Hadassah and Bar-Ilan University launch Phase I trial to treat incurable multiple myeloma.
A solution to global water scarcity?
A team of scientists at BGU have invented an artificial nose that is capable of continuous bacterial monitoring, which has never been previously achieved and could be useful in multiple medical, environmental and food applications.
“We are working to promote close research cooperation and to turn the Technion into a hub for many diverse industries, a platform where industry and academia meet.”
Studying cancer teaches us about aging and vice versa,” said Dr. Rotblat.
The scientists found a way to drastically simplify the production of optical components used across industries.
New technological platform can serve as a basis for innovative medications
Trapping and observing light in super-thin materials, Technion researchers say their work may pave way for new generation of tiny light-powered tech
Study finds incompatibilities between mammals and amphibians in the relation between body size and extinction risk
The determining characteristic is the genetic coding of the ephrin-B3 molecule that gives birds this ability, according to the study
In their most recent study, the research team focused on patterns of genetic coding used by viruses which infect a single or narrow range of hosts compared to those which infect a multiple or broad range of hosts.
Recreating the “feel” of an object as participants move their fingers enables them to use their ingrained sensing strategies.