Technology
FeeX cofounders Uri Levine, left, Eyal Halahmi, Yoav Zurel and David Weisz.

Israeli device designed to restore upright mobility

The ReWalk is a light, wearable brace support suit which comprises DC motors at the joints, rechargeable batteries, an array of sensors and a computer-based control system.Last December, after seven years of confinement to a wheelchair, Shabtai, was able to …

How Israeli trash bins and UAVs are helping Americans

Public trash receptacles are a prime target for terrorists, a problem that Mistral is solving with its bomb-resistant trash containers.There may not seem to be a connection between trashcans and unmanned air vehicles. But state-of-the-art developments by Israel in both …

Israel helps to make Georgia a nanotech world center

Hebrew University-developed ‘Nanodumbells’ – gold-tipped nanocrystals which can be used as highly-efficient building blocks for devices.Israeli expertise in nanotechnology is making international waves – reaching all the way to the southern part of the United States. In Georgia, local scientists …

Israeli company first to launch UWB chipset

Wisair’s UWB chipset enables low cost, low power, and high bit-rate communication modules and system solutions for the fast emerging home/office connectivity for video/audio and data applications.Have you ever imagined a world in which there is no need to hook …

Israeli scientists help vultures spread their wings

In what is being hailed as a scientific breakthrough that could help preserve an endangered species, two Israeli Griffon vultures with crippled wings have successfully mated and hatched a fledgling. Scientists had previously believed that vultures that are unable to …

Israeli device redefines colonoscopy

Sightline’s FDA-approved ColonoSight uses air pressure assisted pull technology to pull the scope into the colon. Colon cancer kills 56,000 people every year in the US alone, and one million more are diagnosed with the disease every year. The trouble …

Patenting Israeli ingenuity

The Israel Trademark and Patent Office has some 200 employees and is responsible for examining applications and registering patents, designs and trademarks within the country.Few Israelis are Einsteins, but the great Jewish physicist, who was hired as a Swiss patent …

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