Includes information about the natural environment of the State of Israel as well as scientific activities specific to the country.
An environmental organization and a member of Clean Up the World. Creating awareness through education, partnership-building, and setting achievable goals and targets to achieve sustainable development.
Features information about ongoing research on earthquakes in Israel and the region.
Presents Israeli cleantech ventures and green living solutions and promotes a green Israel and a healthy, ecologically-friendly, environment for all in the Middle East.
Features over 250 hands-on displays and exhibits, almost all manufactured in-house, demonstrate a broad range of scientific principles. [English/Hebrew]
Conducts research to promote the sustainable use and protection of the country's marine, coastal and freshwater resources. Includes staff directory, publications list, and reports on topics of interest.
Database of institutions of higher education, research centers, funds, associations and related government agencies. Agriculture, biology, medicine, chemistry, computer science, engineering, geology, geography, physics, psychology and social sciences.
"The center for research, information and rescue of marine mammals in Israel" under the aegis of several governmental institutions and agencies.
A project whose objective is to provide desalinated water and hydroelectric power to Israel and the Middle East. Includes a brief technical description of the proposed project.
Research activities include: imaging and photometry of planets, moons and comets, photometric and spectroscopic studies of novae, symbiotic stars and other cataclysmic variables, spectrophotometric studies of quasars and active galactic nuclei, photometry and spectroscopy of x-ray binaries, multi-color photometry of galaxies, studies of spectroscopic binary stars. Operated by Tel Aviv University.
The goal of BIDR is to carry out research on the desert environment, required for promoting sustainable uses of the Negev Desert and other drylands the world over.
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