The Weizmann Institute teamed up with the Wolfson Medical Center to develop SmellTracker, an online platform that enables self-monitoring of an individual’s sense of smell to detect early signs of COVID-19.
Scientists and researchers at Israel’s top institutions are using modelling and AI to better understand the virus, how it spreads, finding a vaccine and how best to recover.
While new innovations have been proposed to the Israel Innovation Authority, other already existing methods have already been re-purposed for the goal of fighting the coronavirus.
Can an antiviral food additive for farmed shrimp be adapted for protecting humans against coronavirus? Very possibly, says the Technion professor and technology’s developer.
A new Northwestern University–Tel Aviv University study has revealed that subjects who experienced relatively high blood pressure during young adulthood also experienced significant declines in cognitive function and gait in midlife.
Researchers suggest unlike SARS, MERS coronavirus strains which were successfully contained during 2004 and 2018 outbreaks respectively, COVID-19 may become perennial danger.
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Staff members are at the forefront of medical technologies and innovation, task forces, methods and vaccines in the making, working to protect the spread of the COVID-19 virus.
These emergency projects focus on different important aspects, such as detection and diagnostics; vaccine development; therapeutic treatments; and methods for remote care and monitoring of patients.
Israeli hospitals and universities have joined forces to build an enormous student volunteer base to expand and improve the detection of people infected with novel coronavirus all over Israel.