Month: May 2017

Your dinner’s in the washing machine … the designer pioneering a cooking revolution

admin | General Interest, | May 4, 2017

Written by: Oliver Wainwright, Thursday 13 April 2017 A sprinkle of washing powder, a dash of fabric conditioner and a good slug of teriyaki sauce? Next time you load the washing machine, you might be…

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MeMed gets $9.2 million contract from US DoD arm

admin | Medical, | May 3, 2017

Funds will help develop a bedside device to help distinguish bacterial from viral infections, Israeli firm says By Shoshanna Solomon April 19, 2017 MeMed’s analyzer, a bedside testing device to find out quickly whether an…

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Israelis Discover Clear Link Between Diabetes And Parkinson’s Disease

admin | Medical, | May 3, 2017

By Maya Yarowsky, NoCamels October 20, 2014 For some time, doctors and neuroscientists have suggested that people with diabetes are more likely to develop neurodegenerative diseases than non-diabetic individuals, but were unable to prove their…

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Tel Aviv U. Insulin Study: Diet, Exercise Help Prevent Dementia

admin | Medical, | May 3, 2017

Source: NoCamels Health News Yonatan Sredni, NoCamels | Apr, 23 2017 While a healthy diet and regular exercise are well-known keys to good physical health, a decade long Israeli study on insulin now shows that…

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Yet another miraculous Israeli medical innovation BDSers must pledge never to use

admin | Medical, | May 3, 2017

By Thomas Lifson Israel rapidly is becoming too valuable to the world to “wipe off the map,” in the words of the Iranian mullahs.  And for members of the Boycott, Divestment, and Sanctions (BDS) movement,…

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Using Israeli Tech, Hadassah Surgeons Perform World’s First-Ever Dual Robotic Surgery

admin | Medical, | May 3, 2017

By Einat Paz-Frankel, NoCamels April 30, 2017 The world’s first dual robotic surgery was performed last week at Hadassah Hospital Ein Kerem in Jerusalem, Israel. The 42-year-old patient who underwent the procedure will be able…

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Water World

admin | Environment/Energy, | May 3, 2017

24/4/2017 / David E. Kaplan South African in Israel explores the complex interactions between man and water. With many regions in South Africa experiencing severe drought, it is intellectually ‘quenching’ to come across such an…

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No entry to viruses, thanks to Israeli-US team’s wastewater filter

admin | Environment/Energy, | May 3, 2017

Colds, diarrhea and worse can be prevented by hydrogel coating that bars contaminants from municipal water supplies By Shoshanna Solomon April 20, 2017 Illustrative glass of water (Pixaby free images) Researchers from Ben-Gurion University of…

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The best ambassadors of Israel you’ll ever find

admin | Agriculture, | May 3, 2017

ByANAT LEVY April 21, 2017 Hosting about 1,200 students each year, AICAT has produced more than 16,000 alumni. AICAT students show their support for Israel in the Arava with AICAT director Hanni Arnon. (photo credit:AICAT)…

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