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Haifa U Researchers Find Genetic Mutation that Encourages Longevity in Men

'Our goal now is to understand in full the mechanism of the mutation we found, so that we can express it and enable longevity while maintaining quality of life.'

Ohio 12th State to Introduce Anti-BDS Resolution

'By working to delegitimize the State of Israel, BDS not only intends to destroy the Jewish homeland, but it also violates Title VI of the US Civil Rights Act as it pertains to Jewish students and protecting their Constitutional rights on campus.'

Hebrew U Isolates ‘Haploid’ Human Stem Cells, Changing Future of Medicine

Potential for regenerative medicine and cancer research earns doctoral student Ido Sagi a Kaye Innovation Award.

Jewish NGO: IDF Recruiters Grill, Humiliate Women Seeking Religious Exemption

In her interview, M. was asked, 'What is the blessing of the moon, when is it said, what is the nusach (style) you use?' Except that, according to Jewish law, women are not obligated to keep many of the time-related commandments, which the moon blessing most certainly is.

Efrat School Receives Prestigious National Education Award

The award was presented by the Minister of Education Naftali Bennett at a special ceremony in Jerusalem on Tuesday.

Forget the Civil War, in Israel We Reenact the 1187 Battle of Karnei Hittin

Karnei Hittin marked the final, decisive defeat of the European invaders of the Land of Israel.

Israeli Prof. Berta Levavi-Sivan Gives World Bigger Fish

In Europe, aquaculture accounts for about 20% of fish production and directly employs some 85,000 people.

Vizhnitz Girls’ School Fails Three Inspections for Refusing to Teach LGBT Issues

As a matter of course, Vizhnitz devotes little or no time to learning about sexual orientation, other than those well known verses in Leviticus that frown on guys behaving like girls.

Watch PM Netanyahu at Annual Taglit Birthright Event – ‘This Is The Real Israel!’

Taglit-Birthright is a free 10-day educational trip offered to Jewish young men and women ages 18 to 26.

Israeli Scientists Offer Simple Test to Identify Diseases from Dying Cells

Prof. Yuval Dor and Dr. Ruth Shemer received the Kaye Innovation Award for developing a way to detect specific tissue damage from a blood sample. It can save lives.

Israeli Justice Minister Praises German Law Punishing Social Networks for Hate Speech

'In effect, our sovereignty is being violated,' Shaked stressed. 'The ability of the state to maintain its internal security is undermined by the manner in which the characteristics of cyberspace are exploited negatively by the instigators and supporters of terrorism.'
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Thousands Attend Otto Warmbier’s Funeral

The people inside and outside the school stood in silence and his classmates hugged and cried as the pallbearers carried Warmbier’s casket out to the hearse.

Thinking Way Out of the Box: Commissioner to Establish Police Youth Movement

'We will build a youth movement – not for police action but to deal with the norms of our youth,' the Commissioner vowed.

Meet Sarcopoterium Spinosum: Grows Mostly in Israel, Will Save Millions of Diabetics

'Insulin sensitivity is improving and we are about to launch the first clinical trial in humans.'

Jewish Student Imprisoned in North Korea Dies at Home

Physicians at the University of Cincinnati Medical Center concluded that Otto had suffered extensive brain damage, which is consistent with a cardiopulmonary event rather than a head injury.

Palestinian Authority Names Square After Mastermind of Ma’alot Massacre

The newly inaugurated "Martyr Khaled Nazzal Square,"memorializes the terror leader who planned the attack leading to the murder of 22 children and four adults on May 15, 1974.

Could Gulf of Eilat’s Super Corals Save Reefs Worldwide?

“Egypt, Jordan, Israel and Saudi Arabia must create a joint protection program to remove all anthropogenic stressful conditions."

Bennett Doubles Ariel University’s Size, Adelson Pays for New Medical School

With a $20 million donation from the Adelsons, Ariel will become home to Israel's sixth medical school.

A Meeting with Magda Haroun: Hitting a Wall, Building a Bridge

"Sometimes you have to hit a wall, feel the rift, in order to build a new bridge."

#Funjews Taking Israel Day Parade to Next Level: River and Sky

'We wanted to take American support for Israel to new symbolic heights – and show our all-encompassing pride across sea, air, and land.'
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50 NGOs to UC Irvine: You’ve Failed to Protect your Jewish Students

'For four years in a row now, members of Students for Justice in Palestine and other anti-Zionist groups have been permitted to intentionally and successfully disrupt a student-organized, pro-Israel event.'

Multispectral Imaging Reveals Ancient Hebrew Inscription Undetected for Over 50 Years

Military correspondence from the First Temple period was found on the reverse side of a well-studied artifact at The Israel Museum.

Hebrew U to Build Impenetrable National Quantum Communications System

Research at Israel’s leading quantum science center paves the way for massive improvements in computation speed and secure communication.

Muslim Lawmaker in Netherlands Calls Israeli Teens ‘Future Child Murderers’

City Councilman Abdoe Khoulani called the teens “future Zionist terrorists, occupiers and those who murder children.”

Hebrew U Ranked 145th Worldwide, First in Israel

Of the 7 institutions evaluated within Israel, the Hebrew University was ranked first for Academic Reputation and first in Overall Score.

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