At last week’s Paris Air Show, Israeli company Eviation Aircraft unveiled its electric plane, an emission-free, quiet mode of transportation that could greatly benefit the environment. The streamlined plane, called Alice, can seat nine passengers and is planned to cruise at a speed of 260 knots for a range of up to 650 miles. The… Read more »
This week mark’s Israel #SpaceWeek – a great opportunity to get a glimpse at the young scientists of the future! They are under 18 and spend their time in a lab making discoveries that could change the world. They’re launching satellites into space, cooperating with NASA – National Aeronautics and Space Administration – conducting biological… Read more »
From Senegal to Malawi, Israeli NGO Innovation: Africa has carried out over 200 innovative technology projects across Africa, helping to improve the lives of at least one million people. And counting. Find out how Israeli innovations and know-how are changing communities across Africa for the better.
Does the thought of needles and blood tests make you cringe? This Israeli invention is a game-changer for pain-free medicine! Israeli-Arab Technion Professor Hossam Haick won the EU Innovation Award for inventing the Sniffphone. It’s an electronic nose which can diagnose patients by analyzing their breath, making future medicine less painful.
ALS – amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, Lou Gehrig’s disease or motor neuron disease – is indeed tragic and terminal. The initial symptoms can vary from person to person. One sufferer may have trouble holding a pen or lifting a glass of water, while another person may experience a change in vocal pitch when speaking. ALS is typically a disease that involves a gradual onset. In addition, the rate at which it progresses in sufferers also differs. Symptoms can begin in the muscles that control speech and swallowing or in the hands, arms, legs or feet.