Her pioneering work earned her the million-dollar Kavli Prize in Nanoscience in 2012, the National Medal of Science, the Presidential Medal of Freedom and IEEE Medal of Honor, the highest award of the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers.
Israel’s Iron Dome missile defense system successfully completed tests of an upgraded system using some American-made components.
Waze mistakenly said the main Tel Aviv-Jerusalem highway, Route 1, was closed during rush hour. Drivers who were forced to opt for the alternative Route 443 found themselves in major traffic jams, The Times of Israel reported.
New facial recognition technology endorsed by the Jewish Community Centers Association of North America could play a key role in preventing future attacks.
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.
Prof. Atlas developed molecules derived from the active site of Trx1, called thioredoxin-mimetic peptides, which protect the brain after traumatic injury.
Researchers from Israel demonstrate that the brain’s reward system transmits messages that positively affect the immune system.
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.
On a quest to find the tastiest watermelon for your Fourth of July cookout? There’s an Israeli app for that.
The Israeli interior design app Houzz won Best App in the first Google Play awards!