A few areas in particular where the two will work closely are emergency response, building space-based technologies meant to detect disasters and sharing the information with scientists worldwide.
Developments from the faculty of mechanical engineering at the Technion show innovation in light amplification: 10,000,000 rotations that pass through a cross-sectional area of about a micron squared, increasing the light 10 million times.
The center will use a state-of-the-art computer system currently being set up at the Hebrew University, recruit new researchers, and make the issue of climate accessible to the general public.
A team of scientists at the Weizmann Institute of Science recently investigated this cellular memory in cancer cells.
Evidence has been presented in the past that each of the octopus’s tentacles sometimes functions independently without exchanging information between them and the central brain system.
University of Haifa and McGill University research team has discovered that during memory consolidation, there are at least two distinct processes taking place in two different brain networks – the excitatory and inhibitory networks.
Drug development will increasingly be driven by a sophisticated overlap of biology, computer science, mathematics, engineering and nanoscience.
Technology that destroys organic particles such as viruses and bacteria at micron and sub-micron level being commercialized for use in air filters.
Technion researchers have developed accurate radiation sources that are expected to lead to breakthroughs in medical imaging and other areas
Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem who developed a method of locating land mines from afar using engineered E. coli bacteria have completed a follow-up study that builds upon their previous discovery.
Understanding the connection could lead to a new search for causes of unexplained spontaneous miscarriage
Obesity, high blood pressure and diabetes are known risk factors for developing complications from Covid-19. Now, researchers from Tel Aviv University have added another.
Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) developed Epiness™, a new, first of its kind device for detecting and predicting epileptic seizures based on proprietary machine-learning algorithms.