Israeli-American medical health startup personalizes health information and keeps patients up to date with the latest medical news.
Hospitals across Israel have opened top-notch maternity hotels to help new mums and babies rest and recuperate after the birth.
Married couple Jessica Apple and Michael Aviad each developed type 1 diabetes and started a prominent e-zine, ASweetLife, to provide fun and information.
Cannabis tech is the lowest-hanging fruit today, because medical marijuana growers adopt new technologies much faster, says one investor.
Two Israeli medical device concepts for easier diagnosis of pneumonia win Grand Challenges grants.
Developer of Na-Nose, which can sniff out cancer, proposes linking his groundbreaking diagnostic nanotechnology to a smartphone.
TTFields therapy, developed by an Israeli scientist, delivers low-intensity alternating electric fields via a scalp device to inhibit cancer cells.
By day a patent lawyer, Sandy Colb dedicates the rest of his time to growing crops for Israel’s most vulnerable citizens.
Australia’s PhytoTech Medical signs deal to develop a medical cannabis delivery system based on technology from Hebrew University.
TouchéMedical is developing a low-cost ‘smart’ patch pump designed for patients of all ages with diabetes, Parkinson’s and other chronic conditions.