Pr Esther Priel

BGU (Israel): New Fertility Treatment for Men and Women

BGN Technologies, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev’s technology transfer company, announced that BGU researchers are developing a new, single-dose fertility treatment based on a new...

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Prof. Eran Elinav, left, and Prof. Eran Segal

Weizmann (Israel): Do probiotics really facilitate the recolonization of gut bacteria?

Every day, millions of people take probiotics – preparations containing live bacteria that are meant to fortify their immune systems, prevent disease, or repair...

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BGU Researchers Make Progress Towards a “Natural” Drug to Treat Osteoporosis

A natural protein in the body can be tailored to function as a multi-targeting drug to treat osteoporosis, a disease in which the bones...

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Knee arthrosis: First US Patients Receive AGILI-C (Israel) Implants

CartiHeal, developer of Agili-C, a proprietary implant for the treatment of joint surface lesions, and two LSU Health New Orleans orthopaedic surgeons announced today...

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Smart Probe Tel-Aviv University: Detecting Cancer Cells May Improve Survival Rates

A new Tel Aviv University study explores a novel smart probe for image-guided surgery that may dramatically improve post-surgical outcomes for cancer patients. In...

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(Français) Spectrum Dynamics (Israël) équipe le CHU de Caen d’un scanner 3D à 360°

Sorry, this entry is only available in French. For the sake of viewer convenience, the content is shown below in the alternative language. You...

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AI: symposium by Muriel Touaty, General manager of Technion France Dec. 10th 2018, in Paris

#TechnionConnectedWorld: Annual Event– Paris. Annual Manifestation of the Technion France – the topic of this year will be based over Artificial Intelligence On December...

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Dr. Eran Perlson

Tel Aviv University and Hadassah: Changes to Specific MicroRNA Involved in Development of Lou Gehrig’s Disease

A new Tel Aviv University study identifies a previously unknown mechanism involved in the development of Lou Gehrig’s disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS)....

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