Monday, August 3, 2020
'As the world has seen, extremists like ISIS are using Twitter as a primary tool to recruit followers and incite terrorism.'
Tel Aviv University researchers have found a way to use cell phone towers to detect fog.
Israeli, Palestinian and Jordanian alumni of the Arava Institute for Environmental Studies will convene for a three day seminar in the north of Israel.
An Israeli shrub may help treat diabetes.
Jerusalem cops train with disabled kids to run race together.
Israel has signed a deal with Google to improve the Jewish state’s governmental technology.
Hebrew University researchers are hoping to fight drug-resistant bacteria with a virus they discovered in Jerusalem sewage.
Israel's esteemed Hebrew University of Jerusalem has ranked among the top educational institutes in the world.
Jerusalem’s Mayor visited the Mount Scopus campus of Hebrew University and addressed the student body.
An app lets Israelis make live video distress calls to emergency responders from their smartphones, from start-up Reporty, chaired by past Israel PM Barak.
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