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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.

Iowa’s Governor Kim Reynolds Arrives in Israel

“This is an opportunity for us to look for economic opportunities between Israel and Iowa.”

The Downsides of Self-Criticism

A BGU scientist says that a critical eye can have advantages, but too much self-criticism can lead to devastating consequences.

Herzog Medical Center to Open New Pavilion in Jerusalem

The eight-floor pavilion will include an underground 200-bed emergency hospital built to withstand the impact of missiles.

Israel On My Mind – Robots in the Gut? [audio]

Israels new invention that climbs into your small intestine!

Bioinvasion Jeopardizing Mediterranean Marine Communities, Say TAU Researchers

Marine life in the Mediterranean Sea is being harmed by non-indigenous species from the Suez Canal, according to researchers from Tel Aviv University. The damage may be irreversible.

Israeli Research Produces New Hope for Breast Cancer Patients

Israeli scientists have identified a promising new combination therapy for a particularly aggressive form of breast cancer.

Pew Research Study: Jews Are World’s Most Educated Religious Group

A new study says the Jewish people are the most educated religious group in the world.

Israeli Scientists Find Algae Yields The World’s Cleanest Energy Source

Israeli scientists have discovered that microalgae can produce massive amounts of clean energy.

Tel Aviv U Research: Enzyme Treatment of Gene May Reverse Effects of Alzheimer’s

In the course of treatment, researchers found that mice which exhibited disoriented behavior became able to locate a submerged island in the middle of an artificial pond.

Israeli Researchers Discover Genetic Evolutionary Signature Associated to Autism

Researchers at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev discover a unique evolutionary signature in genes associated with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD).

Israeli, US Scientists Discover Link to Prevent Breast Cancer Metastasis [video]

Israeli and American researchers have found an important link to a treatment that prevents breast cancer metastasis.

Israeli Scientists Find Protein in Blood to ID Alzheimer’s Disease

Researchers may soon be able to create a blood test that can be used to diagnose Alzheimer's disease.

Israeli Scientists Create Robo-Locust at Tel Aviv University

A team of Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University are inventing the Robo-Locust.

Air Quality Improves With New Haifa Bay Environmental Project

Air quality has improved by 11 percent in the northern coastal city of Haifa this year, according to a new report.

‘Smart’ Drug Created by Israeli, US Researchers

An Israeli researcher creates a "smart" drug sensitive to the degree of inflammation.

Haifa U Research Confirms, ‘Think Good & It Will Be Good!’

Researchers at the University of Haifa find that it is better for customer service employees to express positive emotions rather than show neutrality in their work.

Ancient Leviathan Fossils Found in Arava Valley

Archaeologists and scientists have found remains of what may have been an ancient Leviathan in the Arava Valley, not far from the Dead Sea.

New Diagnostic for Pro Football Players Suffering from Mild ‘Unreported’ Concussions

Israeli scientists at Ben Gurion University of the Negev have discovered an earlier way to diagnose brain damage.

Israeli Scientist Finds Omega-3 Reduces Smoking

A new study conducted by an Israeli scientist finds that Omega-3 helps reduce a smoker's craving for nicotine.

Chocolate May Be Sweet Solution for Memory Problems Age 50+

Over fifty and having trouble keeping track of car, keys and new faces? A component in chocolate may help.

New Cancer Drug Uses Immunotherapy to Treat Metastatic Melanoma

A new cancer treatment to fight metastatic melanoma, Keytruda, has been approved by the FDA.

BGU Researchers Say Oxytocin May Promote ‘Lying for Your Team’

Oxytocin may cause people to "bend ethical rules to help the people close to us, like our team or family," say research team leader Dr. Shaul Shalvi.

Israeli Researchers Discover Security Gap in Samsung’s Galaxy S4

Ben Gurion University security researchers have discovered a critical vulnerability in Samsung’s highly secure software on its flagship device the Galaxy S4. The university’s Cyber...

‘Most People Don’t Lie, and Liars Confess,’ Says Ben Gurion Study

A recent survey conducted by researchers from Ben-Gurion University of the Negev and the University of Amsterdam found that most people tend to avoid...

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