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Bnei Brak (4th place) leads in satisfaction with life, people's sense of their personal health, and the highest voter turnout in Knesset elections (making it first in the entire Middle East).
“Many in the community are looking for ways to make a dignified livelihood. I see great importance in this project, which can help people ... earn a decent living.”
This year's Japanese Mitsubishi Tanabe acquisition of NeuroDerm was the largest deal to date between an Israeli company and a Japanese company.
Genome editing technology involves targeted modifications in a cell’s DNA in order to develop a potentially safer and healthier product.
Items in the suitcase made the train station guards very concerned.
“We believe that this transaction will yield important benefits for NeuroDerm’s shareholders and the Parkinson’s disease patients who urgently need new therapies."
"I always say that the occupation is a myth, because we never occupied other people’s land."
Israeli scientists discover why bats remember directions, research that may help future work in Alzheimer's disease.
Weizmann scientist Prof. Aharonson and research student Raluca Rufu teamed with Technion scientist Dr. Perets to launch a new theory on the birth of the moon.
Israeli and Japanese researchers are teaming on a project to learn how autistic spectrum disorder develops in the brain.
Personal accounts of Israelis in central regions learning the ropes of running for their bomb shelters; an exercise southern Israelis have down pat.