Yet another setback for Israel boycotters - some 20 rectors from leading Latin American universities visited Israel in a first-of-its-kind conference and signed cooperation agreements with the Hebrew University.
A team of 20 Israeli volunteers from IsraAID is the first foreign NGO to arrive in quake-struck Italy; Eighteen Ethiopian young men and women have received Lapan scholarships to fulfill their dream of becoming nurses, and much more.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem scientists’ development of TXM peptides can reduce the risk of Alzheimer’s and dementia in diabetics; Israeli startup Biotreat 21 has invented what it calls a miracle cream, claiming it could completely regrow damaged skin, and much more.
Israel is due to open in October a new 40-mile rail line between Haifa and a terminal 5 miles short of the Jordanian border; Over 650 women attended the 7th annual Temech Conference for Israeli Female Entrepreneurs on June 28 in Jerusalem, and much more.
Prof. Michael (Mousa) Karayanni, from a Christian Greek Orthodox family in Kafr Yasif in the Galilee, was unanimously voted to the position of Dean of the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem by the faculty last Wednesday.
Israeli startup Intensix is trialing an Intensive Care Unit patient monitoring system, which gives an early warning of impending sepsis and organ failure that kills 30% of ICU patients, and scientists at Israel’s Technion have discovered how to use proteins to suppress unwanted gene activity.
Israel’s Novotalk is the only app that includes a therapy aspect for stuttering intervention, and researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a molecule which targets metastatic human melanoma and colon cancer.