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.
Gamida Cell wins orphan drug status for stem-cell treatment; cCam Biotherapeutics gets okay for clinical trial of antibody treatment for cancers.
Israelis are eager to share their expertise with a world that has been slow to legalize the medical use of marijuana.
Listen in to find out more about these made-in-Israel technologies aimed at improving quality of life for people with diabetes.
New study reveals insomnia can predict the appearance of back pain in adults.