For the one in every four people who experience motion sickness during travel, a new device created by Israeli innovators may make your next boat, plane, or car ride more enjoyable. All you have to do is wear this device around your neck to alleviate your symptoms.
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The statistics are staggering. Around the world, 795 million people don’t have enough food to live a healthy life, according to the World Food Programme. And the World Health Organization says that 1.1 billion people don’t have access to clean drinking water. Thankfully, many in Israel are using their innovative strengths to tackle the huge issues using agricultural technologies that conserve, enhance, multiply, and save.
Watch as one tour group uses a sledgehammer to test the durability of this Israeli engineered glass bridge! This bridge is the longest and highest glass bridge in the world, and possibly the scariest for all those afraid of heights.
Israeli innovators working at Israel Aerospace Industries produced new search and rescue technology – Res-Q-Cell – that uses cellphones to find the location of missing victims during emergencies, such as building collapses. A buried person cannot always yell for help because their airway can become blocked by debris. The rescue team trying to save victims after the building collapse in Tel Aviv earlier this week used this technology to save one of the trapped victims.
Israeli researchers just published an article in the journal Nature Cell Biology, explaining their recent discovery of how melanoma spreads throughout the body. This news means there may be hope for a cure.