New disruptive technology developed by Israeli startup Azure PCR could make diagnosis of illness – whether it’s viral, bacterial or even fungal – instant.
A new Brandeis-Israel research initiative funds two innovative research collaborations in Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s to better grasp the science of brain disorders.
Jerusalem-based Aerodentis offers a high-tech alternative to clunky orthodontic braces, and you only wear it while you’re sleeping.
Brainsway is a ground-breaking new technology for neurological disorders, depression and addictions.
Former Keter plastics executives turn their expertise into a humanitarian project to help millions of disabled children in developing countries get to school.
A new air-tight system for administering hazardous drugs is made in Israel and distributed in hospitals and clinics worldwide.
Two Israeli brothers, a plastic surgeon and a biomedical engineer, believe they’ve invented the most lightweight silicone implant ever.
Minimally invasive laser-based therapy offers a promising alternative for hundreds of thousands of patients diagnosed each year.
Israeli researchers zero in on a protein that viruses use to kill bacteria, holding out hope of a new drug that could treat people infected with deadly resistant strains.
Changes in previously-overlooked brain cells called microglia are seen to play a role in the development of depression following chronic exposure to stress.