A clever exchange of elements enabled researchers to measure a protein’s movements.
Carbon-containing waste has presented an increasingly problematic challenge for industrialized societies.
Uri Sivan is positioning the world-renowned university to meet 21st-century challenges in human health, energy, environmental sustainability, education and advanced manufacturing.
Weizmann Institute scientists discover nine parameters that identify women at a high risk of developing diabetes during pregnancy.
Deficiency of a common substance could be linked to cognitive and behavioral problems.
The innovative breakthrough is that if you can’t detect it, you can’t steal it.
Tel Aviv and Harvard University scientists have created and linked up nine Organs-on-a-chip, including brain, heart and liver, paving way for personalized drug development.
‘These molecules may help develop drugs against inflammation and against Huntington’s disease,’ says Weizmann Institute researcher.
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University and Hebrew University have developed a powerful tool that will streamline and accelerate the development of disease therapies, transforming a multi-year process into just a few days.
Elevated activity in areas of the brain associated with attentional control just before events increases the probability that we will remember the event.
Researchers at the University of Haifa present first method that recovers color with revised model, using RGBD images.
Researchers using artwork analysis find that a disabled child has a positive effect on family, correlating with higher scores on empathy and closeness, less conflict and rivalry.
A non-toxic blue dye commonly used in biology labs helps repair damaged heart tissue in mice, say researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel.
What if cancer could be diagnosed faster allowing treatment to be developed quicker too? A team of cancer researchers from Ben-Gurion University and Hebrew University, are working to do just that.