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Israeli Researchers Uncover ‘Dark Matter’ in Search for Original Stars

Israeli and U.S. scientists say the discovery offers the first direct proof that dark matter exists and that it is made up of low-mass particles.

An ‘End to Anti-Semitism’ in Vienna

“People marching in the streets of European capitals shouting ‘Death to the Jews’ has led to the actual death of Jews, and will continue if Europe does not react.”

Poll: Israelis Want Haredim Out of Govt, Illegal Africans Out of Country

A majority of the respondents prefers six out of the seven business categories be kept open on Shabbat.

Benefits of Smoking Cessation Medications Diminish Over Time, Israeli Researchers Say

"This study is particularly important in Israel, where 22.5 percent of adults smoke and the rate of smoking is not declining."

Shaked Suspends Committee Deliberations Over Ariel University Disagreement

Critics warned the measure would detract from the status of Israel’s more established universities and "would turn the entire Israeli academia into an active partner in the 'occupation.'"

Watch: Egyptian Scholar Tells Rowdy Arab TAU Students They Should Thank God for Living...

"Only in Israel can Arab students shout at an Egyptian lecturer that he is a traitor for coming to a Zionist university. And what exactly are they doing at a Zionist university?"

Haifa U. NGO to Purchase 1,730 Acres of Amazon Rainforest

With the purchase, the lands will become part of a local nature preserve that is being managed by the local communities.

Israeli Researchers Says Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy May Improve Alzheimer’s Symptoms

Israeli researchers say hyperbaric oxygen treatment has the potential to correct behavioral and physical deficits associated with Alzheimer's disease.

Israeli Scientists: Parents Vastly Underestimate Children’s Exposure to Secondhand Smoke

"Studies have shown that 85% of smoke is invisible, and many components of cigarette smoke are odorless."

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."

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.

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.

Pregnant Egyptian Woman’s Remains Discovered in King Solomon’s Mines

The TAU team dug up the remains of the skeleton several hundred feet from an Egyptian temple, suggesting she may have been a musician or a singer.

Chicago Founder of Scholarships for IDF Veterans Meets 1,500 New Students

Buffalo Grove founder Albert Frank met some 1,500 Israeli veterans whose educations are being sponsored by scholarship program he founded.

Gravitational Waves Detected After Neutron Stars Collide 120 Million Light Years Away

"This new ability to study gravitational waves is analogous to a sense of touch."

Let’s Make a Deal Host Monty Hall Dead at 96

Monty Hall's wife since 1947, Marilyn Hall, died on June 5, 2017, in their home in Beverly Hills.

China Buys Israel’s Lab Meat Technology for $300 Million

Cows are considered the most dangerous source of methane on the planet.

PM Netanyahu, Iowa Gov. Kim Reynolds Meet in Jerusalem

The Iowa delegation is slated to sign two inter-university agreements with Tel Aviv University and the Volcani Center.

6.3-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Peninsula as North Korea Claims Successful Hydrogen Bomb Test

Israel likely possess thermonuclear weapons of the Teller–Ulam design, and it has been widely speculated that the Vela Incident of 1979, a.k.a. the South Atlantic Flash, may have been a joint Israeli–South African thermonuclear weapon test.

Poll: 70% of Israeli Jews Support Death Penalty for Terrorists, Only 13% Strongly Oppose

Of the 500 Jewish respondents, 44% strongly supported, and 25.8% moderately supported the death penalty. 12.4% moderately opposed, and only 12.9% strongly oppose. 4.9% declined to answer.

Wild Wheat Genome Sequencing Provides “Time Tunnel” Capable of Boosting Future Food Production and...

"Utilization of the wild genes in wheat breeding program promote producing more yield for less water.”

Florida Real Estate Investor Waging Revenge War Over Western Wall

It's difficult to predict whether offended US Jews who discovered there's a limit to their political influence in their second-choice country will be able to keep up the turf war much longer.

Evidence of Plant Dyes Found in King Solomon Era Textiles

The textiles date to King Solomon’s reign, in the Iron Age (eleventh–tenth centuries BCE), and some are decorated with a red-and-blue bands pattern.

Shin Bet Chief: Hackers Attacking Israel Get Unpleasant Surprises

Over the past year and a half the security services have succeeded in locating more than 2,000 potential terrorists through the use of technology.

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