Prof. Robert Aumann is the fourth Israeli in the last four years to win a Nobel prize.
Israeli research shows that a tonsillectomy could be the key to solving sleep apnea in children.
The U.S. Marines in Iraq are using an Israel-developed hand-held computer for communication purposes.
For many years, conservationists believed Israelís Hula painted frog was extinct after its swampy habitat was drained in the 1950s. Now, the frog has been found alive and jumping in the Hula valley after massive conservation efforts.
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.
A portable electrocardiograph machine developed by Israeli company SHL can transmit highly detailed data on heart activity to physicians by mobile phone.
Trucks will be a lot safer and greener thanks to an Israeli company, Neomatix, which has developed a device to check tire pressure remotely, when trucks park for the night. Improperly inflated tires waste energy, wear down tire treads, and are a safety hazard.
Hawaiian singer Don Ho underwent an Israeli-developed stem cell treatment to strengthen his heart.
Israeli-developed security precautions have been adopted in Maryland and Washington.
Israeli researchers are using video games to investigate future treatments for memory disorders such as Alzheimer’s disease.