Saturday, September 26, 2020
Nature's toughest bats live in Negev and feast on deadly scorpions.
A 13-year-old Israeli girl has invented a system to produce oxygen in outer space, the Israeli youth magazine Ma’ariv L’Noar reported.
Researchers from Israel demonstrate that the brain’s reward system transmits messages that positively affect the immune system.
Israel scientists can analyze thermal capillary dynamics in a drop of water; it could lead to new medical sensors that are able to identify abnormal cells.
As a country committed to environmental work and sustainability, numerous Israeli groups have worked to use innovation prowess to further green causes.
Hebrew University researchers test alternative to animal testing and learn how dangerous Tylenol is.
HoloDent is an award-winning 3D holographic scanner aiming to replace a 100-year-old dental procedure.
An innovative partnership is helping Israel Haredim enter the high-tech field.
For SXSW ADL is calling on social media to join those working to combat the growing hate incited online by terrorists, domestic extremists and cyberbullies.
Israel has long led the field in medical marijuana innovation. Now, a team of researchers has discovered cannabis may help promote healing bones.
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