But Raises Hope the Region Could Become Part of the Solution to the Climate Crisis
Little known about Lasioglossum dorchini, found in Alexander Stream National Park during research into best ways of rehabilitating habitats stunted by planted eucalyptus trees.
BGU’s Prof. Sigal Abramovich has a mission. She wants to convince global regulators to include regular monitoring of the geochemistry of a certain type of teeny tiny shell marine organisms (called forams) as an indicator of pollution in the ocean.
As Israel’s third wave rages, university says swift saliva checks it developed can help prevent outbreaks in dorms and allow school to reopen when lockdown ends.
An anti-inflammatory agent keeps microglia responses short and to the point
Researchers say their method shows “unprecedented accuracy in the interpretation of numerous ECG results and delivers a diagnosis of different cardiac disorders simultaneously.”
The research found that the mutation led to hyper-social behavior and learning disabilities and had impacts on physical development.
Researchers observed slow spontaneous fluctuations in the brain’s visual centers that preceded visual hallucinations in blind people
Might a new technological development of researchers from Tel Aviv University soon revolutionize the dairy products we consume?
‘For the first time in the world, we have successfully fought cancerous tumors by changing the gut microbiome,’ says oncologist.
Combination of city-generated heat and pollution in tropical coastal cities has been found to significantly increase precipitation in those cities.
In a startling sign of the impact that humans are having on our planet, a study published Dec. 9 estimates that 2020 marks the point when human-made materials outweigh the total mass of Earth’s living biomass.