Can we ever really know whether animals are consciously aware? A joint Hebrew University and Yale University team devised a novel scientific tool to address that very question and to assess whether animals have both conscious and non-conscious minds.
Research on SIRT6 protein finds that some DNA damage can be reversed using interventions such as calorie restriction
Surprisingly, exposure to a high background radiation might actually lead to clear beneficial health effects in humans, according to Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and Nuclear Research Center Negev (NRCN) scientists.
A recent discovery by a team from the Hebrew University successfully identified a chain of cellular and physiological events that have the potential to provide some help in diagnosing the disease years earlier.
An Israeli study has found that vaccinating breastfeeding mothers promotes the production of important antibodies in their breastmilk, potentially contributing to the protection of their nursing babies.
Aspirin, one of the oldest and most widely used drugs, is preventing COVID-19 infections, Israeli scientists have claimed in “exciting” findings.
UConn researchers and collaborators at Technion developed a theoretical model that will expediate the development of affordable fuel cells, a key technology for sustainable energy.
Researchers from Ben-Gurion University have recently found that this prolonged stay indoors is associated with a blood sugar imbalance, particularly with regard to young diabetics.
Hebrew University professor says tech that mimics human body can now be used to develop other new treatments, saving time, animals’ lives and money.