Israeli microbiologists have developed the first passive vaccine against the mosquito-borne West Nile virus.
An Israeli conservationist has managed to jail more than 1,300 major wildlife traffickers in Africa through his wildlife conservation organization, the Last Great Ape Organization.
The success of GlaxoSmithKline’s once-a-day breast cancer pill Tykerb – which has won approval by the FDA for use by women with metastatic or advanced breast cancer – is thanks in part to clinical trials conducted by Israeli researchers.
Israeli artists have developed new bus stop libraries available free of charge to commuters and travelers across the country.
Fashion-designer Danit Peleg created the first-ever ready-to-wear clothing line made at home on 3D printers. She then caught the world’s attention when US snowboarder Amy Purdy danced a samba at the Opening Ceremony of the Paralympics in Rio while wearing a Peleg-designed 3D dress.
A small Israel company called Lenslet has developed a revolutionary electro-optic processor which operates one thousand times faster than any known Digital Signal Processor.
Two Arab-Israeli engineers have developed a 2x2x2-inch computer, which is the smallest in the world. The CuBox-i, sells for just $55 and is made by Israeli company, SolidRun.
An Israeli company developed a computerized system for ensuring proper administration of medications, thus removing human error from medical treatment.
Israeli scientists developed the first fully computerized, no-radiation, diagnostic instrumentation for breast cancer.
A 100-member Israeli delegation flew to Kenya to rescue survivors of a building collapse.