By Adam Van Heerden
Israeli Company Imitates Algae To Close Internal Incisions Efficiently
Have you ever tried using adhesive tape on a wet surface? Now imagine trying to find an adhesive to patch up a place that is always wet – inside the human body. Israeli company Sealantis has achieved this by mimicking a known sticky organism from under the sea.
November 27, 2013
Given Imaging’s PillCam May Make Colonoscopies A Thing Of The Past
Half of Americans over 50 choose to forgo colonoscopies, despite the fact it can save their lives, because the procedure is sometimes uncomfortable. Given Imaging, an Israeli medical company, pioneered a non-invasive method of detecting disorders in the gastrointestinal tract with PillCam.
November 12, 2013
10 Tel Aviv Apps, Startups And Alternative Vehicles That Will Make Traveling So Much Easier!
Tired of circling the block 60 times to find a parking spot? Frustrated with exorbitant transportation fees and complicated schedules that take longer to decipher than the actual travel time? Look no further! Here are the top 10 high-tech transportation solutions being applied in Tel Aviv today.
November 11, 2013
Israeli Company That Turns Tumors Into Ice Balls Now Sets Its Sight On Lung Cancer
IceCure's amazing tumor-freezing technology destroys breast tumors by freezing them into ice balls. Now, the company is targeting the number one killer-cancer in the US – lung cancer.
October 30, 2013
Top 10 Israeli Exits, Mergers & Acquisitions Of All Time
Think Google's acquisition of Israeli startup Waze is an exception in the Startup Nation? Think again. While the price was high and the acquiring company prestigious, Israel has been selling its best startups to international corporations for decades. We found of what are the top 10 Israeli exits of all time.
October 29, 2013
‘Seraphim Sense’ Creates ‘Guardian Angel’ Wristband To Monitor Health
When he was a Teenager, Israeli entrepreneur Eugene Jorov lost his father to a sudden heart attack, which prompted him to go into medical technology. Now, his monitoring "Angel" wristband is showing promise with a successful crowdfunding campaign.
October 21, 2013
Smartli’s Automatic Grocery Shopping System Will Make Sure Your Fridge Is Never Empty!
Ever wanted to make a sandwich at home, but then realized you're out of your favorite ingredient? Well, with Smartli's technology that will no longer happen. Smartli has developed a smart fridge that "knows" what's missing and automatically orders it from your supermarket.
October 09, 2013
Cognifit: The Mental Gym To Train Your Brain
As time goes by and we get older, our brain naturally loses some of its "computing" abilities. Cognifit, an Israeli-developed brain-training application and website, has created what might be termed a mental gym that can actually train your brain.
September 29, 2013
Professor Raphael Mechoulam, The Father Of Marijuana Research, Talks To NoCamels About His Studies And Breaking The Law In The Name Of Science
Medical marijuana causes a lot of debate and some controversy. But did you know that until the 1960s, no one knew what the active ingredient in it was? Israeli Professor Raphael Mechoulam is the father of medical marijuana research and sat down for a chat with NoCamels.
September 24, 2013
Nooly’s Minute-By-Minute Weather App Will Help You Stay One Step Ahead Of The Rain
Whether you're planning an outdoor event or just heading out on a long drive, one thing you can never really count on is the weather forecast. Israeli app Nooly says it provides accurate minute-by-minute weather reports.
September 18, 2013
META: The Stylish Rivals Of Google Glass
They look like a stylish version of augmented reality glasses and META.01 might come to stifle the vision of Google Glass. Much like Tony Stark in Iron Man, META.01 allows the wearer to manipulate projected images with instinctive hand movements.
September 17, 2013
Israelis Bring ART Joy & Love To Ethiopian HIV Orphans
What started as a modest Israeli project intended to bring better treatment to African HIV/Aids orphans, is now a major project in Ethiopia and Uganda, substantially reducing mortality rates and providing hope of a brighter future for these children.
September 06, 2013
NokNok Is Trying To Reinvent VoIP With Its New iPhone App
NokNok. Who's there? Don't pay a cent on international calls! A new Israeli app will help you communicate with anyone in the world at the price of a local call.
September 01, 2013
Flow: The Israeli Shoe Designed For Diabetics
Every 20 seconds, somewhere in the world, a diabetic loses a limb due to circulatory problems. An Israeli graduate of the Bezalel Art Academy has come up with a solution – a shoe for diabetics inspired by horse hoofs.
August 28, 2013
Israeli Startup Gauzy Raises $4M To Turn Any Glass Surface Into A Screen
You might think that see-through fridges and windows that turn into screens exist only in the movies, but Gauzy, an Israeli startup company, is turning science-fiction into reality.
August 27, 2013