Former Keter plastics executives turn their expertise into a humanitarian project to help millions of disabled children in developing countries get to school.
A new air-tight system for administering hazardous drugs is made in Israel and distributed in hospitals and clinics worldwide.
Two Israeli brothers, a plastic surgeon and a biomedical engineer, believe they’ve invented the most lightweight silicone implant ever.
Minimally invasive laser-based therapy offers a promising alternative for hundreds of thousands of patients diagnosed each year.
Israeli researchers zero in on a protein that viruses use to kill bacteria, holding out hope of a new drug that could treat people infected with deadly resistant strains.
Changes in previously-overlooked brain cells called microglia are seen to play a role in the development of depression following chronic exposure to stress.
US hospitals are using a bedside mapping device from Israel’s Wellsense to show staff how to reposition each patient to ward off pressure ulcers.
An Israeli graduate student is working on an international project to reintroduce prawns to eat parasite-carrying snails in African waters.
100 Israeli startups were invited to give an actual elevator pitch to international investors in Tel Aviv’s skyscraping Azrieli Center.
Israeli study finds that 87 percent of teens who quit chewing gum experience significant relief from chronic headaches.