Wednesday, August 5, 2020
The period directly following the Big Bang may have been conducive to life forming elsewhere in the universe, says top Israeli physicist Abraham Loeb.
Fourteen Hebrew University researchers were awarded prestigious European Research Council grants, enabling groundbreaking research in a variety of fields.
An app lets Israelis make live video distress calls to emergency responders from their smartphones, from start-up Reporty, chaired by past Israel PM Barak.
Ethiopia has signed an agreement with an Israeli solar power company to further its energy goal.
In a partnership including companies across the globe, an Israeli-American activist is bringing East Africa’s first utility-scale solar field to Rwanda.
Nature's toughest bats live in Negev and feast on deadly scorpions.
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.
The futuristic Google Glass is about to get a bit more mainstream.
A TAU researcher is attempting to cook up test tube chicken in his lab.
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