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ISRAELI TECHNOLOGY PROTECTS U.S. STRATEGIC LOCATIONS

New technology developed in Israel is revolutionizing the field of smart video motion detection by using advanced algorithms to automatically detect and track intruders from hundreds of meters away, day and night, in all weather conditions. The new system, which recently passed rigorous testing by Israeli security forces, is already being installed in various strategic locations in Israel and the U.S.

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Highly mobile unmanned vehicles

Having developed some of the most advanced Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs), the Israeli defense industry has turned to the ground. Two companies are currently developing highly mobile unmanned vehicles that can perform armed patrols around the barrier being built between Israel and the territories. Replacing human patrol guards, these vehicles will cut security costs and save lives.

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Another step against bioterrorism

Israeli scientists working with the financial backing of the U.S. Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) have developed a biochip that can detect toxic substances in drinking water. When the device will be available it will be the size of a credit card and will be able to analyze a water sample in less than ten minutes.

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New parental control device protects our children

An Israeli company has developed a unique device that can recognize the age of children and adults thus allowing parents to control their childrens access to restricted websites. The same technology might also be used to prevent pedophiles from accessing children and teenagers chat rooms.

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Israelis drive world's largest solar plant

The Israeli company Solel has helped to build and maintain the largest commercial solar power plant in the world, supplying electricity to hundreds of thousands of households in California. The company will soon participate in an international contract to build a large commercial solar power plant in the Israeli desert.

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PEN-LIKE INSTRUMENT WILL SNIFF OUT EXPLOSIVES

Researchers from the Technion have developed a unique device that can identify improvised explosives, the kind commonly used by terrorist organizations. The pen-like device detects the presence of explosives material using chemical reaction and can be used by law enforcement and airport security to test suspected objects.

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ARTIFICIAL FLOCK WILL HUNT TERRORISTS

A young scientist from the Technion, Israel Institute of Technology has developed a system that will allow UAVs to attack terrorist targets in group formation. The new method which is based on the natural movement of flocks of animals will be able to distinguish between civilians and enemy targets even in highly populated areas and perform its mission with more accuracy and flexibility than any single UAV.

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Blood test discovers post-traumatic disorders

Researchers at the Hadassah University Medical Center in Jerusalem have discovered that a simple blood test may enable psychiatrists to predict if a person will develop Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder while still in the emergency room a few hours after the traumatic event occurs.

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Strengthen immune system against HIV

An Israeli research team has developed a vaccine that significantly strengthens the bodys immune system against the autoimmune response caused by HIV infection. This breakthrough could dramatically improve the treatment of AIDS patients.

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Revolutionary antibiotic against anthrax

A preparation developed by Israeli researchers from the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology - destroys the Anthrax pathogen and the toxins it secretes into the bloodstream .This is the first step on the way to making an effective drug against this potentially hazardous bio-terrorism weapon.

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Tiny DNA based transistors

A group of Israeli scientists has developed a unique approach to creating nanotransistors based on DNA. This method might eventually lead the way to the development of new ultra-small transistors as well as tiny chemical and biological sensors.

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A WEB WITHOUT A WEAVER

Israeli and German scientists have successfully created artificial silk using genetically engineered spider proteins. The new research may lead the way to the development of ultra light bulletproof vests, new surgical threads and micro-conductors, optical fibers and even new types of clothing.

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Israelis develop solid nano lubricant

An Israeli company which developed the first ever solid lubricant based on nanotechnology recently received world wide attention after passing rigorous space test.

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Worlds fastest super computer

Researchers from the Haifa branch of the IBM Corporation have helped to develop one of the key components of the BlueGene/L - recently announced as the fastest super computer in the world.

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TARGET KILLING OF CANCER CELLS

Two Israeli scientists have successfully developed a new technique for creating molecules that will be able to specifically target cancer cells. These molecules will replace some of the currently used chemotherapy treatments while avoiding most of the side effects caused by them.

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ISRAELI RESEARCH HELPS AMERICAN DRIVERS

The Israeli branch of the IBM Corporation recently announced that it has jointly developed with the Honda Motor Company a unique, hands-free speech recognition system that will provide driving directions, allow easy control over climate and entertainment systems and even suggest nearby restaurants to the driver. Beginning this month, the system will be available on three of Honda's models in the US and Canada.

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FLYING CAR - A DREAM COME TRUE

An Israeli company is currently in the advanced stages of developing the next urban transportation vehicle that can take off vertically like a helicopter, fly in excess of 125 mph and hover safely right next to high-rise buildings. These capabilities will allow the X-Hawk, as it is called, to provide aerial medical access and evacuation, and can become a utility vehicle, civil and police patrol vehicle and even a flying taxi that will roam our skies in the not too distant future.

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Greater success in bone marrow transplants

Research that aims at understanding and manipulating the way cells grow and age may soon help bone marrow transplants as well as chemotherapy patients to better deal with their treatments and prevent the creation of new cancer tumors.

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Two Israelis win the nobel prize for chemistry

Two Israeli scientists along with an American scientist have won the 2004 Nobel Prize for Chemistry for their pioneering research on the mechanism of dissolution of cell proteins. Their work has led to breakthroughs in the understanding and treatment of diseases such as cancer, Alzheimers, Parkinsons disease and cystic fibrosis.

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Long range explosive detector

An Israeli company has developed a laser device that can detect a suicide bomber's explosives belt or chemical weapons from dozens of meters away. The new device can also detect minute traces of narcotics to help police forces fight drugs as well as minerals buried underground.

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