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The president met with Vietnam's Minister of Defense and together they toured an exhibition of Israeli defense products in Hanoi.
A series of economic agreements are to be signed during the visit that will boost Israeli industry.
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.
The Ministry for Science, Space and Technology has allocated NIS 3 million to create a national information center on gender equality.
“Why don’t we give them the benefit of our own experience? We all wished we had such a course when we were in that situation."
Scientific exchange has begun with a laser-plasma accelerator lab.
Israeli scientists at Tel Aviv University's School of Electrical Engineering are in the process of bringing the iconic Star Trek “tricorder” to life.
One of the reasons for this ancient custom may be to check out each other’s odors.
Israeli and Japanese researchers are teaming on a project to learn how autistic spectrum disorder develops in the brain.
US teachers are learning "3-D printing" from the Dept. of Defense.
The school removed evolution related questions from 52 standardized tests.
Research teams headed by a Hebrew University graduate and Tel Aviv University researchers have suggested that an experiment on rats showed that blocking their...
Technion University researchers have announced they are developing a new process that might be able to restore vision to the blind by using a...
Computer giant Intel has announced that it will invest five million dollars (NIS 20 million) into Israeli high schools over the next four years, to provide advanced science, technology, engineering and math education to students in the “startup nation”.
One of the biggest issues that has arisen as a result of the Slifkin controversy is the question of whether Chazal, the sages of the Talmud knew the actuality of nature. There are those who say that they did. They say that every statement recorded in the Gemarah with respect to science is an accurate reflection of nature itself. The science redacted in the Talmud is as valid as the Halacha - both being Mesorah.
The US State Department has created an award program for "female Palestinian scientists." Candidates are required to "be a citizen and resident of West Bank, Gaza, or Jerusalem." What does it mean by "citizen"? Is the US State Department creating, again, a Palestinian state, when there is none existing?
It seems that two very prominent rabbinic figures have come on board with Rabbi Slifkin’s views with respect to reconciling science and the Torah. According to a post on Hirhurim by Rabbi Gil Student, Rabbi Jonathan Sacks, the Chief Rabbi of England, and a man of great intellect who I respect and admire greatly is one of them. The other is Rabbi Yaakov Ariel - one of the chief Poskim of Religious Zionists in Israel. These two people are not just your average rabbis. They are both highly respected not only by me but by Jews all over the world.