Biodesign Innovation Program benefits from the expertise of Jerusalem’s best and brightest in medicine, business, engineering and law.
BoneCure, a revolutionary artificial membrane that speeds and simplifies bone re-growth in pets, may also be headed for the human market.
The Israeli company’s special therapeutic contact lenses offer a novel way to treat painful corneal edema.
Israel’s annual International Biotechnology Conference (BioMed) attracts interest from one of Italy’s largest labs, among other foreign companies.
April is Parkinson’s Awareness Month. Find out about the most promising research in Israel to find preventions, treatments and cures.
For 100 years, scientists searched for a way to deliver insulin orally instead of by injection. Now an Israeli team claims it’s found the solution. Phase 2 clinical trials are coming.
An Israeli company’s experimental blood test can detect dementia while the disease is still mild enough to treat more effectively.
In a groundbreaking advance, a novel Israeli implant provides a scaffold for the body to regenerate true joint-protecting cartilage.
Company accidentally discovers the treatment after patients testing new anti-inflammatory drug report unexpected side effects.
Israeli women are dominant in all three areas of biomedical engineering — inventions, industry and investment.