A line of products trusted by neurosurgeons and neuroscience researchers on six continents was developed by a Christian-Arab couple in Nazareth, Israel.
An Israeli neurologist compiled studies on patients who suddenly started drawing, sculpting or writing while on dopamine-stimulating drugs.
2012 was a year of innovation and progress. To celebrate the New Year, ISRAEL21c looks back at the top stories of the year.
Not yet out of the lab, Hervana’s non-hormonal, long-acting and non-invasive birth control solution could be a game-changer for women in developing countries.
Two Israel Air Force vets are behind the Selman Surgical Rehearsal Platform that lets neurosurgeons practice for difficult cases.
Israeli scientists find a way to generate millimeter rays and use them to render cancer cells incapable of reproducing.
Using the new complex science of DNA origami, an Israeli biologist folds genetic material into a unique targeted delivery system for drugs.
Israeli team takes part in DARPA Robotics Challenge to build a robot capable of rescuing people in disaster zones.
‘Nothing would make us happier than finding the cure, and finding it in Israel,’ says co-chair of a US-Israeli joint research grant initiative.
Israel and Gaza may be fighting a bitter conflict, but at Wolfson Medical Center near Tel Aviv, children from Gaza get a new chance at survival.