Run On Water: How Israeli Innovators Are Leading The Way To Hydrogen-Fueled Cars

Posted on December 9th, 2018
By Viva Sarah Press, NoCamels  


Water could be the source for hydrogen-fueled cars one day in the near future, thanks to continued scientific breakthroughs such as a recent one by Israeli scientists.

Researchers led by Dr. Arik Yochelis and Dr. Iris Visoly-Fisher of Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Prof. Avner Rothschild of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa, say they have identified a missing mechanism for an environmentally friendly way to split water molecules in order to produce energy without the need for an outside catalyst.

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In California wildfire aftermath, Israeli aid group rushes in

Posted on December 2nd, 2018
by Jaime Bender for FromtheGrapevine 


IsraAid gears up to help survivors following one of the deadliest fires in U.S. history, hoping to 'promote community resilience.'


With almost half a million acres destroyed and 79 deaths reported, the two wildfires raging in California rank among the deadliest in U.S. history.

But beyond the grim statistics, there's hope – in the form of IsraAid, an international relief agency based in Israel, that has just deployed to the two devastated regions to begin and maintain the recovery process for survivors.

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Inna Braverman, named one of the most influential women of the 21st century

Posted on November 25th, 2018
by Benyamin Cohen for FromtheGrapevine
 

Having survived the Chernobyl disaster, Inna Braverman set her sights on reinventing the energy industry.
 

The guest: Inna Braverman was named one of "10 of the most influential women of the 21st century," alongside Michelle Obama and Oprah Winfrey. Her story starts in the Ukraine on April 11, 1986. Two weeks after her birth, the nearby Chernobyl Power Plant exploded and sent radioactive material across the landscape. To this day, it remains the biggest nuclear disaster worldwide. Less than 200 miles away, baby Inna had trouble breathing from the pollution and went in respiratory arrest. She was announced clinically dead. Luckily for Inna, her mother is a nurse and rushed to the crib to help. She gave her baby mouth to mouth resuscitation until the ambulance arrived just in time. Inna survived.

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