Daniel Iluz-Freundlich, a second-year medical student at Ben-Gurion University, developed app that will help find and register coronavirus patients for clinical trials.
The subject was then brought in to a make shift buffet alongside nine other people at which point they acted as they typically would in a restaurant.
As Israelis are notoriously loud, it is perhaps in their own interest to continue wearing masks to stop the spread of the virus and "lower the curve."
The following is a brief roundup of the latest scientific studies on the novel coronavirus and efforts to find treatments and vaccines for COVID-19, the illness caused by the virus.
The research pushes back by thousands of years the arrival of Homo sapiens in Europe, a milestone in the history of a species that arose in Africa about 300,000 years ago and then spread worldwide.
With the new advances, fertility doctors will be able to hand-select the healthiest and quality sperm for artificial insemination, in effect increasing a woman's chance of becoming pregnant.
The finding has been hailed as “a fundamentally significant contribution to the field that only comes along every 10-20 years."
Like the others at the farm, Winter's blood produces a special disease-fighting antibody that so far have shown promise in protecting cells from the coronavirus.
An automated solution to how to check the body temperature of many visitors that can also be installed at mall entrances is offered by an Israeli company, ASI Technologies
The cooperation between the different expertise of the scientists involved proved to be a key for the success of the study.