Researchers have found a previously unknown way to execute a denial-of-service attack on a proof-of-work blockchain system.
According to a new study by BGU researchers, the natural sweetener stevia may lead to a gut microbial imbalance. The findings were just published in Molecules, a leading international peer-reviewed journal of chemistry.
These scientist mothers have had plenty of firsthand experience worrying about the freshness and viability of pre-pumped breast milk. Now they’ve co-found the first ever diagnostic home-testing kit for breast milk.
Study shows that separating the older population from the general public could cut the death toll by 62 percent.
Details of a cellular adaptation mechanism may point to new ways of treating neurodegeneration
Unlike existing sanitization products, the gel provides active skin protection for hours and does not damage the skin microbiome.
Research suggests that sharp rise in water temperatures led to death and disappearance of some species from the shallow water of Israeli shores
A link in a worm nervous system that is broken in maturing females, but not in males, may shed light on the sex-linked nature of certain mental conditions
First clinical trial reverses two biological processes associated with aging in human cells
New research at the Weizmann Institute points to a more primitive origin for at least one type of communication, suggesting that these neural circuits may have evolved and adapted, adding new functions to already existing ones.
Researchers say artificial light further harms coral reefs already endangered by a variety of environmental threats.
In a new study on the sense of smell, Weizmann Institute researchers have managed to strip much of the mystery from even complex blends of odorants, not by uncovering their secret ingredients, but by recording and mapping how they are perceived.