Sunday, April 30, 2017
Science & Technology

Science & Technology

A Snoezelen room, originally developed in the Netherlands in the 1970s, has been installed at Mount Sinai Hospital in Côte St. Luc.
Twenty-seven American tourists have become the first such group to tour Israel outfitted with high-tech equipment including Google Glass.
Israeli scientists say supernova bullets may have seeded planet earth.
An Israeli start-up offers a way for pet parents to communicate and track their dog.
Students, with the help of the Israel Space Agency, built a satellite as part of a project aimed at providing a lifeline to travelers in remote areas.
There might be a connection between height and risk of developing cancer, a Yeshiva University professor is saying.
The EDAB-FENS Brain Awareness Week Excellence Award was awarded to The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
The University of Haifa revealed that they have been jointly-allocated a prestigious $1.3million grant for its work in brain research.
The period directly following the Big Bang may have been conducive to life forming elsewhere in the universe, says top Israeli physicist Abraham Loeb.
An Israeli initiative improves the quality of life of handicapped patients suffering from multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy and other untreatable diseases.


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