Israeli researchers have developed an engineless, nano-RPV (remote piloted vehicle).
An Israeli company – Patus Ltd. – has donated thousands of its OdorScreen olfactory gel product to counter the crippling odors faced by on-scene Tsunami disaster workers.
When the U.S. Embassy in Nairobi, Kenya was bombed in 1998, Israeli rescue teams were on the scene within a day – and saved three victims from the rubble.
Israeli scientists have discovered how to turn mismatched cells into cancer fighters.
Israeli medical researchers have shown that lycopene – the red pigment found in tomatoes – lowers blood pressure.
Israeli scientists have developed a genetically engineered cleaning solution that makes today’s deadly new strains of superbugs resistant to antibiotics.
An Israeli inventor has developed the world’s first cardboard bicycle from recycled materials. The bike is resistant to rain and sun, and costs around $9 each.
Life is about to get a lot quieter thanks to an Israeli company, Silentium, that has developed an award-winning noise cancelling technology that can be applied to almost everything – from home appliances to airplane seats.
The first PC anti-virus software was developed in Israel in 1979.
A week-old Iraqi infant underwent an emergency operation in Israel to correct a congenital heart defect.