Israel is a powerhouse in diabetes research. In honor of World Diabetes Day, November 14, ISRAEL21c brings you the top developments emerging from the country.
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Members of various NGOs put Israeli knowhow to work, getting food, fuel and other supplies to emergency workers and victims.
Developer of NASA-designed skyTran chose Israel as the perfect place to pilot the software-guided personal transport pods that glide on a cushion of air.
Israeli psychologist invents a device to prove how little time drivers actually save by hitting the pedal to the metal.
Technion graduate and Columbia professor Maria Chudnovsky will get $100,000 every year for the next five years to use as she pleases.
Members of global Jewish advocacy group AJC spent a week in October exploring a different Israel.
SmartMed’s programmable pillbox is designed to increase compliance with prescription meds, and can also manage healthcare remotely.
Israeli scientists find novel approaches to tap into the potential of this slimy plantlike organism for fuel, nutrition and innovative medical therapies.
Supermodel Noa Tishby helps launch new Israel-based startup, Minit, for bare-bones video sharing via smartphone.
ISRAEL21c takes a look at how the centenarian medical organization has revolutionized healthcare in Israel and beyond.