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Technion Research: Decoding Thyroid Cancer ISRAELI RESEARCHERS DECODE THYROID CANCER TREATMENT RESISTANCE MECHANISM
Compound in cannabis could ease asthma
Do you suffer from asthma? Check out how Hebrew University Professor Raphael Mechoulam is using CBD to treat astma and other respiratory conditions.Read More
Less work for a better memory
A new Tel Aviv University study finds that brief memory reactivations can replace repeated extensive practice and training — commonly known as "practice makes perfect" — as a...Read More
New rankings show that the Technion is now NUMBER ONE in the world in preparing its students for the digital revolution.
Collision of Stars Confirms Accurate Prediction at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Racah Institute of Physics
More than gravity pulled us to this story! Prof. Tsvi Piran at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem Racah Institute of Physics led a team that published an accurate prediction...Read More
New Device Tailors Antibiotics to The Patient, Treats Infections Days Earlier
A Technion-developed diagnostic system that tailors antibiotics to the patient, which leads to treatment of infections days earlier. Another way interdisciplinary research at...Read More
Selfie time at Tel Aviv University
Whether they're advancing cutting edge science or improving your selfie, researchers at Tel Aviv university have it covered.Read More
Go Your Own Way: The Group Depends on It
At Weizmann Institute, a new model of collective behavior reveals how individuals contribute most efficiently.Read More
The Interface of nanotechnology and medicine.
Example of Engineering the Cure at the Technion by integrating medicine with other disciplines: Prof. personalized medicine cancer therapy. Read moreRead More
10 disruptive Israeli companies that can wean the world off fossil fuels
Learn about several Israeli companies working to provide alternative energy solutions to the world, including Bright Source Energy. Bright Source built the world’s...Read More
Can robots catch curiosity from us?
Dive into the fascinating field of artificial curiosity with Dr. Goren Gordon at Tel Aviv University.Read More
Congratulations to Assistant Professor Yachin Ivry, Zuckerman Faculty Scholar
We offer our sincere congratulations to Assistant Professor Yachin Ivry, who, with support from the Zuckerman STEM Leadership Program, successfully applied for Israel to host...Read More
Hebrew University researchers find way to potentially protect kidney health of individuals with obesity
A new study provides insight into the mechanisms behind the development of kidney damage due to obesity.Read More
Nanomaterials Offer a New Approach to Correcting Color
The lens in the camera or microscope of the future might be “printed” on an advanced version of a 3-D printer; and it could be much thinner and more accurate than those...Read More
Tel Aviv University is ranked 9th in the world for start-up founders
TAU is ranked higher in producing entrepreneurs than famous universities like UCLA, Yale and Princeton.Read More
Give Me a Break: Chromosomal Breaks Facilitate Precise Breeding in Plants
Using the plant's own DNA repair mechanisms could help breeders select the traits they wantRead More
So nanotech, lasers, and bacteria walk into a lab...and come up with a nifty device!
Researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have created a nanophotonic chip system using lasers and bacteria to observe fluorescence emitted from a single bacterial cell.Read More
Dr. Itay Tirosh, a Zuckerman Faculty Scholar and a new Weizmann scientist
Dr. Itay Tirosh, a Zuckerman Faculty Scholar and a new Weizmann scientist, is among the pioneers applying single-cell RNA-Seq to solid human...Read More
Why is collaboration essential? The Exciting Story of Zcash (ZEC)
Zcash (ZEC) is a decentralized, open-source cryptocurrency launched in October 2016...Read More
Most Powerful Laser in the Middle East
The School of Physics and Astronomy at Tel Aviv University recently received a powerful new laser machine.Read More