UK Clinical Trial Confirms SaNOtize’s (Israel) Breakthrough Treatment for COVID-19

Biotech company SaNOtize R&D Corp., Ashford and St Peter’s Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in Surrey, UK, and Berkshire and Surrey Pathology Services, UK, today...

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Weizmann (Israel): clever addition of lipids to water-based hydrogels makes them excellent lubricants for biomedical uses

What copes with heavy pressure and exists in a state of constant friction, decade after decade, yet barely gets worn down? The answer is...

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Hebrew U. – Yale (USA) : New Study Shows Monkeys ‘See’ as Humans Do

It has long been known that humans possess the ability to process information and behave both at the conscious and non-conscious levels. It is...

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Dr Debra Toiber

BGU Takes a Step Closer to Finding the Genes that Predict Healthy Aging

What if the secret to reversing aging is not an elixir of life but identifying the genes that control aging and then reversing the...

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CE Mark Approval for SpectraLIT 20-Second COVID-19 Diagnosis

Newsight Imaging, an Israeli startup developing imaging solutions and chips for spectral and machine vision applications, announced today that the company’s SpectraLIT™ device, powered...

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(Français) COVID-19 : Oramed Pharmaceuticals met au point un vaccin par prise orale “idéal contre les variants”

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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Dr Gilly Regev

Israel – New-Zealand : approval to sell its Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray which protects users from viruses

Biotech company SaNOtize Research & Development Corp., (SaNOtize) today announced that it has received interim approval to sell its Nitric Oxide Nasal Spray (NONS),...

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A 3D immunofluorescent image of melanoma cells (magenta) infected with bacteria (turquoise); cell nuclei are blue (picture Samuels Weizmann)

Weizmann (Israël) : Bacteria May Aid Anti-Cancer Immune Response

 The findings of a new study may explain the microbiome-immunotherapy connection Cancer immunotherapy may get a boost from an unexpected direction: bacteria residing within...

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