Scientists at Israel’s Weizmann Institute have discovered why chemotherapy sometimes doesn’t work; Cadets in the final stage of the IDF officers’ course participated in a 24-hour Hackathon to develop systems for helping disadvantaged children; The UK Israel Tech Hub organized a three-day TeXchange conference in London to share solutions to prevent cyber-attacks, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL... Read more »

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Israeli biotech Redhill has announced that the Phase 3 trial of its BEKINDA treatment for acute gastroenteritis and gastritis has met its targets for efficacy and safety; Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu was flown by an ultra-Orthodox female pilot to Thessaloniki, Greece; In the 1960s, famous Spanish surrealist Salvador Dali, produced Zionist-themed paintings, and much more. ISRAEL’S... Read more »

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A 72-year-old Canadian at Israel’s Rambam Medical Center is the first congestive heart failure patient to receive a new CoRolla implant from Israeli biotech CorAssist; Jerusalem’s Kivun Center helps the capital’s Haredim find employment; Israel’s unemployment rate fell to 4.1% in July, down from 4.3% in June, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Patient receives... Read more »

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Israeli researchers have made a breakthrough in non-invasive scanning; Charity Leket Israel has purchased a field for the sole purpose of growing food for the poor; For about two weeks every year, the Israel’s Judean Desert is transformed into a lush oasis with a green carpet and an abundance of flora and fauna, and much... Read more »

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Scientists at Israel’s Weizmann Institute have uncovered a molecule called Agrin, that appears to control the cardiac repair process;  Israel is subsidizing afternoon daycare for all families; Israel Export Institute reported that Israeli exports to the U.S. amounted to $3.1 billion in the first quarter of 2017, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS A molecule that restores... Read more »

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Dr. Tovit Rosenzweig of Ariel University discovered that the Israeli plant Sarcopoterium Spinosum can balance blood sugar levels; Three times a week, Israeli charity Ezer Mizion provides breakfast for 120 Holocaust survivors; Travelers are now able to order taxis using the Gett app after landing at Tel Aviv’s Ben Gurion airport, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS... Read more »

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Scientists at Israel’s Weizmann Institute genetically sequenced every cell in the brain’s immune system; NYT discovers Israel-Arab research project; June tourism up 28%, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Breakthrough in Alzheimer’s research Scientists at Israel’s Weizmann Institute genetically sequenced every cell in the brain’s immune system (microglia). In Alzheimer’s disease, they found Disease-Associated Microglia (DAM) trying... Read more »

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Ben Gurion University has developed many new treatments to kill cancer cells by targeting the protein VDAC1 that controls cell death; UAE-based Center for World University Rankings judged Israel’s Technion first in the world in the field of aerospace engineering; Weizmann House in Rehovot, home of the first president of the State of Israel, has re-opened after... Read more »

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Israel’s CorAlert is developing a non-invasive monitor that can diagnose heart failure in real-time; the Facebook group Israeli Women Entrepreneurs’ Network (IWEN) has 700 members and helps Anglo female entrepreneurs in Israel; Israel’s 2016 revenue totaled 321.1 billion shekels ($88.02 billion), higher than the Government’s 2016 target of 312.3 billion shekels ($85.61 billion), and much... Read more »

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Israeli startup CardiacSense has developed a smartwatch heart monitor which is almost as accurate as an ECG machine; Israel Advanced Technology Industries (IATI) brought together 35 programmers to make people’s lives better; Abid Sharifov, Azerbaijan’s deputy Prime Minister, was flown to Israel after his doctors determined his heart condition was life-threatening, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL... Read more »

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