Monday, October 22, 2018
An Israeli invention is helping save lives in Nepal.
Israel scientists can analyze thermal capillary dynamics in a drop of water; it could lead to new medical sensors that are able to identify abnormal cells.
Tel Aviv University researchers have found a way to use cell phone towers to detect fog.
The University of Haifa revealed that they have been jointly-allocated a prestigious $1.3million grant for its work in brain research.
A wearable panic bracelet lets the diver call his partner even when there is no eye contact between them.
An app lets Israelis make live video distress calls to emergency responders from their smartphones, from start-up Reporty, chaired by past Israel PM Barak.
HoloDent is an award-winning 3D holographic scanner aiming to replace a 100-year-old dental procedure.
The Israel Defense Forces Home Front Command has released a mobile app to warn Israelis of local security threats.
In the fields of the northern Galilee, an Israeli start-up is growing the next generation of super-crops.
Winners were announced Tuesday for the 18th annual Intel-Israel Young Scientists Competition.

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