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NanoPass partners with Korean company to manufacture microneedles

NanoPass’ microneedle device is based on MEMS (Micro Electro Mechanical Systems) technology and is made of pure silicon crystal.

Israeli researchers discover bacterial state that may lead to new drugs

Scientists are constantly searching for new antibiotics to destroy bacteria before they destroy us.

Biological antibiotic alternative works against tuberculosis - TAU study

Antibiotics have for the past century been doctors' main weapon in the battle against bacterial diseases, but many diseases are becoming resistant.

23/02/2021

Israeli drug to overcome antibiotic resistance receives $20m. in funding

The drug would be used to mitigate the effects of antibiotic resistance

24/10/2020

VLX start-up incubator offers bug-eyed, ice-cool technology innovation

More investments in hi-tech are needed as the start-up nation is currently going through “the quiet before the storm” as the COVID-19 world recession is reshaping the global economy.

Potential antibiotic alternative found in 1,000-year-old manuscript

The treatment, known as Bald's eyesalve, is simple compared to modern medicine, and is made from onion, garlic, wine and bile salts.

29/07/2020
PATIENCE IS something I have traditionally had little of.’ (TNS)

When it comes to health, ‘patience is a virtue’

‘If your fever spikes to 100.4° Fahrenheit (38° Celsius), you need to get to the ER right away.'

29/02/2020
An illustrative picture of antibiotic resistance tests

Ben-Gurion U. researchers hit back at antibiotic-resistant infections

The World Health Organisation (WHO) has estimated that there could be 10 million deaths per year by 2050 because of drug-resistant infections.

EXPERTS CLAIM uncontrolled antibiotic use is turning farmed animals into reservoirs of bacteria.

Israeli company wins €2.5M to combat drug resistance

The company's immune-based protein signature MeMed BV distinguishes between bacterial and viral infections, helping physicians determine whether antibiotic treatment is appropriate.

By LEON SVERDLOV
17/11/2019
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