Though these corals can tolerate very high temperatures, a new study reveals that even a slight cold spell can cause bleaching
Scientists at Tel Aviv University use special optical fibers that can distinguish between benign lesion on the skin and malignant one, using non-invasive process that provides results in real time and avoids surgical procedure
“We are reprogramming another type of the immune system’s cells called T-cells, in order to teach them to fight the cancer inside the blood of the patient.”
Novel molecules were found to reduce inflammation and restore balance of the immune system and were also effective against pathogenic bacteria. Findings published in Microbiome, a leading peer-reviewed publication.
A high rate of genetic Parkinson’s makes Israel a perfect lab for finding ways to prevent, stop and even cure this fast-growing neurological disorder.
Can we ever really know whether animals are consciously aware? A joint Hebrew University and Yale University team devised a novel scientific tool to address that very question and to assess whether animals have both conscious and non-conscious minds.
Research on SIRT6 protein finds that some DNA damage can be reversed using interventions such as calorie restriction
Surprisingly, exposure to a high background radiation might actually lead to clear beneficial health effects in humans, according to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Nuclear Research Center Negev (NRCN) scientists.
A recent discovery by a team from the Hebrew University successfully identified a chain of cellular and physiological events that have the potential to provide some help in diagnosing the disease years earlier.
An Israeli study has found that vaccinating breastfeeding mothers promotes the production of important antibodies in their breastmilk, potentially contributing to the protection of their nursing babies.