Good News Israel Archive from the week of January 15, 2017: Cadets in the IDF Technological Officers Training Course have developed a digital bracelet that medics attach to soldiers injured on the battlefield; Israel’s national water carrier Mekorot has begun the construction of the world’s longest tunnel for transporting water under pressure; Chefs in Tel... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of January 8, 2017: Israeli treatments are saving lives – and the BBC reluctantly admits it; Israeli Christian leader praises religious freedom in the Jewish State; Another Chilean earthquake and Israeli alert system saves more lives, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS BBC finally admits prostate cancer treatment... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 18, 2016: Israel wins $25,000 neuroscience award; Hands-free Smartphone reaches 1200 users; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey; New delicious variety of pomegranate, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Israeli wins $25,000 neuroscience award Israel’s Dr. Gilad Evrony was awarded the Eppendorf and Science Prize... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 11, 2016: Israel Technion researchers make progress in fighting cancer; November set a record month for tourism; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey; three Israelis won medals at the Ju-Jitsu World Championships in Poland, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Key enzyme discovery in fight... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of December 4, 2016: Israeli micro robots can help avoid brain surgery; Israeli NGOs helped wheelchair users hike across the Negev desert; Israel’s new Ambassador has arrived in Turkey, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Micro robots to clean pipes in the brain Israel’s Microbot develops miniature robots... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 27, 2016: Israeli researchers have found a protein that stops cancer from spreading; an Ethiopian Jew is the first to become an IDF colonel; an Israeli solar-powered system reduces desalination costs by 90%, and much more. ISRAEL’S MEDICAL ACHIEVEMENTS Protein H1.0 stops cancer cells re-activating An... Read more »

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 20, 2016: Israel’s BiolineRX in conjunction with Ben Gurion University, Hadassah Medical Center and Novartis has developed a novel treatment that can restore liver function in patients with liver disease and injury; In a historic first, two female lawyers were appointed as Israel's first Ethiopian judges, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of November 13, 2016: Israel’s CollPlant has been awarded the EU CE Mark for VergenixSTR, a soft tissue repair matrix for the treatment of tendinopathy; Israeli video messaging startup Glide, working on a new smartwatch project, has now announced that it is the CMRA camera for Apple’s smartwatch, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 30, 2016: The state-of-the-art control system installed at Haifa’s Rambam Medical Center is the first of its kind in the world; A delegation of Israeli start-ups developing technologies to assist people with disabilities are showing their products and services in Sydney Australia, and much more.

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Israel’s Intec has received a European patent for its Accordion oral treatment delivery system; US female war veterans with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) are receiving treatment in Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 16, 2016: Israeli researchers at Israel Technion have discovered how one’s own body fights cancer treatment, strengthens tumors and causes them to spread (metastasis); Top executives from Google, Facebook, Microsoft and other multinational companies recently explained why they chose Israel for their R&D centers, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 9, 2016: Israeli scientists have designed new peptides that act as decoys, stopping the bacteria from binding with the receptors; Israeli aid organization IsraAID and local partner Prodev rushed to help survivors of Hurricane Matthew that devastated Haiti, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of October 2, 2016: Israel’s Collplant has reported positive results of trials of its Vergenix STR treatment for tennis elbow; Jerusalem-based Freightos set up the world’s first web market place for international freight, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of September 25, 2016: MotionCure from Israel’s Sidis Labs can provide relief from motion sickness within minutes; Muslims and Arabs who openly identify as Zionists are growing in number, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of September 11, 2016: Israeli researchers have used brainwaves of humans under strain, to control the release of medicine by tiny robots made from shells made of DNA; Israel grows more than 40 types of fruit and is one of the world's leading fresh citrus producers and exporters, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of August 28, 2016: Researchers have unraveled the metastatic mechanism of melanoma; Scientists from Israel, Germany, the USA and UK have genetically sequenced 6000-year-old barley seeds discovered in the Yoram cave in Israel’s Judean Desert, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of August 14, 2016: Israeli biotech Pambio is developing a treatment that prevents bleeding and subsequent damage from brain hemorrhages; Forbes journalist Breanna Wilson recommends Tel Aviv as the destination of the year, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 31, 2016: Israel’s Aspect Imaging develops small, affordable and innovative MRI scanners; Download the United With Israel iPhone app, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 24, 2016: Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia in diabetics; Israeli starup Kwik has developed a way for consumers to order products from their home by pressing a button, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 10, 2016: Israel’s Oramed that will make life better for many of the 400 million people with diabetes with oral insulin; Israel has delivered 13 drip irrigation systems from Israel’s Netafim to farmers in San Pedro, Paraguay, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of July 3, 2016: Researchers at Israel’s Technion Institute have developed a nanomedicine technology for the targeted treatment of gastric tumors; Presidents and chancellors from top US universities and colleges have been visiting Israel to learn about innovation and opportunities for bilateral academic partnerships, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 26, 2016: The SafeCT-29 solution from Israel’s Medic Vision Imaging Solutions produces high-quality medical scan images but reduces radiation doses by up to 80%; The first annual Israel South Africa Water Week held successful sessions in Johannesburg, Cape Town and Durban, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 19, 2016: Israeli research into bio-ink could potentially print human organs; Israel’s SkyFi aims to launch a network of tiny satellites to bring the Internet to remote parts of the planet, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 12, 2016: Israeli develops WoundClot – a gauze that absorbs 25 times its own weight of blood and forms a coagulating gel membrane on the open wound; Microsoft has inaugurated another research and development center in Israel, and much more.

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Good News Israel Archive from the week of June 5, 2016: Israel’s HIL Applied Medical developed a safer, focused proton beam lasers to treat tumors; Romania’s largest water corporation signed a contract of cooperation with Jerusalem’s Hagihon, and much more.

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