Sophie Donio from Eilat is Israel’s first female EMS ambucycle driver; Deputy Minister Michael Oren hosted 1st-ever fast-breaking Iftar dinner in honor of Ramadan; There are currently 18 Israeli-founded companies worth over $1 billion, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israel’s first female ambucycle driver Sophie Donio from Eilat is Israel’s first female EMS ambucycle... Read more »

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US Government funds Israeli flu vaccine trial; Tel Aviv University and Indian philanthropic organization TATA Trusts will bring Israeli expertise and innovation to farmers; The new Steinhardt Museum of Natural History in Tel Aviv has five floors of exhibits displaying 3,000 items, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS US Government funds Israeli flu vaccine trial The... Read more »

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An Israeli breakthrough can reduce side-effects from chemicals; Israeli NGO leads the fight to reduce plastic waste and encourage recycling; Israel’s unemployment rate fell to 3.6%, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Eliminating major side-effects A breakthrough by Israeli scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Weizmann Institute can reduce side-effects in chemicals.  Treatments (e.g. thalidomide) contain both... Read more »

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Israeli scientist have developed a new non-invasive method to detect the breast cancer biomarker early and accurately; Israel welcomed 949,000 tourists in the first 3 months of 2018; Paraguay will relocate its embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Early cancer detection Scientists at Israel’s Ben-Gurion University and Soroka Medical Center have... Read more »

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Israel makes progress in stem cell replacement therapy for Parkinson’s; President Rivlin and more Israeli politicians join in annual Druze festival celebrations; 70th Anniversary Yom Ha’Atzmaut show on Mount Herzl in Jerusalem, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS New pathway to treat Parkinson’s An Israeli-led international study has discovered that proteins called BMP5/7 are essential for... Read more »

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Tiny Israel ranked second after the US for the number of deals involving cybersecurity companies between 2013 and 2017; at the 70th Anniversary Independence Day ceremony in Jerusalem, 300 Intel quadcopters staged a light and music display in the sky; Israel has one of the most exciting dining scenes in the world, and it is just starting... Read more »

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A new $60 million program enables researchers to target the best treatments for a patient’s disease; Israeli startup patented an ecologically friendly process to convert non-recyclable household trash from landfills into reusable plastic building material; Druze communities share their ancient traditions and way of life, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Matching treatments to patients Israel has... Read more »

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Scientists at Haifa University have proved that a person’s mood can be determined by examining one’s handwriting; Israeli fashion designer Nitzan Kish has created 3D jewelry for self-defense; the price of food in Israel has dropped 5% in the past two years, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Using handwriting for psychoanalysis Scientists at Haifa University... Read more »

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Israeli scientists develop eyedrops that repair the corneas, improve vision; Magen David Adom gets award for strengthening paramedic training programs of Ecuador’s Red Cross; Researchers at Ben-Gurion University develop low-cost infrared sensor for use as night-vision glasses or self-driving cars, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Eyedrops could replace spectacles Israeli scientists at Jerusalem’s Shaare Zedek Medical Center... Read more »

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The Israel Police and Ben-Gurion University launch research center to fight crime; Volkswagen’s Barcelona subsidiary SEAT integrates in-car driver monitoring systems from Israel’s eyeSight Mobile Technologies; Israel’s Saturas develops sensors that are planted in the trunks of trees, and vines, fiving accurate hydration status reports that enable farmers to optimize irrigation, and much more.

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Israel’s Zebra Medical Vision has received EU regulatory approval; Ahead of International Women’s Day, Israeli President Reuven Rivlin hosted 22 outstanding female students (Jewish and Arab); The Israeli police and Ben-Gurion University have partnered to launch the Center for Computational Criminology in Be’er Sheva, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Brain bleed detection gets Europe approval... Read more »

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A Bar-Ilan University professor develops compound that targets tumors; the Ahmadiyya Muslim community enjoys freedom in Israel; Japanese duo enjoys Israeli snacks, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Compound to target enzyme that powers cancer cells I reported previously (21st Jan) on the discovery by Professor Uri Nir, at Israel’s Bar-Ilan University of the FerT enzyme key to... Read more »

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