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.
For a country with a relatively tiny population and size, Israel has produced huge advances in medicine, industry, agriculture, technology, and science that have saved lives, expanded knowledge, and broadened horizons around the world.
A new smart device by HydrantTech makes sure every drop of water counts reports the Times of Israel.
A pilot program for e-scooters in Jerusalem will give commuters a new way to get places faster.
Residents of southern Israel must head north to get to the nearest hospital. But now a new rehabilitation hospital is opening in southern Israel, ensuring those suffering from accidents, injuries, and terror attacks have care.
An Israeli startup may have a promising start in using a blood test to discover early signs of lung cancer reports the Times of Israel.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University say they've discovered the pathway that causes melanoma to spread to the brain, and they think they can stop it.
Now, Israeli researchers are working on a way to use seawater algae to make biodegradable plastics reports NoCamels, helping to combat harmful plastic waste in our oceans.
Israeli innovators at Hebrew University of Jerusalem might have discovered a way to detect Alzheimer’s or Parkinson’s diseases earlier reports the Times of Israel.
Israeli Startup Nurami Medical is developing a bandage that acts like the brain’s protective membrane and will protect against infection reports Israel21c.
This year, at the annual Jerusalem College of Technology’s hackathon, the winning team developed a wireless oxygen monitor for infants.
Israeli researchers developed a nontoxic glue to put the human body back together after serious injuries both externally and internally reports the Times of Israel.
Israel21c reports that a new handheld sensor designed by Israeli innovators can help people with food allergies by detecting the common allergens from a small food sample.
Researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology open a center for the printing of living cells, which will be open to all Technion scientists and researchers reports NoCamels.
An Israeli startup, Insightec, says they have discovered a way to alleviate the symptoms of Parkinson’s tremors in a way that is safe and effective reports the Times of Israel.
Millions of people get sick from food-borne illnesses per year in the U.S., but an Israeli startup is trying to change this reality.
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