 in New York to earn place in ‘world cup of baseball,’ to be held in South Korea Israel became the final team to qualify for next year’s World Baseball Classic tournament with a 9-1 rout of Great Britain on Sunday. Read more at Times of Israel.
Idea aims to leverage city’s status as startup hub and its inhabitants’ tendency to be early adopters, city official says Tel Aviv plans to earmark one of its neighborhoods as a beta site to test out new technologies with the goal of developing smarter cities, a municipality official said in an interview. Read more at […]