Amblyz, invented by Israeli physician Omry Ben-Ezra, wins international prize for innovation and 7,000 orders from Turkey.
OrCam is based on artificial intelligence and special algorithms built into a tiny computer that clips onto your eyeglasses.
Going to the doctor? No need to keep a binder filled with test results and medical records. A new Israeli-made app puts all that on a tablet.
Israel is a powerhouse in medical innovation. We give you a dozen standouts from a field with many exciting, game-changing candidates.
Israel’s scientists are behind a range of innovations that dramatically improve eyesight or quality of life for people with vision impairments.
Women with polycystic ovary syndrome may overcome infertility by consuming more calories in the morning, according to Israeli researchers.
A novel Israeli invention, MilkSense, non-invasively measures how much milk an infant gets from the breast. A baby scale is included in the kit.
Advances in prevention and treatment – and making them accessible – are credited with dropping rates of preventable blindness by more than half.