UAE National Archives, National Library of Israel, Sign Historic Agreement

The MOU is the most significant agreement of its kind, following last year's signing of the "Abraham Accords."

Bar-Ilan U. Technology to Be Tested in Israeli Astronaut’s 2022 Space Trip

In early 2022, the second Israeli astronaut, Eytan Stibbe, will cross the atmosphere on his way to the International Space Station.

TAU Launching Multidisciplinary Center to Research Practical Climate Change Solutions

The unique center will utilize the knowledge, resources and capabilities of all the departments in collaboration with industry, academia, and government.

Gulf of Eilat Discovery: Animal that Regenerate All its Organs

This animal, can regenerate all of its organs so that each piece knows exactly how to regain functioning of all its missing body systems within a short period of time.

Oregon University Sacks Whistle-Blower Who Accused Its First Black President of Anti-Semitism

The university released a statement after Tuesday's firing, saying Pollack-Pelzner “deliberately circulated false statements about the university, its employees and its board.”

Groups Ask California Appropriations Committee Not to Waste Millions on Dangerous Ethnic Studies Requirement

A comprehensive analysis of the support of more than 100 university scholars and academics found the claims are wholly unsubstantiated.

Hebrew U Professor in Large-Scale Study Showing Corona’s Link to Strokes in Younger Patients

The researchers found a definite increase in stroke incidence among younger patients as compared to a similar age group before the onset of the coronavirus pandemic.

Hebrew U. Appoints Arab Woman as Vice President

Khoury-Kassabri will be charged with implementing the university’s strategic priorities, among them raising the social, economic, and environmental impact of the university.

YU LGBTQ Sue Administrators for Discrimination

The late Rabbi Dr. Joseph B. Soloveitchik, the profound spiritual leader of YU, was adamant in his opposition to designating the religious Jewish university as a non-sectarian institution in 1970.

Google, TAU Launch New Program: ‘AI for Social Good’

The program promotes research and collaboration in Data Science and Artificial Intelligence for the benefit of society.

Rep. Wasserman Schultz, Sen. Blumenthal, Reintroduce Background Checks Law Named After Parkland’s Jewish Victim

The Parkland killing spree was the deadliest high school shooting in US history.

On Earth Day, Hebrew U. Launches Academic Center for Green Sustainability

The center will promote research initiatives alongside the university’s “Green Campus” sustainability programs.

TAU Study: British Variant 45% More Contagious than Original Coronavirus

"The study proves that active monitoring of at-risk populations and prioritized vaccination programs can prevent hundreds of deaths."

TAU Innovation to Generate Immediate Melanoma Diagnosis Saving Many Patients’ Lives

"Melanoma is a life-threatening cancer, so it is very important to diagnose it early on when it is still superficial."

With COVID Morbidity Radically Down Israel’s Education System Returns to Full Operation

First through twelfth-grade students return to full classes, no restrictions, on all weekdays.

Lawfare Project Urges Zoom, UC Merced to Cancel Event Featuring PFLP Terrorist

In letters to Zoom and UC Merced Chancellor Juan Sánchez Muñoz, the organization notes that the event featuring Leila Khaled could violate federal law by providing material support or resources to a foreign terrorist organization.

In Israel, No More Masks Outdoors, Starting Next Week

There have been no new cases of the coronavirus diagnosed in 112 cities in the Jewish State over the past week.

Amazon, Hebrew U, in Joint Development of Quantum Technologies

First agreement between Amazon Web Services and an Israeli academic institution on quantum computing research.

TAU Breakthrough: Activating Brain’s Immune System Against Deadly Cancer Glioblastoma Prevents Spreading

"Glioblastoma is the deadliest type of cancer in the central nervous system, accounting for most malignant brain tumors."

NASA Names 2 Asteroids after Israeli Arab Technion Student (She Discovered Them)

Nama, who grew up in Deir al-Assad in Galilee, currently lives in Haifa.

Israeli Researchers Develop Radioactive Marker to Detect Aggressive Cancerous Tumors

The marker will determine type of tumor in a single image, eliminating the need for a biopsy.

TAU: COVID-19 Vaccine Much Less Effective Against South African Variant

The South African variant is significantly more likely to break through the protective effect of two doses of the vaccine compared to the British COVID-19 variant.

AMCHA Director Testifies Against California’s Ethnic Studies Bill

The Ethnic Studies Model Curriculum in stark contrast to what legislators intended when they approved the bill.

Hebrew U Researchers Find Holocaust Survivors Suffer Higher Death Rates from Heart Disease, Cancer

Decades-long study provides basis for close monitoring of people who have experienced trauma early in life and the impact it can have on long-term health.

Anti-Semitism in the 2020 Pandemic: Less Violence, More Desecration, Intense Online Jew Hatred

The advent of the vaccines, coupled with Israel's vast vaccination campaign, assisted by Israelis and Jews who hold prominent positions in vaccine-making companies, reinforced the anti-Semitic responses.

Jerusalem College of Technology Graduates Win Government Contract to Use Drones in Deliveries

FlyTech was founded three years ago by former IDF officers from air force UAV squadrons who became Torah-observant during their military service.

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