On the other hand

September 1, 2019 by Michael Kuttner
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Israeli parents (and grandparents) are heaving sighs of relief as the long hot school summer vacation finally draws to a close and students prepare to return to their classrooms.

Not having taken a break however are Israeli advances in the medical, scientific and technological fields all of which continue to enhance the lives of humanity.


Israel’s high-tech industry experienced promising growth over the course of 2018 with tech workers making up 8.7%of the national workforce, up 0.4% from 2017, according to a new report released this week by the Israel Innovation Authority (IIA). The rate of workers employed in the high-tech sector stood at 8% for about a decade previously.

By mid-2019, the number of workers in the industry stood at some 307,000, the report stated. Over the course of 2018, Israel’s high-tech scene added close to 19,000 salaried employees, a majority (14,000) in the software sub-sector, the largest in the industry.


 Israeli defence technology firms have recently developed systems that can take control of enemy drones to thwart attacks and gather information on them.

The systems hand the operators complete control of the drone, allowing them to land it safely for analysis. The developed system can detect hostile drones at a range of up to 3.5 kilometres (2.17 miles) and take control of about 200 drones simultaneously.


It sounds like science fiction but it is already a reality. Israeli innovators are developing the ability to grow bones which can then be used to replace diseased or damaged bones in a patient. Once fully developed this amazing eye-opening technology will lead to the replacement of other body parts.

Watch this video and marvel at the wonders of medical innovation being pioneered in Israel.



There can be hardly anyone who has not experienced having blood taken for testing and then having to wait at least twenty four hours and longer for the results to become available. Depending on the number of tests required this can be a traumatic process especially for children and over nervous adults.

Imagine if all you needed to do was have two or three drops of blood taken from your finger and then TEN minutes later the results would be printed out. Well, this ability is already available thanks to yet more Israeli technological innovation. In the near future hopefully it will be accessible somewhere near your doctor, clinic or hospital.

Meanwhile take a look at how this amazing medical advance can change your life.



One Response to “On the other hand”
  1. Lynne Newington says:

    May their studious school day’s be safe and in peace the right of passage for all God’s children.

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