Bactusense from Israel will give real-time identification and analysis of bacteria in food processing plants, water systems, hospitals and more.
ISRAEL21c looks at two new made-in-Israel shoe technologies to help people avoid falls and regain proper gait after stroke and other injury.
After a mastectomy, Michelle Kolath-Arbel of Israel learned to make lifelike silicone nipples, and founded Pink Perfect to sell them worldwide.
Two Israeli brothers, a plastic surgeon and a biomedical engineer, believe they’ve invented the most lightweight silicone implant ever.
An Israeli graduate student is working on an international project to reintroduce prawns to eat parasite-carrying snails in African waters.
Experts believe the multipronged approach that wiped out the disease in pre-state Israel could be applied to African countries today.
In Jerusalem, ALYN Hospital’s respiratory rehab staff pioneers socialization of physical therapy sessions for ventilated preschoolers and their parents.
Amblyz, invented by Israeli physician Omry Ben-Ezra, wins international prize for innovation and 7,000 orders from Turkey.
OrCam is based on artificial intelligence and special algorithms built into a tiny computer that clips onto your eyeglasses.