The startup nation keeps conducting research and adapting new technologies that will hopefully help treat coronavirus patients and help lessen the burden on the healthcare community.
School’s out for the pandemic. Thankfully, Israeli technology can help parents keep their kids occupied and learning!
We are so proud of the 100 volunteer Israeli physicians who are participating in interactive video broadcasts to help isolated coronavirus patients all over the world.
Dr. Eliezer Be'eri explains why an Israeli device used to treat pneumonia victims will offer coronavirus patients a safer treatment and will hopefully go on sale in China in the next few months.
Learn how Israeli scientists are using dinosaur fossils from 66 million years ago to help advance the medical field today!
Israeli 15-hour hackathon works on solutions to issues like water contamination, monitoring air quality, and more to cope with the consequences of Australia's wildfires.
A team of researchers at Hebrew University can test to see whether bacteria will develop tolerance to certain antibiotic treatments prior to giving them to patients, reports the Times of Israel.
From helping those with paralysis to walk to printing a 3D heart, Israeli innovators have made some amazing strides in innovation over the last decade.
Israel21c shares more about how the virtual reality system used by Israeli fighter pilots is now helping neurosurgeons practice challenging procedures to help them have a better chance at success.
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