The Technion team developed a polymeric mesh dressing that contracts the wound edges and allows skin healing – without the string holding it together.
A study, which was published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal ‘ACS Nano,’ shares findings that are a potential breakthrough in the development of ferroelectric materials.
Bacteria are safe from antibiotics when they’re in a chaotic state, says Hebrew University team, hoping drug-makers will respond with a new class of antibiotics
Technion scientists uncovered how neurons can trigger physiological responses in the body that translate in real illnesses but might also help treat them.
The Green Campus Committee, led by TAU president Prof. Ariel Porat, will formulate a strategic plan for reducing greenhouse gas emissions on campus.
Discovery, made through ‘peek in virus’s black box,’ could lead to therapies that halt havoc wrought on vascular system, say Tel Aviv University scientists
Experts are concerned that species diversity could decline because of extreme climate. Researchers at Ben Gurion University discovered a positive promise to mitigate adverse effects.
Weizmann Institute of Science researchers, together with their NASA collaborators, shed new light on Jupiter, revealing a surprising parallel with Earth
Bar-Ilan University researches say new method for battling this type of cancer involves attacking infected cells without damaging healthy ones; treatment process combines biology with artificial intelligence to spot which molecules to attack