Rats in an Israeli lab were able to form stronger memories after receiving a certain enzyme. In the future, this may have applications for humans.
A medical device from Israel will allow for less invasive, cheaper and more effective correction of severe spinal curvature.
Weighing less than a pound, the Injured Personnel Carrier can secure an injured person on a rescuer’s back, leaving hands completely free.
Synthetic peptide significantly enhances the only currently approved drug to get blood flow moving to the brain after a stroke.
An Israeli pharma company is testing an advanced compound that blocks a tumor’s blood supply. Used with standard chemo, it obliterates the growth.
A new Israeli study shows that with support from the supervisor, a stressed employee is less likely to need days off to recover.
Bold new three-year collaboration gives the global pharma giant access to the Weizmann Institute’s bright ideas in medical treatment and diagnosis.