An Israeli medical delegation from the ‘Save a Child’s Heart’ project recently spent two weeks in China performing open heart surgery on children.
Developers of Israel's missile defense system, Iron Dome, which became the hero of the 2014 conflict in Gaza, used some components from a toy car bought at Toys R Us to make the first prototype.
Laplanders from Norway turned to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to learn how to revitalize their traditional language.
Israeli engineers and agriculturalists developed a revolutionary drip irrigation system to minimize the amount of water used to grow crops.
Israeli scientists have found that a drug once used to treat vertigo can now help people lose weight.
Millions of American youngsters will soon be able to surf safely in Internet chat rooms thanks to Israeli technology.
Israeli research shows that a tonsillectomy could be the key to solving sleep apnea in children.
Intel has sold more than $5 billion worth of the Israeli-developed Centrino chipsets since they were introduced in March 2003.
Since February 2013, more than 2,600 Syrian women, men and children have made their way across the Syrian-Israeli border to be treated for free in Israeli hospitals – regardless of the fact that Syria is an enemy state of Israel.
Israeli scientists have created a DNA nano-computer that not only detects cancer, but also releases drugs to treat the disease.