Friday, May 15, 2020
IDF reps came together with Latin American military attachés to discuss a critical topic: The integration of individuals on the autism spectrum in the army.
Students at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are developing an innovative micro-antenna to focus radiation on tiny tumors in the digestive tract.
An Israeli shrub may help treat diabetes.
Technion Israel Institute of Technology has been awarded a grant for a tuberculosis detection breakthrough as part of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.
Israeli Deputy Health Minister Yaakov Litzman announced that a long awaited reform of the mental healthcare system would be enacted.
Israeli scientists' new modeling method to study shingles could help eliminate the need for animal testing.
A delegation from Thomas Jefferson University visited the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Faculty of Medicine in Jerusalem.
Israeli-American firm is using cannabis extract to treat diabetes and heart disease.
A team of Israeli scientists are one step closer to curing malaria for good.
Israel scientists who gave a patient a cancer drug being studied as a treatment for arthritis found the drug is also effective in treating alopecia areata.


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