We love TIPA film, an Israeli designed compostable wrapping for your lunch. Haaretz’s Ruth Schuster tells us more.
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Israeli companies are creating healthcare technology to help patients suffering from trouble on the left side of the heart.
Tel Aviv University researchers who are studying Lou Gehrig’s disease say they’ve “moved the field forward,” reports Shoshanna Solomon at the Times of Israel.
A new Israeli device still in development could allow pregnant women to check on the health of their baby using only their smartphones.
Breast cancer is the most common cancer affecting women around the world. Because early detection is closely tied with the chances for survival, researchers are constantly looking for better ways to catch cancer at its earliest stages. A team of cancer researchers in Israel have created a new screening for breast cancer that’s surprisingly simple and affordable. So far, it’s smelling like a success.