Israeli startup StemRad has designed a vest that not only protects against gamma rays in space, but also can be used here on Earth.
A top Israeli medical scientist receives an award for work that may help women with placenta problems give birth to healthy children.
A potential future use of iPSCs is the creation of whole organs (such as heart, liver or kidney) in a suitable animal model using cells taken from the patient.
It’s not enough that kosher ersatz bacon is on the market. Now it’s kosher cheeseburgers, from “meat” grown in a lab, waiting for the cheese. The lab-grown burger cost only $325,000 to make. Two to go?
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