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Israeli medical devices and technology help teams locate and treat victims, says United Hatzalah paramedic in charge of a three-organization relief effort.
Michael Matias, 19, developed AnyMeal and founded HackGenY, a coding competition that has taken place in California, Jamaica and soon Israel and India.
Teams of Israeli medical and rescue personnel are deeply involved in rescuing and treating casualties and bringing home Israelis from the disaster area.
10 Israeli nanotech companies exhibited their cutting-edge solutions at Imaginenano 2015, Europe’s largest nanotechnology conference.
Israel Defense Force sends its largest humanitarian aid team in years to rescue and treat victims of the deadly Himalayan earthquake.
Israel’s ‘electronic nose’ pioneer shows how nanotechnology can improve and simplify diagnosis of an often deadly cancer.
Israeli research and development in traditional areas like agriculture technologies are crystallizing into new market areas for cannabis.
Israeli scientists develop a novel method to suppress malaria parasite’s virulence genes so that it cannot evade the immune system.
Thanks to a growing trend of morning parties fueled by soft drinks and dancing, Tel Avivians are rising early to party harder than ever before.