Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer; Israeli biotech Neurim signed marketing agreements for its new treatment for sleep disorders in children with autism and neurogenetic diseases; Israeli surgeons from Save a Child’s Heart saved 14 young, faulty hearts, and much more. By: Michael Ordman ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Key enzyme discovery in fight against cancer Israel Technion… Read more »
CNN has written about three Israeli Innovations that will revolutionize the planet; Want a phone-free family meal, or just a break from constantly checking messages and emails? Purchase an Israeli Pause, and much more.
Dairy farmers from India to Italy travel to Israeli kibbutzim to learn how to increase their milk yields; IBA News goes behind the scenes at the Sorek desalination plant, which produces 20% of Israel’s domestic water, and much more.
Scientists at Israel’s Technion have designed a low-energy system for harvesting safe drinking water from air; scientists have rewritten engineering rules to build a boat that is lighter, faster, more durable and uses less fuel, and much more.
Many readers say that they are amused by some of the articles in my positive weekly Israel newsletter featuring Israeli innovations, discoveries and humanitarian activities. Here are a few recent examples.
The SightDX Parasight Malaria Detection Platform from Israel’s Sight Diagnostics is to be introduced into India; Israel’s LifeSeal, the no-leak sealant solution for patients who have undergone gastrointestinal (GI) surgery, has received CE approval for use in the European Union, and much more.
Jerusalem Post’s Barbara Sofer lists 68 reasons to be proud of Israel as it celebrates its 68th Independence Day; JNF Missions transcend the boundaries of a standard trip and provide participants with a deeper connection to the land and people of Israel, and much more.
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.
Israel’s Novotalk is the only app that includes a therapy aspect for stuttering intervention, and researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a molecule which targets metastatic human melanoma and colon cancer.
Israeli researchers at Technion - Israel's Institute of Technology in Haifa, have created a new, flexible material that is sensitive to touch and can heal itself automatically if there is damage within 10-30 minute.