‘We must learn how to leverage our culture of entrepreneurship in high-tech and look 10 years ahead to cope with competition,’ says chief scientist at business confab.
In Jerusalem, ALYN Hospital’s respiratory rehab staff pioneers socialization of physical therapy sessions for ventilated preschoolers and their parents.
In an upcoming space mission, the Vecoy platform – which tricks viruses into committing suicide – will be tested to see how it works in zero gravity.
Israeli research reveals a cellular ‘tug of war’ that keeps rogue white blood cells from triggering diseases such as asthma and blood disorders.
Once-a-month treatment for multiple sclerosis, and painkiller Tapentadol, gain US patents – inching Israeli pharma company closer to the market.
Amblyz, invented by Israeli physician Omry Ben-Ezra, wins international prize for innovation and 7,000 orders from Turkey.
Israeli company’s SomnuSeal mask is more comfortable for patients who can’t tolerate the existing option, and it protects cardiac health too.
Our inaugural Journey to Israel trip presented the startup nation in a whole new light focused on innovation in every sector of society.
Setting a new course of treatment for men with androgen receptor insensitivity, Israeli MDs enabled their patient to become a dad.
‘We have a clinical goldmine in our hands, and we must dig deeper,’ says lead Israeli researcher proposing that wild blind mole rats replace lab mice.