Research team at BGU have developed a new way to test clinical trials at a lower cost, while improving their success rate and efficiency
In a study published in Nature Medicine, researchers from the Weizmann Institute have, using mouse models of acute liver failure, discovered three new subsets of liver cells that orchestrate the development of this condition.
“We hope that in the future we will be able to identify those women who are at risk for weight gain through a simple examination – and perhaps even suggest ways to prevent this phenomenon.”
What if an MRI scan could determine whether a weight loss program was likely to be effective? BGU researchers have discovered a neural subnetwork of connected regions between the brain and gastric basal electric frequency that correlates with future weight loss based on connectivity patterns.
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science now propose an explanation for these mysterious moments of inspiration that pop up from the depths of our unconsciousness.
Marking Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Bar-Ilan University researchers say they eventually hope to identify women at risk and offer methods to prevent weight gain following chemotherapy
The technology also gives pre-trial recommendations, interim analyses and post-trial insights, so as to prepare for the next trial.
The study used marker-assisted breeding (MAB) to successfully identify genes that can increase grain protein content, as well as resist the fungal disease known as stripe rust.
In a study just published in the journal Nano Letters, researchers from Bar-Ilan University have shown a simple solution to this issue with the help of the scattering effect of Gold Nanorods (GNRs).
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute recently uncovered a new cognitive bias: The way in which we experience the passage of time can be distorted by a process in which we learn to adjust our expectations.
Einstein: Visualize the Impossible, an immersive digital platform, planned by Hebrew University to mark centennial of Einstein’s Nobel Prize.
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have now shown, in mice, exactly how the heart can regenerate, through activating cells in the remaining heart tissue – it just needs the right kind of prompting.
Lab researchers propose an alternative to the popular PCR testing method for coronavirus: instead of a larger sample size, a much smaller one can be used.
Scientists claim the therapy can not only cure patients suffering from COVID-19 but can also be given to high-risk populations and front-line workers as a preventive measure; clinical trials to begin in coming months