Israeli Researcher Discovers Protein That Could Replace Conventional Antibiotics And Kill Bacteria
In various research centers around the world, there's a microscopic war raging: The one between constantly evolving bacteria and modern medicine. A recent breakthrough from Tel Aviv University may have given the latter a new edge.
December 23, 2013
Israeli Company To Produce Resistant Cotton Strains
Israeli Rosetta Green has signed a deal with the Bayer CropScience AG, a company that specializes in the production and commercialization of seeds. According to the agreement, Rosetta Green will produce hardier seeds that grow high-quality cotton in harsh environmental conditions, such as drought.
April 14, 2012
92-Y-old Scientist Develops Kit To Identify Deadly Bacteria
A 92-year-old scientist developed a kit that can detect the presence of bacteria resistant to antibiotics. The kit, which will be launched in Europe, also offers immediate information on the type of antibiotic that might still work.
March 15, 2012