Weekly Report On Latest Israeli,
Inventions, Discoveries, Health,
Art And More
If a new Israeli IonMed gets market
approval, surgeons will have a
revolutionary tool in their hands for
scar-free incision closure.
Surgeons do not need complex training to learn how to use BioWeld1.
For the first time, there is hope of natural
conception for young female cancer
patients undergoing cancer treatment.
From left, Prof. Benjamin Sredni, Lital Kalich-Philosoph,
Prof. Dror Meirow and Dr. Hadassa Roness with a
diagram of what happens in the ovaries during
chemo combined with AS101.
Photo courtesy of Sheba Medical Center
If a new Israeli IonMed gets market approval,
surgeons will have a revolutionary tool in
their hands for scar-free incision closure.
Take a spoonful of innovation, mix it with
chutzpah, satire and dance and you’ve
got Israel’s most creative
new performance ensemble.
Tziporela has international ambitions.
old online and in stores in 10 countries,
the sticker art is user-generated from
all over the world. Website visitors
can ‘like’ and share them.
“It’s always trendy and always changing,” says
Moran Nir of her sneaker sticker product.
Israeli startup carves out a niche selling
software to give online app access to
billions of people in places where
smartphones are unaffordable.
Eight-three percent of all phones
out there are “simple” phones:
VascoDe CEO Dorron Mottes.
that a telemarketer calling? Israeli-made
CallApp lets you know instant info
about who’s dialing on the other end.
RAY, now launching in the US,
opens the benefits of digital access to
commercial and public services to people
with visual disabilities.
The Project RAY team: Oleg Shnaydman, Boaz Zilberman,
Udi Nahum, Arik Siegel and Michael Vakulenko.
Childhood computer whiz turns his passion into
a successful company that offers cloud-based PC
Tomer Dvir, CEO of Soluto: “The ones who make it are
owners of businesses and assets; the others are employees.”
Jerusalem's Ma'aleh film school has
developed a unique course that
trains therapists how to use video
to rebuild lives.
Singaporean fashion designer credits Israel's
'why not' attitude for her success in starting
an eponymous line of pure silk women's wear.
Gin Lee with a collection of her dresses in Sofia,
a Jerusalem boutique. Photo by Abigail Klein Leichman
The development of an innovation to turn wave
energy into power has catapulted Inna
Braverman’s company Eco Wave
Power to the top of its field worldwide.
Braverman was nominated as “Young Sustainability Executive
of the Year” in the 2013 Business Green Leaders Awards.
Much of what is learned, developed and
implemented at Israel's Volcani Institute
then gets planted in fields
around the planet.
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