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New Aquarium floats into Jerusalem scene

in Economy & Innovation

Jerusalem is expanding its cultural offering even further, and is now taking us all under the sea. The first official aquarium is opening at the end of July in Jerusalem. The aquarium building will be housed on the same land as the Biblical Zoo, and will house a variety of sea creatures and species. With…

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Distracted parents can cause death

in Life, Culture & Sports

The core issue begins with brains that are over-busy – and so they overlook their children in the backseat of an overheated car. An average of about 40 children per year die due to heat stroke from being left in a car, and the Ministry of Health has started a campaign to try to prevent…

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Women Lead in Life Science Industry

in Health & Science

Biotechnology is booming, and women are leading the way. The ratio of women to men in the bio-medical industry in Israel is about 70-30. Based on the large number of women who have been educated in the life sciences, the field is being dominated by women. In addition, the life science industry appreciates experience, education…

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Tel Aviv city pulls an all nighter for White Night

in Life, Culture & Sports

Imagine walking down the street to see acrobatics flying in the starry sky, graffiti artists spray painting local shop doors, and street bands at every corner surrounded by dance parties. This is White Night Tel Aviv, an all-night Arts Festival when the nonstop city lives up to its own name – in overdrive. It’s the…

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Israel is bringing back the Lost Tribe

in Life, Culture & Sports

This story goes back in time about 2,700 years ago, when the biblical tribe of Menasseh was forced out of Israel, and found a place to settle in India. Today, that lost tribe is known to be part of the Bnei Menashe community, and they landed in a northern Indian island called Mizoram. Now, the…

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