Israeli professor’s revolutionary disease-detection device is on the road to changing how early, and how easily, lung cancer is diagnosed.
For 100 years, scientists searched for a way to deliver insulin orally instead of by injection. Now an Israeli team claims it’s found the solution. Phase 2 clinical trials are coming.
An Israeli company’s experimental blood test can detect dementia while the disease is still mild enough to treat more effectively.
Hyperbaric treatment revitalizes neurons in damaged brains, Israeli researchers find.
Sderot Medical Rehabilitation Center will provide missile-hit southern residents physical, occupational, communication, art, sensory and water therapies at no charge.
Israeli researchers report that cells from the placenta may one day be used to produce human eggs for women who do not ovulate.
In a groundbreaking advance, a novel Israeli implant provides a scaffold for the body to regenerate true joint-protecting cartilage.
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.