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Businesses use CES as a place to test out their prototypes in the market or to increase exposure of new products.
Many hope that this new development will be a breakthrough and better the lives of millions.
A exhibition from the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology highlights the numerous Israeli innovations changing the world and propelling us to the future.
The technology developed at the Technion softens the collagen fibers by means of a controlled release system of collagenase, an enzyme that breaks down the collagen.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Shaare Zedek delivers 22,000 infants a year – more than any other hospital in the world.
Until now, invasive treatments required
"It's a joy to be able to write a legible sentence, apply make-up in less than a half-hour, or just hold the paper on which my sermon is written, without it shaking wildly." - Rabbi Mintz.
By AMERICAN FRIENDS OF RAMBAM
Tyto would allow patients to measure their own vital signs and conduct self-examinations.
After passing all but the last medical tests, Yisrael Elyada assumed – as an active amateur athlete – that he had no problems and would proceed on to the surgery needed to remove the kidney.
Doctors save life of 22-year-old Birthright participant after she suffers massive brain hemorrhage.
Health Ministry and Jerusalem Municipality bemoan growing need for geriatric facilities but donate nothing to new Herzog Hospital building.
Hava Zingboim has produced the first-ever formula to allow hyaluronic acid to penetrate into deeper skin layers by application of a cream – without injection.
By SHARON UDASIN
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