From 3D-printed Human Hearts to Healthy Pizza: Six Israeli Companies Developing Life-improving Ideas

Energy generated by sea waves, cartilage made of corals, healthful dough, 3D printed organs, a tiny camera that helps blind people see and an ultrasound from the comfort of your living room: A Haaretz project surveys promising Israeli companies

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Meirav Moran
Oded Carmeli
Avi Garfinkel
Meirav Moran
Oded Carmeli
Avi Garfinkel

Printing human hearts

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