A new, innovative Israeli DNA study has revealed what an ancient relative of modern humans from some 100,000 years ago could have looked like.
The study validates the need for us to continue to learn more about the use of pesticides and other toxins.
The E-TAC water-splitting technology facilitates an unprecedented energetic efficiency of 98.7% in the production of hydrogen from water and has other key advantages over water electrolysis.
Weizmann Institute of Science research shows heterogeneity in melanoma tumors prevents effective immune responses.
The new technology allows AI to identify molecular features of cancer cells based on biopsy images.
In a new study, Israeli researchers at the Technion make a case for using DNA as part of a viable, long-term solution to storing our digital libraries as well as the incredible amount of data created every day by humans and machines.
Researchers at Hebrew U hopeful their breakthrough may help women extend their fertility windows and maintain high egg quality into their thirties and forties.
The method may be used to purify drugs and numerous other chemicals.
In groundbreaking research, Tel Aviv University academics discover changes to mass spawning events that may lead to extinction of some species of reef builders.
Watch Dr. Itamar Harel, Principal Investigator at Hebrew University, as he conducts fascinating research on age-related diseases at his new lab.
Technion researchers have developed a technology to purify water that has been tainted by formaldehyde, using a type of processed natural clay and a formaldehyde-linked bacterium.
The shrimp could be the key to successfully reducing poverty, helping the environment and controlling schistosomiasis outbreaks, according to BGU.
Scientists have discovered a mass die-off that took place two billion years ago—with up to 99.5 percent of life on Earth disappearing.