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Israeli Startup Makes Breakthrough for Parkinson’s Diagnosis

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An Israeli startup called BioShai is paving the way for creating a new experience for patients who may suffer from Parkinson’s disease. Their product is a simple blood test to allow for an early diagnosis of the disease. It all started in 2010 when a company’s research showed that specific genes in blood could detect…

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Australia & Israel join forces

in Health & Science

Australia and Israel are investing in joint projects to facilitate technological advance in medical assistance for the disabled. Australian leaders and disability organizations expressed interest in assistive technology innovation coming out of Israel following adoption of the National Disability Insurance Scheme, an Australian Government program to support people with disabilities and their families. Subsequently, a…

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Popular Pitta in New York

in Health & Science

Israel’s darling chef Eyal Shani is not only uber successful with his various HaMiznon restaurants in Tel Aviv – his gourmet pitta place is now ranking among the most recommended places in Vienna, Paris and soon Manhattan as well. Six branches of Hamiznon are slated to open next spring in New York. However, this kind…

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New Museum of Natural History

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It should be a busy season for architect Michal Kimmel-Eshkelot: Construction of his latest project, the new Steinhardt Museum of Natural History started this week and the pivotal project is slated to open in March 2017. Adjoined to the Tel Aviv University (TAU), the museum in the shape of Noah’s Ark, will also be home…

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Fast Train Approach

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If everything goes according to the plan, the fast train connecting Tel Aviv and Jerusalem is scheduled to start operating in 2018. The construction for the long-term project is one of the country’s biggest projects with a budget of NIS 7 billion. For the new train a few records had to be built: the country’s…

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