Israeli Team Takes Top in Prestigious Global Science Competition
Ben-Gurion University team becomes first Israeli group to win first in Boston's iGEM, considered one of most important global competitions
Rudeness can actually kill you
Researchers find insolence damages medical care, accuracy and performance.
Prof. Cherny First Israeli ESMO Winner
The acclaimed ESMO Award was established in 1985
Chameleons’ Eyes Can’t Look In Two Directions At Once, Research Shows
Well known among nature’s best tricksters for their ability to change color to fit their background, chameleons have yet another talent up their lizardly sleeves – eyes that swivel around and appear to be looking in two directions at once.
2 Poles Reportedly Discover Nazi Trove
Discoverers demand 10% cut
Israeli Institutes Open First-Of-Its-Kind Autism Center in Middle East
The Autism Center will bring together cutting-edge research, clinical services, state of the art training and education for professionals and parents in the community
Israeli scientist claims breakthrough in HIV research
Until the research was carried out, medical researchers had only limited information on the existence of a connection between AIDS and a rare blood cancer called mixed-lineage leukemia
Melanoma cure may be within reach, Tel Aviv U study shows
‘Now we know the triggers’ that tell skin cancer cells to become aggressive tumors inside body, ‘we know what to block,’ says researcher
Israeli-British project makes Hebrew texts available online
A bible dating back more than 1,000 years, Hebrew literature, prayer books, bibles, Talmud to be digitized
Diabetics who skip breakfast risk blood sugar spikes
Study shows type-2 diabetics who 'fast' until noon can suffer day-long consequences.
Israeli archaeologists find remnants of landmark synagogue destroyed by Nazis
The Great Synogogue was built in the 1600's
Immaculate Conception? Israeli Tapir Gives Birth With No Males
Workers stunned to find tapir nursing tiny newborn at Kiryat Motzkin zoo - did the endangered animal receive a 'miracle' in the Holy Land?
Israeli safety app Musketeer saves lives
The man pressed the help button on his cellphone application upon recognizing the signs of an heart attack.
Mosaic of Alexander the Great meeting a Jewish priest is the first ever non-biblical scene to be discovered inside a synagogue
The floor mosaic includes three horizontal strips containing human and animal figures, such as elephants.
Ancient weeds hint that farming may have roots in Israel
Previously, researchers had believed that farming originated far later, some 12,000 years ago
Israel offering to help clean up India's Ganges River
The holy river streams from the Himalayas, passing through 29 Indian cities and picking up more contaminants in each.
Two Amy Winehouse art exhibitions to open in San Francisco
Both exhibitions run from July 23 to November 1 at the Contemporary Jewish Museum.
Chicken Eating Started in Judea, Says Study
Tel Maresha, in Judea, is apparently where people first got the idea of growing chickens for food.
Marijuana can heal broken bones
Tel Aviv University researcher finds non-psychotropic compound in marijuana can help heal bone fissures
One World Cannabis To Offer New Alternative Treatment For Chronic Pain
The announcement comes after the FDA warning on new dangers from pain killers like Ibuprofen.
High-Pressure Oxygen Can Effectively Treat Fibromyalgia
Tel Aviv University study finds new treatment for pain syndrome reduces or eliminates need for medication
StoreDot, Which Charges Smartphone Battery In 30 Seconds, Will Soon Charge Cars In 5 Minutes!
In that supersonic time frame, StoreDot says cars will be ready for a 300-mile drive
New study shows marijuana use does not cause traffic accidents
A report by the Jerusalem Institute for Market Studies that disproves myths about marijuana use will be presented to Knesset members.