Israeli diagnostic company Novamed has developed a home diagnostics product that can detect a heart attack even before it takes place.
An Israeli doctor claims that he has succeeded in developing a female equivalent to Viagra called Sheagra.
Israeli engineers and agriculturalists developed a revolutionary drip irrigation system to minimize the amount of water used to grow crops.
Israel has the third highest rate of entrepreneurship – and the highest rate among women and among people over 55 – in the world.
An Israeli system to help dyslexic readers is being used throughout the US and Europe.
Israeli companies are going to require models in their advertisements to take tests to insure that they have a normal BMI (Body mass index).
A new acne treatment developed in Israel, the ClearLight device, produces a high-intensity, ultraviolet-light-free, narrow-band blue light that causes acne bacteria to self-destruct – all without damaging surroundings skin or tissue.
Israel has one of the world’s only playgrounds totally suitable for special needs children.
Two Israelis have won the 2004 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their groundbreaking work in cancer research.
Prof. Robert Aumann is the fourth Israeli in the last four years to win a Nobel prize.