‘Our enemy is moles and we know how to track them,’ says Lior Wayn, founder of the company that developed DermaCompare. Every child gets a vision and hearing check in … Read More App uses adapted Israeli airforce imaging tech to detect skin cancer
United Hatzalah/United Rescue is training neighborhood first-responder volunteers in cities across North and South America, Europe and India. When the ambulance on which he was volunteering in the 1980’s got … Read More Israeli grassroots lifesaving model goes international
Farmers in the US, Australia, Africa, Brazil and Russia are using the new Taranis system to better plan for preventing weather damage to crops. In less than 10 years, the … Read More A newfangled weather vane for a connected world
In their most recent trip to Tanzania, volunteers with Israel’s Save a Child’s Heart treat dozens of kids and enjoy some delightful reunions. Shadia Jirani, an 18-month-old Tanzanian girl, was … Read More Healing children’s hearts in Tanzania
Following attacks in Belgium, Israeli security experts say Europeans can learn much from Israel’s intelligence-driven methodologies. In the wake of deadly terrorist attacks at Zaventem Airport and Maelbeek metro station … Read More Is Europe ready to adopt Israel’s approach to security?
Betalin Therapeutics’ engineered micro-pancreas will provide a lasting scaffold for transplanted insulin-producing beta cells. In people with type 1 diabetes, the insulin-producing beta cells of the pancreas don’t function properly. … Read More Israeli biomed’s novel technology could cure diabetes
The matriculation rate across Israel’s Druze sector rose from 52% to 73% since Yeholot introduced an accelerated learning program for underachievers. “A” is a physically disabled Druze youth who had … Read More How Israel reduced dropout rates among Druze teens
Novel Israeli program teaches adults how to calm themselves, and thereby soothe children easily upset by daily fears and frustrations. Last summer, as half of Israel’s citizens lived under threat … Read More New approach to soothe autistic kids