Wednesday, October 23, 2019
Israel has long led the field in medical marijuana innovation. Now, a team of researchers has discovered cannabis may help promote healing bones.
An Israeli company from Ashdod has found an inexpensive solution for cell phone chargers on the go.
A 13-year-old Israeli girl has invented a system to produce oxygen in outer space, the Israeli youth magazine Ma’ariv L’Noar reported.
Microsoft put the brakes on its artificial intelligence tweeting robot after it posted offensive comments, including 'Hitler was right I hate the jews.'
Bandura Games launches a mobile game app that would bridge gaps, build connections and create empathy between people from different sides of conflict zones.
In a partnership including companies across the globe, an Israeli-American activist is bringing East Africa’s first utility-scale solar field to Rwanda.
DouxMatok says they'll revolutionize how manufacturers and consumers worldwide use sugar, in a conversation with the Tazpit News Agency last week.
An international research team led by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem describes a new technique for growing human liver cells in the laboratory.
An Israeli start-up has won the right to have its technology tested in outer space.
Israeli and American researchers have teamed up to prove depression tendencies in individuals exposed to prolonged periods of stress.


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