Mentored by engineers from the Technion, Israel’s leading technology university, a high school robotics team in Haifa produced a robot to deliver equipment, medicine and food and help protect hospital medical staff from COVID-19. By Yakir Benzion, United With Israel The robotics club at a Haifa high school has teamed up with engineers at the… Read more »
Rambam treats Palestinian Arabs from Jenin and Gaza the same as its Israeli Jewish and Arab patients; In a historic first, two female lawyers were appointed as Israel’s first Ethiopian judges, and much more.
Researchers at Israel’s Weizmann Institute have discovered a link between the level of oxygen breathed by mice and their ability to adapt to a shift in daylight hours; The state-of-the-art control system installed in the Head and Neck Operating Room at Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center is the first of its kind in the world, and much more.
WoundClot is a gauze that absorbs 25 times its own weight of blood and forms a coagulating gel membrane on the open wound; Israeli Professor Yoram Palti invents an electrode treatment for aggressive brain tumors, and much more.
Waiting for Syrian refugees on the shore is a rescue team of doctors and nurses, both Arab and Jewish, from the Israeli humanitarian organization IsraAid, and Israel’s first ever basketball league for people with special needs has been launched in Jerusalem.