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New NIS 5 coin design thanks healthcare workers on COVID frontlines

The Bank of Israel intends to issue several millions of special edition coins to be distributed to the public through banks and the Israel Postal Company.


The miracle story of a man who had a rod through his head - and survived

In the fraction of the second of a fateful fall he managed to thank God for the good life he’d lived.

Israeli, American scientists reach breakthrough in brain research

“This is a problem that everyone dreams of solving,” Dr. Sinefeld said, referring to the difficulty in successfully examining thick brain tissue.

Revolutionary technology to treat strokes brings hope to Israeli patients

A system combining motor imagery, virtual reality and electrical stimulation to treat people who suffered a brain stroke is bringing hope to patients in 27 countries.

Could a study of sea urchins help scientists develop new cancer drugs?

The team showed that the sea urchin’s anatomy is not only physically but genetically analogous to humans’ anatomy.

Biologists work in a laboratory at Pluristem Therapeutics Inc. in Haifa

Israeli medicine company aims to manufacture cannabinoid-producing cells

If successful, the cannabis industry would shift from agriculture-based growing into a full 3-D cell culturing platform for growing and expanding cannabinoid-producing cells.

Tel Aviv University researchers Nir Gonen, Prof. Inna Slutsky, Boaz Styr and Daniel Zarihin

Tel Aviv University researchers discover path to new epilepsy treatment

The findings were published on Monday in peer-reviewed scientific journal Neuron.


Israeli neurological breakthroughs at Shaare Zedek

“It is amazing,” says Eichel, “that in just three years, we have been able to develop a center that provides nearly all the neurological services."


President Rivlin helps to promote increased awareness of autism

The event included an art exhibition by autistic artists and musical performances by autistic singers and musicians.

Trial-In CEO Nir Erez.

Israeli firm offers hope to cancer patients beyond standard care

"Even today, in each cancer patient that I meet, I see my mother and want to save them," said Nir Erez of medical company Trial-In Pharma.

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