An Israeli company has developed the world’s first jellyfish repellent.
An Israeli doctor claims that he has succeeded in developing a female equivalent to Viagra called Sheagra.
Tel Aviv has been named a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Israeli scientists have found that a drug once used to treat vertigo can now help people lose weight.
Scientists in Israel have used strands of DNA to create tiny transistors that can literally build themselves.
Israeli biologists have successfully managed, for the first time, to prepare the flowering of the “Madonna Lily” – a rare white Easter lily – in time for Easter.
Researchers in Israel developed a new device that directly helps the heart pump blood, an innovation with the potential to save lives among those with congestive heart failure. The new device is synchronized with the heart’s mechanical operations through a sophisticated system of sensors.
Israel produces more scientific papers per capita than any other nation by a large margin – 109 per 10,000 people – as well as one of the highest percapita rates of patents filed.
An Israeli-developed device can painlessly administer medications through microscopic pores in the skin.
Israeli research has found that citrus oils may hold the key for asthma treatment.