A team of Israeli scientists is experimenting with changes in rainfall patterns to determine how native vegetation will adapt to new climatic conditions.
“I’m interested in learning whatever we can about real black holes and real gravity,” study author Jeff Steinhauer, physicist at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.
Manipulating an enzyme might be key to culturing cells for transplantation or other treatments.
Researchers at the Bio-Inspired and Medical Robots Lab at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, are building a miniature robot inspired by an inchworm.
MIT-Israel Zuckerman STEM Fund is calling for proposals for joint projects between MIT and Israeli university researchers in science, tech, math and engineering.
A new method of surface patterning may help create defect-free electronic channels.
Science continues finding evidence that the bacterial universe in our guts affects our overall health.
By implanting engineered tissue from stem cells taken from the gums, the Technion’s Prof. Shulamit Levenberg provides new hope for people with spinal column injuries.
The combination therapy, of two FDA approved drugs, protects the blood-brain-barrier and is aimed at preventing development of brain pathologies.
The ability to anticipate the future is key to the survival of all living things. Like humans, worms are capable of forming associative memories.
Researchers from Bar-Ilan University suggests that short exposure to the Marvel superhero movies featuring Spider-Man and Ant-Man can reduce arachnophobia symptoms by up to 20 percent.
A new treatment for prostate cancer in men who don’t want to undergo radical surgery because of the side effects has been developed by Israeli scientists.
Discovery may pave the way to creating entire human embryos out of human skin cells, without sperm or eggs, says head of study.