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!
A group of IDF cyber cadets recently took part in an intensive exercise that placed them in the world of Harry Potter.
Tiny teeth found in Israel's Negev desert led an international team to describe a new species of rodent which has been extinct for nearly 18 million years.
Microsoft put the brakes on its artificial intelligence tweeting robot after it posted offensive comments, including 'Hitler was right I hate the jews.'
Israel scientists generated a new embryonic stem cell that carries a single copy of the human genome, instead of 2 copies typically found in stem cells.