Israeli crystallographer Ada Yonath – whose pioneering work on the structure of the ribosome won her the Nobel Prize in 2009 – has one advice for women struggling to make a mark in STEM.
As if the black holes were not mysterious enough, astronomers using NASA’s Hubble Space Telescope have found an unexpectedly thin disk of material that swirls furiously around a supermassive black hole.
Israel has a reputation for being the Startup Nation, but Marcelle Machluf, dean of biotechnology and food engineering at Technion, predicts that in coming years Israel will be known as the FoodTech Nation.
Patients with deadly form of bone marrow cancer leading longer, better lives thanks to Israeli research.
Researchers at Technion, BGU, and Bar-Ilan University collaborate on an important project. These researchers are 3D printing coral reefs in an attempt to save them before they’re destroyed by the overheating ocean.
An algorithm developed by a team of researchers at Weizmann Institute of Science predicts the immune response to a pathogen that could lead to early diagnosis for diseases such as tuberculosis.
Using lasers to separate chiral molecules had been predicted – but never before demonstrated.
Oxytocin is not only a hormone of love but also plays a role in normal social interaction, birth and breastfeeding, control of stress and appetite and more.
Technology sired by the tech giant’s Haifa lab, Intel Corp. unveils details of a new artificial intelligence-based chip that enables computers to gain knowledge by inference.
Zuckerman Faculty Scholar, Dr. Gili Bisker, with collaborators, proposed a new approach for detecting and quantifying nonequilibrium dynamics in small systems.
The BGU research team exposed the vulnerability by “overcoming” the logical network isolation between the two different networks “using specially-crafted network traffic.”
“If you look at single cells, they’re very different from one another,” says Filbin. “Some are more immature, stem-like cells, some are differentiating cells, and some are mature cells that are not even dividing anymore.”