Is it possible to ‘reprogram’ an organism, which consumes sugar and releases carbon dioxide, to consume carbon dioxide from the environment and produce the sugars it needs to build its body mass? That is just what a group of Weizmann Institute of Science researchers recently did.

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The Israeli company Nano Textile has invented a technology that makes any fabric capable of killing bacteria. The technology prevents bacteria growth on natural and synthetic fibers, which helps prevent the spread of infections acquired in hospitals and reduces cross-contamination between medical staff and patients.

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A day after she was born, Noa had a stroke and began convulsing. Now, two years later, a promising new treatment at the Sheba Medical Center at Tel Hashomer, outside of Tel Aviv, could help her battle cerebral palsy (CP).

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A young Israeli student living in Shanghai, China, has developed a product derived from essential oils that preserves fruits and vegetables three times longer than usual.

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A cancer study hailed this week as potentially showing revolutionary results for the treatment of leukemia is based on research undertaken by Prof. Zelig Eshhar of Israel’s Weizmann Institute of Science.

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Prof. Yonina Eldar’s lab at the Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering is developing a small, portable, efficient, innovative ultrasound system that transmits scans to the treating physician immediately.

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Scientists at Tel Aviv University and Rabin Medical Center have discovered they can detect lung cancer early in smokers by performing a CT scan at the time they are admitted as pneumonia patients. Often, the pneumonia is caused by young cancer cells blocking air pathways.

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Israeli video tech company Valens has announced that two of the biggest automakers – GM and Mercedes – are to install its HDbaseT world standard cable technology into their vehicles and products. HDBaseT eliminates waiting time for the display of apps, videos and other content.

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