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Israeli Scientists Study How We Judge Others

"For example, a typical 'tiger mom' is sure that stress is a good thing. She may simply not see how burned out her child may be."

Watch 8 Nations Fly in Blue Flag 2017, Israel’s Largest-Ever Aerial Exercise

The main focus of this year's Blue Flag aerial exercise has been on reconnaissance, air strikes and SEAD operations.

New Research: Teen Smokers May Become Heavy Drinkers as Adults

Researchers at Tel Aviv University say nicotine "memories" from adolescence may lead to alcoholism years later.

Israeli Scientists Say Fatigue Slows Your Brain Cells Down

Drowsy driving can be as dangerous as drunk driving, the researchers point out.

Iran-North Korea Nuclear Collaboration is Israel’s Worst Nightmare, Says Expert

"North Korea is a nuclear state now. As far as Iran is concerned it isn’t too late."

Israel Aerospace Industries Sells New Observation Satellite ‘Eros C’ to Private Equity Fund

The agreement stipulates that ISI will buy IAI's new observation satellite Earth Resources Observation Satellite (EROS), a series of Israeli commercial Earth observation satellites, designed and manufactured by IAI.

Israeli Scientists Navigate the Genome to Cure Deafness

Discovery of long-encoding RNAs in the auditory system may solve a piece of the deafness puzzle.

At Hebrew U Novel Technique Reveals Intricate Beauty of Cracked Glass

'The complex surfaces that are commonly formed on any fractured object have never been entirely understood.'

200 Dead in Tunnel Collapse at North Korean Nuclear Testing Site

There are deep concerns over possible leaks of radioactivity that could lead to damage similar to Fukushima or Chernobyl.

Russia Helps Iran Build New Atomic Reactors at Bushehr

The total capacity of the two units of WWER-1,000 (Water-Water Energetic Reactor) will be 2,100 megawatts.

Iran’s Supreme Leader Limits Ballistic Missile Range to Hit Israel, US Bases

"Americans, their forces and their interests are situated within a 2,000-kilometer radius around us."

Preventing ‘Customer Confusion,’ Elbit Splitting Civilian and Spyware Divisions

Elbit was confusing its clients by offering commercial products alongside technologies used for national security and spying.

Israel, New Zealand Ink Aviation Services Deal

The agreement is intended to set air links between the two nations, and includes operation of direct routes between Israel and New Zealand.

Israel Aerospace Industries Lands Canadian Contract for Maritime Patrol Radar

To date, more than 250 ELM-2022 Maritime Patrol Radars have been sold to customers worldwide in more than 25 countries. This is the eighth project done with Airbus Defense on maritime patrol radars.

‘Bad Rabbit’ Ransomware Attack Strikes Russia, Ukraine, Turkey, Germany

Russia's Interfax news service and several other media companies were affected, as was the airport in Odessa and the transportation system in Kiev.

IAI’s ELTA Subsidiary to Supply Advanced 3D Surveillance Radar to European NATO Member

"We are pleased to continue expanding our sales in Europe, especially with prestigious NATO customers."

Israel’s ‘David’s Sling’ Earns US Missile Defense Agency’s Prestigious Technology Pioneer Award

David's Sling is a joint bi-national effort of the United States Missile Defense Agency and the Israel Missile Defense Organization (IMDO)

Iran Sentences to Death Alleged ‘Mossad Agent’

"The person has had several meetings with [Israeli intelligence agency] Mossad and has provided them with sensitive information about Iran's military sites..."

Israeli Scientists Discover New Enzyme to Destroy in Metatastic Cancer Cells

The research team hopes to begin Phase 1 clinical trials within the next 18 months.

IAI Wins Airbus SAR Radar Contract

IAI's ELM-2022 is an advanced multi-modal, all-weather surveillance radar system.

Arabs Boast 63 Babies Born from Terror Prisoners’ Artificial Insemination

Either that, or these wives have come up with the perfect alibi for extramarital affairs…

Kite Pharma, Launched by Israeli Scientists, Gets FDA Approval for Lymphoma Treatment

The Yescarta therapy will cost $373,000 for a one-time dose, which will surely become a major issue of concern for insurance companies and public health officials.

Israeli Scientists Turn Brain Cells Into Skin Cells

"Future developments based on this method may enable the transformation of one tissue taken from the patient's own body into another tissue to replace the damaged organ."

Israel Joins the United Nations Space Committee Bureau

Israel’s adversaries led efforts to thwart the representative’s election. . . Canada, the United States and others led efforts to ensure a fair and unbiased process in the Committee.

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