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The human body is not infallible, but through the wonders of A.I. research scientists are finding ways to address those
An opinion piece (“Makor Rishon”) by Dr. Dana Bar-On (Teva) on advancing the Israeli academic innovation in biotech and medicine.
Digitalroh members Ilana Elesh, Dr. Valdi Dvoiris and Ofra Gordon together lead the topic of medicine on the Digitalrosh website
Researchers from Tohoku University in Japan have developed a lightweight model that can be applied to mobile devices that
Prof. Ronit Sachi-Finero is researching the development of nanomedicines to select the appropriate treatment for cancer patients using 3D models
In July 2022, Amazon purchased One Medical, a national chain of primary care clinics for $4 billion. The purchase opens
In May 2021, Prof. Shulamit Levenberg, Head of the Laboratory for Tissue and Stem Cell Engineering, Medical Bioengineering at the
StuffThatWorks is a platform designed to help everyone learn which treatments are most suitable for their medical condition, using AI-based
In India, they began to approve the use of drones from a regulatory point of view for the purpose of
The worlds of medicine and health are undergoing accelerated change processes. The Forum for National Challenges presents an integrative model
Startup company iSono Health said its FDA-approved imaging system (ATUSA) will make personalized imaging of the whole breast more accessible
Our brain is plastic and the neural connections regenerate as we learn, experience, and adapt. Prof. Korzi from the University