An Israeli computer program has been clinically proven to accurately provide a prognosis of how effective chemotherapy will be for breast cancer patients.
Israeli medical researchers have shown that lycopene – the red pigment found in tomatoes – lowers blood pressure.
New Yorkers are finding parking in their city a great deal easier with a new Israeli app called Pango that lets users locate, book and pay for parking spots via their smartphone. Other US cities in Arizona and Pennsylvania are also using the system.
Israel is one of the leading countries in providing ornamental fish to aquariums around the world.
The first PC anti-virus software was developed in Israel in 1979.
An Israeli company has developed a simple blood test that distinguishes between mild and more severe cases of MS.
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.
Since February 2013, more than 1,200 Syrian women, men and children have made their way across the Syrian-Israeli border to be treated for free in Israeli hospitals – regardless of the fact that Syria is an enemy state of Israel.
An Israeli discovery of a gene that could cure a blinding eye disease has been licensed by pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.
An Israeli doctor headed the Merck team that developed a vaccine against cervical cancer.