New Israeli Research Creates Electric Currents From Seaweed
Researchers from the Technion have developed a method that uses the photosynthesis of seaweed to harvest electric currents.
February 24, 2022
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
Israeli Designer Uses Seaweed To Create Cool Lamps
What comes to mind when you hear the word seaweed? Some might think of a trip to the beach, others, of a good roll of sushi, but Israeli designer Nir Meiri has used it for something else entirely - and the result is unexpected.
May 22, 2013
Seaweed Is A ‘Treasure’ Waiting To Reveal Its Healing Secrets
Seaweed is prolific in Israel’s Mediterranean Sea. It makes sense, then, that Middle Eastern ancients used it to help alleviate a host of ailments from peptic ulcers to fungal infections and wounds. The Hadassah Medical Organization in Jerusalem is looking into how seaweed can be utilized for its nutritional and medicinal properties.
November 04, 2012
Scientists Use Seaweed To Produce Biofuel
Israeli researchers are developing methods for growing and harvesting seaweed as a source of renewable energy. Not only can it be grown along coastlines, it can also clear the water of excessive nutrients caused by human waste or aquaculture.
March 07, 2012