NOVEMBER, 12, 2013
Israeli medical professionals to provide critical
health interventions in the typhoon affected
region; Home Front Command to survey area.
Our inaugural Journey to Israel trip
presented the startup nation in a
whole new light focused on innovation
in every sector of society.
Setting a new course of treatment for
men with androgen receptor insensitivity,
Israeli MDs enabled their patient
to become a dad.
Testosterone therapy improved the sperm
count and quality of an Israeli man suffering
from infertility. Image via Shutterstock.com
Israeli company’s SomnuSeal mask is more comfortable
for patients who can’t tolerate the existing option, and it
protects cardiac health too.
'Everybody understands that you buy Swiss watches
from Switzerland and information security from Israel,
' says CyberArk CEO.
Israeli entrepreneur shakes up the café market
with Cofix, a new cheap coffee-to-go chain.
Prof. Malka Schaps may be the first
ultra-Orthodox woman to climb this
high on the professional academic ladder.
In a country that no longer makes its own cars,
about 700 members of the Five Club take great
pride in their golden-oldie vehicles.
'The purpose behind it is to open the
eyes of middle managers and CEOs
on how the international business
world works,' says Mustafa Deeb.
Science teacher Amir Yechieli has a side
business showing schools how to capture
and reuse the rainwater that collects on their
Children in Kenya helping to install
an Israeli system for collecting
rainwater from the roofs of schools.
Israeli researchers uncover link between drought
and the rapid decline of ancient civilizations,
using pollen samples from under water.
“The car is the only place in the world you can
die just because you’re listening to the wrong
kind of music,” says researcher Warren Brodsky,
who is gaining international attention for his work.