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APBD is a rare disease common in Ashkenazim. Israeli scientists have developed a treatment that is being testing on two patients via an Urgent Compassionate Use Program with promising results.

Endometriosis is a difficult disease to diagnose. That will change if EndoCure, an Israeli startup developing a technology to diagnose the Endometriosis early, is successful.

Imagine implementing live cells or medications within your body without surgery. No need to imagine it, as a Professor at Technion University is doing it with sound waves.

Israeli researchers discovered a link between heart attacks and cancer. This discovery will lead to better treatments to address this issue.

Are you an aspiring author? Then check out Spines, an Israeli startup that use AI to edit and publish books.

Do you have a child with ADHD? Then check out Pery, Israel's new app that uses AI to help parents better manage their child's ADHD.

So you bought an EV and your searching for a charger. Well if BaTTeRi has its way, the charger will find you. This Israeli company is making robotic chargers.

Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have discovered a species of yeast that may save 200,000 lives a year by preventing yeast infections.

Using nanoparticles, researchers at Bar-Ilan University may be able to slow the progress of Alzheimer's disease. Tests in animals have shown positive results.

How do you keep artificial organs alive? You implement artificial veins developed by Israeli biotechnology company Bonus Biogroup.

Israeli company Pluri has created lab grown coffee. Their process reduces 98% of the water needed to produce coffee.

APBD, which affects Ashkenazi Jews, is one of the rarest diseases in the world. Scientists as Tel Aviv University discovered the molecule that causes the disease.

Saliva pregnancy test developed in Israel is now being offered to Israelis. The product won Time magazine's Best Innovations of 2023 and was sold in Europe.

It's not a cure, but a new Israeli breakthrough on Parkinson's disease may lead to a future cure.

Israel's song Hurricaine was finally accepted by Eurovision. It wasn't easy to get the song accepted this year. Read about it here. There is also a link to the song.

Israeli ag-tech company SailCrop, along with their Indian partners, has developed a treatment for seeds to grow in salty soil or even be watered with brackish water.

Thermal ablation is an effective way to eliminate small tumors. Especially now that Israeli startup Techsomed enables to the physicians to see the tumors in real time.

A new Israeli venture has developed a process to create aviation fuel from industrial waste. They expect their first plant to be operational in 2025.

Researchers at Bar-Ilan University have developed the world's first test tube testicles.

Android smart phones implement new technology from Israeli startup to improve photo quality in low light conditions.

A new fund set up after Oct. 7th is providing needed assistance to keep Israeli startups running. Iron Nation has raised more that half of it's $20M goal.

Israeli green thermal storage company, Brenmiller Energy has signed a 7 year agreement with Wolfson Hospital. Fuel oil usage is expected to drop to near zero.

Drive by wire is method used to reduce weight in cars and trucks. Israel's REE Automotive uses this technology to produce an efficient electric truck.

With temperatures rising, Israel develops drought resistant tomatoes that consume less water.

MediWound has an innovative treatment for burn patients that is FDA approved. The product called NexoBrid has been used to successfully treat Israeli burn victims from the Oct. 7th attack.

Even Israelis don't always know about new Israeli innovations. Learn how Gaza envelope farmers found about Israeli technology that picks tomatoes.

How do you communicate with a patient that can't speak? Many Israeli hospitals are using EyeControl, which enables patients to communicate via eye movements.

Prof. Rennan Barkana's research group proposes a lunar telescope to study radio waves emitted by Hydrogen to help us better understand the origins of the Universe.

Ethiopian Israeli entrepreneur Solomon Geveye has launched a fund to support start up companies founded by Ethiopian Israelis.

Israeli company ImagineDairy received FDA approval to offer dairy free dairy products in the USA.

Israeli firm TruckNet being used to efficiently move cargo from the Arabian Gulf to Europe via land routes.

UserWay is an Israeli startup that uses AI to make web sites easier to use for people with disabilities. It was just purchased by US firm Level Access for $98.7M

Intel is investing $25B in a new Israeli chip manufacturing facility. Despite the war, Israel continues to meet all of their delivery commitments at their other facilities.

Do you want a hearing aid that is invisible? Israeli startup Nuance has developed a hearing aid inside of eye glasses.

There are two wars taking place against Israel, the physical war and the information war. Israeli volunteers are using AI to fight fake news online.

Can drunk driving be eliminated? Israeli startup CorrActions has developed sensors that can determine if you are able to drive your car.

Face paralysis affects 200,000 people in the US every year. Israeli startup NeuroTrigger now has a solution. Kind of a pacemaker for blinking.

Europe mandates that drivers remain alert. Thus 7 truck and bus vehicles will incorporate Herzliya based Driver Sense technology to alert when a driver is drowsy or distracted.

Wireless charging company Electreon keeps making the news. The technology has now been deployed at the bus terminals in Petah Tikvah and Rosh Ha'ayin.

When an injury occurs, hypothermia can adversely affect lives. A product developed in Israel, called Rescue Heat, heats up to exactly 42 degrees centigrade.

How are you going to clean those windows? If you own a skyscraper, you might want to reach out Verobotics, Israel's robotic window cleaner for skyscrapers.

How many men does it take to run a fish farm? During the war up north, two men have stayed in an evacuation zone to keep Dan Fish Farms running.

Could milk provide the cure for Crohn's  and Colitis. Israeli biotech Exosomm will be testing milk extracts to address those diseases.

New Israeli company developing smart drugs to fight cancer. Read to the bottom of this article to find out about a new drug that is being tested.

Israeli green startup Kenaf Ventures working to rebuild after the destruction on October 7th. Their solution reduces CO2 and reduces polluting raw materials.

Check out three Israeli technologies that are used to protect the water supply in Israel and around the world.

Lab grown steaks take time to grow. However, Israeli startup ProFuse Technologies has reduced the grow time by 80%, while also increasing the protein content.

What happens to wood waste like sawdust? An Israeli company, Daika, has developed a product based on wood waste. It's green, sturdy, stylish and fire proof.

Another automated fruit picking solution will soon be available. Israel's Nanovel is developing a device that picks many types of fruit, starting with citrus fruit.

Our planet has about 110 million landmines that kill or main 5,000 people per year. Israel has developed a new biosensor that easily identifies their location.

A new robotic fish finder developed at the University of Haifa is being used to determine the health of the ocean and promote sustainable fishing.

Israeli company UBQ Materials just received a $70 million investment to expand in North America. They convert waste into eco-friendly plastic nabs.

In a recent pilot study conducted in Africa, an Israeli system that uses AI to detect standing water reduced the mosquito population by 75%

Why use one drug when two drugs in much smaller quantities are more effective? A team at Technion - Israel Institute of Techology developed an AI matchmaker for drugs.

As we are about to begin Rosh HaShannah, it's nice to know that Israel is protecting bees. Israel's BeeHero reduces bee mortality using sophisticated monitoring and AI.

Are wrinkles getting you down? This new Israeli device uses ultrasound to make your skin look younger.

Your sweat may say more about you than you think. Israeli Hemi Re'em developed a device that analyzes your sweat to ensure heart health.

Israeli Innovations comes to Florida. FIU is offering a course called "Innovation Nation: The Global Influence of Israeli Technology and Entrepreneurship."

Have you considered radiation treatment for prostrate cancer? This new Israeli device protects the rest of the rectum from the radiation and was just approved by the FDA.

New Israeli heart valve successfully tested in two US patients. The valve treats symptomatic tricuspid regurgitation, which can cause heart failure.

Since the war in Ukraine began, there's been shortages of fertilizer. Israeli startup DOTS monitors soil to reduce the amount of fertilizer needed for healthy plants.

Israeli teens volunteer on farms around Israel thanks to a program sponsored by HaShomer HaChadash.

Thanks to this program, Israel is developing the next generation of farmers. The program is also open to overseas volunteers.

Israeli researchers have grown a tiny working human heart from stem cells. It is smaller than a grain of rice and is used to more effectively test new medications.

Do you want to protect your children when they swim in your pool? Then you might want to consider PoolScout from Deep Innovations, which was developed in Israel.

Boson Energy, who we've covered previously, has built a waste to energy plant in Wallhamn Port in Tjörn, Sweden. This plant is carbon negative.

At the International Math Olympiad and the International Physics Olympiad held in Japan this year. Israeli students won 11 medals, including a gold.

Half of women worldwide over the age of 30 are affected by pelvic organ prolapse or POP. ConTIPI Medical of Caesarea developed a non-surgical treatment for POP.

In Israel, homes built before 1992 do not have a safe room. However, Ortech Defense Solutions has developed a wall coating to make any room a safe room.

Don't you wish you had the balance to ride an E-foil surfer. Israeli company Level Hydrofoils is producing self balancing E-foil Surfboards.

Hydrogen is a green fuel. However, it's production is not so green. Israeli company QD-SOL is changing that by putting hydrogen production inside a solar panel.

Surgeons from Hadassah Hospital reattached Palestinian boy's head following an internal decapitation from being hit by a car.

Tel Aviv University scientists were able to deliver a toxin directly to cancer cells via an mRNA molecule, which causes the cancer cells to kill themselves.

Yopi Technologies in Israel has developed a wearable device that analyzes sweat to determine if you have any heart issues.

Israeli scientists working with colleagues from two other countries have identified a molecule that reduces cavities and could be added to toothpaste.

Israeli researchers from Hebrew University have reprogrammed skin cells to mimic placenta cells to help diagnose placental disorders.

A new treatment for ADHD developed at Tel Aviv University is showing promising results in students who are being tested.

One side effect of chemo is skin rashes. Israeli researchers have developed a cream that treats chemo induced skin rashes.

New multiple myeloma cancer treatment developed at Hadassah University Medical Center proving to be very effective. Testing is expanding to US for FDA approval.

It's a new world record. Here's an update from Israeli startup Electreon, that has just completed a non-stop electric car drive of 1,200 miles. 

Two Israeli companies are creating plant based human tissue. Their first product will be breast implants.

The war in Ukraine has led a shortage of fertilizer. However, Israeli company Paulee Cleantec converts sludge from sewerage into odorless fertilizer.

How healthy is the water that you are drinking? Israeli startup Mayu has a device that makes it even healthier. They plan to introduce an even better device next year.

If you're worried about the impact of climate change on your tomatoes, you'll be happy to know that Israel has created drought resistant tomato plants.

Mammograms may soon no longer be necessary. Israeli startup ThermoMind is developing a contact and radiation free alternative. Testing begins this summer.

Israeli startup Bendit Technologies has a unique steerable microcatheter that can be used to treats brain clots. Controlled release of this technology in the US has begun.

A successful test was completed in Israel using a drone to deliver life saving blood. The blood arrived at its destination in perfect condition and ready for use.

New Israeli AI based emergency transcribing system is saving lives. Israeli company AudioCodes has implemented a system that better transcribes emergency calls

It's not just for viruses anymore. Researchers at Tel Aviv University developed an mRNA vaccine that is 100% effective against a deadly bacteria.

Does anyone remember the movie Dr. Dolittle? A team of researchers at the University of Haifa are developing Dr. Dolittl-E app to read animal's facial expressions.

Home dialysis is now a reality. Now that liberDi an Israeli startup has received FDA approval for their home dialysis device.

Here is an update on one of the Israeli alternative meat start ups that may surprise you. Aleph Farms is planning to be the first alternative meat company that is certified Halal.

It's not perfect. However, Israeli researchers from Ariel University have found a way to predict earthquakes with 48 hours notice with 83% accuracy.

Today's Alzheimer's solutions have not proven effective. Now, Prof. Rahimipour of Bar Ilan University has discovered a way to both identify and treat Alzheimer's

Innovative Israeli blood test device is being used in Turkey to diagnose injuries. Sight Diagnostics is able to diagnose injuries using only 2 drops of blood.

Drowning is the 3rd leading cause of accidental deaths worldwide. Sightbit, a new Israeli product that uses AI to identify swimmers in need, plans to change that.

Researchers from Tel Aviv University have invented a robot that can smell. The robot uses antennae from locusts to sense smells.

Researchers from Bar Ilan University have discovered a way to block breast cancer from metastisizing.

A new plant based treatment for ulcerative colitis, which was invented at Sheba Medical Center, has proved effective

Do you like wasabi with your shushi? You may be surprised to learn that most wasabi is fake. Ran Ronen plans to change that with his Israeli grown wasabi.

Wouldn't it be nice to have a hospital stay without being wired to lots of machines. Israeli startup Neteera Technologies monitors your vital signs without wires.

Tired of high food prices. Why not grow your own in your kitchen? Israel's AgwaFarm allows you to grow your own vegetables in a self contained unit.

Israeli company Active Implants has developed a new meniscus replacement. This artificial meniscus delivers medication that improves the healing process.

A new report from NiceRX shows that Israel has 10th highest life expectancy among the 39 OECD countries. The US ranked 32nd.

Not only is Israel working with NASA to test the StemRad radiation protection suits, they also sent 200 suits to Ukraine to protect workers in case of a radiation leak.

Every year wind turbines kill millions of bats and birds. Scientists from Tel Aviv University are testing a solution that will save them.

No longer does a choice need to be made between using land for farming or solar. Israel startup TriSolar allows it to be used for both farming and solar.

A new Israeli app is available for your phone that detects heart failure. HearO uses your voice to determine if you are having congestive heart failure. It has an 82% accuracy rate.

Are you finding your pizza quality inconsistent? Israeli startup Hyper Food Robotics is going to change that with robotic pizza makers.

A 5 year old Gaza child receives live saving heart surgery in Israel. He is the 3,000th youngster from Gaza to receive this surgery.

Now wheelchair bound people can hike remote areas. Israeli company Paratrek has designed a wheelchair to enable people to hike in remote areas.

30 Million feeding tubes are used annually, but 2-5% are implemented incorrectly. Israeli company Envizion invented a feeding tube that uses AI (artificial intelligence) to prevent errors during insertion.

Wouldn't it be great to remove tumors without surgery. Based on new research by Tel Aviv University, that may be possible in the future.

Excess CO2 in our atmosphere may be a problem of the past as Israeli startup Carbonade has developed technology that removes CO2 from the air and turns it into useful materials.

Are you worried about plastics polluting our planet? Then a new plastic free package developed Melodea in Israel may help reduce plastic pollution.

A substance called Decursin stimulates hair growth. A team at Israel's Technion University has found a way genetically engineer this substance.

A new device and app were created by two Israeli women to measure your metabolism. The company, Lumen, offers this device on the subscription basis.

A United Hatzalah team flew to Ft. Myers to assist the Hurricane Ian victims. In this article you will get a glimpse of how this Israeli organization assists victims.

Seaweed, it's not just for sushi anymore. Israeli company Seakura is growing seaweed for an expanding array of products. The seaweed is grown in greenhouses.

How do 90% of advanced stage melanoma metastases in the brain. Israeli researchers discovered how and developed a method to reduce the spread by 80%.

If they could be predicted, they wouldn't be called "flash" floods. Now Israel has developed a way to predict flash floods with more than 90% accuracy.

Electric planes have arrived. An Israeli designed electric plane made it's maiden flight in the US. They have orders for more than 100 planes.

Another update from a company covered during the Israel Innovation presentation. BreezoMeter, the free app that measures air quality, has been acquired by Google.

What do Arab women, empty roof tops and bees have in common? If you attended Israel Innovations, you would know. Click here to get the latest update.

Are you affected by a receding gum line? Israeli startup BioChange has a new technology that may allow you to regrow your gums.

Will the new Tel Aviv University discovery of two antibodies that are effective against all known strains of COVID eliminate the need for booster shots?

While they aren't kosher, an Israeli company will soon be offering less expensive and high quality scallops.

Would you like to fully charge an electric vehicle in 15 minutes? You are in luck. The US is implementing two Zooz, an Israeli startup, fast charging stations. One of them is in Florida.

Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University have found to key to destroying glioblastoma, a deadly brain cancer.

During the Israel Innovation presentations, we discussed Aura Air, which kills viruses including Covid. This product is now being installed in 1,000s of schools around the United States.

Treating cancer with the proper medication can make the difference between life and death. Israeli company OncoHost is developing a platform that accurately determines the correct to medication to use.

Ukrainian teen given a 1% chance to live is flown to Israel for successful treatment.

Boson Energy, an Israeli-Swedish-Polish company, harvests hydrogen from trash. Hydrogen is a non-polluting energy source. The technology was developed in Israel.

In Israel cancer screening is going to the dogs. Israeli startup SpotitEarly is using Labradors to detect cancer by its scent.

Many industries are having difficulty finding workers. Farms are no exception. Israeli startup Tevel Aerobotics Technologies is selling fruit picking drones to address this need.

In Uganda, an Israeli doctor saved the life of a 12 year old pregnant girl.

The fight against cancer advanced a little further as researchers at Bar-Ilan University in Ramat-Gan, Israel develop a new technology to fight cancer cells.

A new green technology that was covered in two of our Israel Innovation programs is now being deployed to the United States. Israeli innovator Eco Wave Power is installing their wave to energy solution at the Port of Los Angeles.

Israel has just built the world's largest and most innovative hospital ER. Sourasky Medical Center in Tel Aviv just opened the Sylvan Adams Emergency Hospital.

Some of you may remember Vanilla Vida from our Israel Innovations series. This Israeli startup is now selling the most intense vanilla in the world.

Israeli startup ThermoTerra has created a much more efficient way to heat and cool homes. They do it by using the moisture in the air. 

Most of us are aware that Israel figured out how to make the desert bloom. Here you will find the latest developments in Israeli desert agriculture.

Early detection is usually the best chance to survive cancer. An Israeli Startup is using dogs to detect a number of cancers based on the odor in your breath.

Take a look at this short overview of how Israel solved its water shortage

With the formula shortage still affecting new mothers, Israeli company Wilk Technolgies comes to the rescue with lab made mother's milk.

Do you have trouble keeping houseplants alive? Check out this new Israeli technology that waters your plants for 6 months.

Do you know an elderly person that lives alone? You may want to consider getting them ElliQ a mini-Israeli robot designed to assist at home seniors. NY State Office of Aging is buying them for 800 seniors.

All natural pest control is now available to farmers around the world from Israeli company BioBee. They are growing persimilis in large quantities, which attack the red spider mite.  

Tired of paying $500 for a pair of glasses. Addon Optics, an Israeli startup, has developed a device that makes lenses quickly and at a much lower cost.

Autonomous driving is getting closer to reality as Israeli firm Innoviz signs a $4B deal with a major auto maker to supply technology to enable this capability.

While many organizations, including the Harvard Crimson, promote BDS, Israeli company Watergen is installing their water from air solution in Syria.

Five Israeli water saving technologies starting with Asterra leak detection, which has already saved 170 billion gallons of water in five years.

While Iran moves their nuclear activities underground to protect them from attack, guess what Israel is moving underground. Israel is opening the world's first underground blood bank.

If you want dairy free milk that tastes exactly like real milk without the cholesterol, then you may want to go to Denmark where Israel's Remilk is building the largest production facility for cow-free milk.

Have you ever thought about parking your car in the sun to cool it down? You may in the future, if your car uses a technology from Israeli startup SolCold.

Amazon is now funding Israeli robot maker BionicHIVE. BionicHIVE makes AI based robots that handle warehouse stocking and picking.

The latest green technology to be developed in Israel is the new high tech solar fabric that is being tested in Tel Aviv.

Even tobacco is becoming green as Israel works on a new technology that uses tobacco to create lab grown meat.

Aviv Matzah Factory in Bnai Brak, Israel has created the biggest matzah ever. Happy Passover!!!

A greener green energy may be on the horizon as an Israeli researcher has developed a new method to extract hydrogen from algae. Hydrogen is a component of the air we breath.

Israeli researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed a solution that improves the effectiveness of chemotherapy, while at the same time reinvigorating the patient's immune system.

You've heard about printed meat, but now an Israeli startup company that creates artificial blood that can be used for blood transfusions won the grand prize at the Aviram awards in Dubai.

Could this new Israeli development mean the end of models?

Another new Israeli innovation in the fight against Cancer. NeoTX, an Israeli startup, is in Phase 2 testing of a new cancer treatment.

As you're eating Fritos you may wonder where the corn comes from. Well PepsiCo, the maker of Fritos, is now buying drip irrigation from Israeli startup N-Drip. Hint: they have their own farms.

Israel has built the first field hospital in Ukraine. When disasters occur anywhere in the world, Israel is usually the first and most effective at helping the local population.

As Purim approaches it is interesting to note that the Jewish community in Iran purchased the tombs of Queen Esther and Mordechai back in 1971.

Israel was the first international relief organization on the ground in Moldova aiding ALL Ukrainian refugees regardless of their religious affiliation. Teams from United Hatzalah and IsraAID are assisting thousands of refugees.

Back in October 2021 we told you about an Israeli company building wireless charging into roadways. Now the city of Detroit is implementing Israel's wireless vehicle charging solution on a 1 mile section of the downtown road. 

A study in Israel on how Covid antibodies perform was recently published. The results may surprise you. 

What do you get when you combine AI (artificial intelligence) with DNA testing? You get a new Israeli solution that can identify genetic disorders in embryos earlier and safer that current solutions.

Help may be on the way soon for people suffering from spinal cord injuries. Israeli researchers have developed an artificial spinal cord implant.

According to an Israeli study if you have a Vitamin D deficiency you could be susceptible to more sever Covid symptoms.

If you are in Israel and need to take an ambulance, you be happy to know that they will all soon have the In-Ex anti-bacterial filter made by Israel's A.L. Group.

Israeli Covid monitoring system detected outbreak before anyone was tested and confirmed positive.

Israeli startup Restore Medical has developed an implantable device that helps people with Congestive Heart Failure (CHF).

Many companies around the world are producing vegan meat and cheese. Now an Israeli company is producing vegan salmon. It has the same taste and nutrition, but without the mercury, PCBs and microplastics present in most seafood.

Israel's BriLife Covid vaccine is now going to be tested as booster shot. They are also still engaged in Phase III testing as a primary Covid vaccine.

StoreDot, the Israeli company that developed the fastest charging batteries, is now working with a Vietnamese firm to produce Electric Vehicles with these batteries.

The ultimate green energy. Israeli researchers have developed a method to extract electricity from seaweed, even at night.

Amorphical reports 100% success against Covid. Yes, that is what happened in the Phase 2 testing of an Israeli treatment for people suffering moderate to severe Covid symptoms.

For those with birth defects affecting their ears or even ear damage, Israeli researchers have printed an ear implant.

Two Israeli NGOs are mobilizing to help Kentucky recover from the devastating tornadoes. They are SmartAID and IsraAID.

Imagine if there was a new X-Ray technology that was cheaper, provided higher resolution and produced less radiation. Meet Nanox.ARC from Israel.

Breaking Omicron news out of Israel. The vaccines work against this variant as long as you've been vaccinated within the last 6 months. See more detail here.

As the world tries to move towards green energy by replacing one polluting technology (oil) with another (lithium), Israeli company Nostromo Energy has a solution that uses water to store energy.

A new Israeli Covid drug has completed Phase 2 testing with a 70% improvement in survival for serious Covid cases. Now onto Phase 3.

A promising cancer drug may soon be able to be used due to an Israeli development that delivers the drug to directly into the cancer tumors.

Are you tired of the traffic jams getting to Tampa? Then you might want to check out Israel's latest flying electric car. It's expected to be available in 2024.

Robotic mastectomy comes to Israel. The surgery is more accurate and enables a better appearance.

Israel continues to test its own Covid vaccine despite most of the country being vaccinated with Pfizer. Check out their latest promising test results.

A better solution to diabetic wound care is around the corner. Thanks to a new copper infused bandage developed by Israel's MedCu.

If you need help around your home, check out Gary. Gary is a robot developed by Unlimited Robotics in Israel and is expected to be available in early 2022.

Are you suffering from chronic pain due to an old or recent injury? You may want to check out the products from the Israeli company Healables.

Construction of the largest solar energy field in the United States has begun in Indiana. It is being built by the Israeli company Doral Energy.

Where did Kenya's small farmers go when they needed a solution to save their corn crops? You guessed it. They turned to SupPlant from Israel.

Are roads that charge electric vehicles becoming a reality? In Tel Aviv ElectReon is deploying this technology to charge 200 city buses.

Israeli scientists discover that some of our white blood cells switch sides. Initially they attack a brain tumor, but eventually they defend the tumor.

Have you ever wondered how healthy the air is that you are breathing? So have the Israelis. That's why they created a new app, Breezometer, to monitor air quality.

An Israeli developed HIV drug is showing positive results on Covid patients. In a test performed at a hospital in the Congo all patients administered the drug had dramatic improvements.

A new Israeli discovery about white blood cells may enable future cancer cures.

Imagine if you could charge your electric car in the same amount of time it takes to fill up a gas car. Israeli develops a vehicle battery that can be recharged in 10 minutes.

What would you do with 9.2 billion gallons of water? That how much water has been saved by the new leak detection technology developed by Israeli company Astera.

Israel has successfully harvested dates from trees grown from 2,000 year old seeds. These are the only truly Israeli dates in the world.

Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science announced a new Covid treatment that is currently being successfully tested on animals. Due to their approach, this treatment's effectiveness would not be impacted by variants.

Israel is a world leader in effective water management. Here are 10 ways that Israel used it's water expertise to help others around the world

Israel expands test of new Israeli drug that appears to be almost 90% effective in healing Covid patients.

In an effort to provide a cure for lymphedema, Israeli scientists at Technion have actually grown lymphatic vessels.

A new Covid drug from Israel has successfully completed a trial in Greece. The test was conducted on 88 patients who had moderate to high symptoms. All of them recovered, most within 5 days.

Israel has published a study of the effects of the Covid vaccine and the virus on male fertility. There is no impact from the vaccine, but there is adverse impact from the virus.

Have you ever wondered how Israel is able to develop so many beneficial technologies. Maybe Israel's performance at the International Math Olympiad offers an answer.

Good news for those that have nerve damage. Israel is testing a new technology to restores the sense of touch lost through nerve damage.

In the US 5.5% of grocery store products are thrown away when they expire. Wasteless, an Israeli company, resolves this issue by dynamically adjusting the price as the expiration date approaches.

As medical waste grows at a rapid rate, an Israeli company has developed a device that allows medical facilities to eliminate their waste in a cost effective manner.

For those that suffer from migraines, there is now a device from Israel that treat migraines more effectively than drugs. There are also no adverse side effects.

First we had bi-focals. Then we had progressive lenses. Now an Israeli firm has created lenses that switch between near and far sightedness for less than one quarter the cost.

Have you ever wondered what is floating in your toilet and what it might mean? Me neither. Yet an Israeli company has developed a product to monitor your toilet's contents and provide an early warning on many diseases.

If you've had a cornea transplant, you may experience problems with the Covid vaccine. However, Israel now has a solution.

Are you tired of going to the Nail Salon? Well the Israel product Nimble is about to solve that. Nimble is a device that paints and dries your nails in 10 minutes at home.

While Spiderman is still fictional, his web is now real thanks to the Israeli company Seevix Material Sciences Ltd. It is both stronger and lighter than steel.

Israeli treatment for Covid advances to Phase II/III testing. The testing will be conducted outside of Israel as there are not enough Covid cases within Israel.

Israeli company Ibex Medical Analytics has developed an AI technology for detecting breast cancer. This technology is now approved for use in the European Union.

Israel continues to develop new GREEN technologies. Israeli company EVR Motors has developed a new electric motor that is the size of the smart phone.

Israeli scientists find a natural food supplement, beta-sitosterol, that could treat anxiety. You'll find this substance in avocados and other foods.

While this is not about technology, I thought you should know. Israel's Eden Alene has advanced to the 2021 Eurovision finals with her song Set Me Free.

Be Green with Israel's Echo Tech Recycling Active Rubber. This technology provides a 10-fold improvement over old rubber recycling technologies.

IceCure, an Israeli company, now has their ProSense technology approved to treat breast cancer. The US FDA calls it a "Breakthrough Technology."

Sackler Lab at Tel Aviv University has developed a non-invasive test to detect melanoma.

Curing the incurable. Is it possible? The scientists at Israel's ElaPharma are testing new drugs to prove it.

Israeli company Belkin Laser developed a device that treats glaucoma in seconds without even touching the patient.

Two doctors at Hebrew University have developed a blood test that detects cancer and diseases of the heart and liver without needing a biopsy.

Israeli researchers at Syngenta Vegetable Seeds Company have developed virus resistant tomatoes that can save 50% of the worldwide tomato crop.

Is there such a thing as chemo without side effects? If the Tel Aviv University team is successful, there will be.

A new Israeli air filtration system kills Covid and other viruses.

BlueGreen Water Technology, an Israeli company, was selected by Florida to save Lake Okeechobee from deadly algae.

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