Saturday, July 18, 2020
A top Israeli cosmetic surgeon gives a porcupine a new chance at life.
Apple’s voice-activated assistant technology, which is offered in 18 languages, will be offered in Hebrew.
Fourteen Hebrew University researchers were awarded prestigious European Research Council grants, enabling groundbreaking research in a variety of fields.
A team of IDF programmers and engineers are developing a digital battle command system startup that will take Israel's soldiers into the future.
The Hebrew University launched Sunday the 3D and Functional Printing Center, Israel’s first center with a focus on research in 3D and functional printing.
After examining the genes of 32 Holocaust survivors and their families, they found that trauma can be passed down through genes.
An international research team led by The Hebrew University of Jerusalem describes a new technique for growing human liver cells in the laboratory.
An Israeli company from Ashdod has found an inexpensive solution for cell phone chargers on the go.
Israel has been accepted into the UN Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space (COPUOS) despite an Arab attempt to thwart the Jewish state’s membership.
An Israeli company is developing a satellite for Facebook and French satellite provider Eutelsat in a venture to supply free Internet to millions in Africa.
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