StoreDot Batteries Pass 5-Minute Electric Vehicle Hurdle

Extra-fast-charging car batteries are commercially ready; now Israeli startup StoreDot is working with BP to repurpose gas stations as charging stations.

TAU Researchers Show Early Humans Used Chopping Tools in Breaking Animal Bones to Consume...

The researchers analyzed a sample of 53 chopping tools from Revadim, looking for use-wear traces and organic residues.

Microsoft-Owned GitHub Official Resigns over Firing Jewish Employee Who Cried ‘Nazis’

The former employee said that when he wrote his initial message he was genuinely concerned about his co-workers in the area, in addition to his Jewish family members.

Russia Bans Hadassah Clinic from Using Pfizer’s Vaccine

Hadassah Medical Moscow announced earlier that it was in talks with a number of companies on the supply of foreign COVID-19 vaccines to Russia.

With Close to 10,000 New Daily Cases Israel Chasing Herd Immunity

As long as there is no certainty that vaccinated individuals do not continue to be contagious, it could take several months for the epidemic to be slowed down at all.

McAfee Shutting Down Its Israeli Development Center, 60 Laid Off

In October 2020, McAfee and its shareholders raised $740 million in an initial public offering and was valued at about $8.6 billion.

Cuomo Does About-Face on Lockdowns, Appoints Blue-Ribbon Commission to Resuscitate NY Economy

He observed that "too many essential products are made in China, [which] we must [produce] in the United States and even here in New York."

As Global Bee Populations Disappear, Israel Discovers New Bee Species

The Israeli study focused on the impact of restoration activities of a threatened sand ecosystem along Israel’s coastal plains.

Jewish Programmers, Who Needs JavaScript? Here Comes ChavaScript

When you finish writing your code in Hebrew and want to run it, the mechanism behind ChavaScript translates the names of the commands into English.

Iran Announces Resumption of 20% Uranium Enrichment, Says Negotiation of Missiles ‘Out of the...

PM Netanyahu insisted that "Israel will not allow Iran to manufacture nuclear weapons."

Israel Completes Iron Dome Delivery to US Army

These batteries will be employed in the defense of US troops against a variety of ballistic and aerial threats.

Somebody Tell the NY Times: Rabin Square Mass Vaccination Center to Start Action Monday...

On Friday, the NY Times praised Israel's unparalleled record in vaccinating its people.

Study: Israel Can Expect ‘Devastating’ 6.5-Magnitude Earthquake in Coming Years

"The geological record does not lie. It could be in ten years or several decades, but it could also be next week, and we need to constantly be prepared for that.”

Twinkle, Twinkle, Satellite . . . Stay in Your Orbit Through the Night

The IAI Israeli-French research team received a stark warning from the European Space Agency: 'In five days the Venus satellite will collide with the American Terra satellite.'

The Juice Keepers: Technion Students Use Viruses to Stop Juice from Spoiling

The teams presented the viability of the ideas to the corporations and showed their inherent business potential.”

TAU, IAA in Research Revealing Evidence of Trade between India and Israel 3,700 Years...

"This is clear evidence of trade with Southeast Asia as early as the 16th century BCE, much earlier than the researchers have assumed so far," explains Prof. Finkelstein.

Initial Hebrew U Clinical Data Support Fenofibrate’s Effectiveness in Preventing Lung Damage in Corona...

Patients who were taking the drugs to speed up the breakdown of fats were recovering from the Corona-caused lung infections in a matter of days.

Microsoft President Blames Israeli Company for Rash of Cyberattacks, Wants Biden to Intervene

"The Biden/Harris administration should weigh in with a similar view," Smith wrote.

IDF’s Tel Aviv Headquarters Goes Solar, Plan Includes 50 Bases Countrywide

Upon completion of the overall works, the plan is expected to save about NIS 16 million ($5 million) annually.

Tel Aviv U Researchers Develop Blur-Free Photography of Moving Objects

Elmalem encoded motion information cues in the raw optical image which are decoded by an image processing algorithm which utilizes them for motion deblurring.

Israel, US Missile Defense Forces Completed Successful Intercept Tests of Advanced David’s Sling

The tests were led by Rafael Advanced Systems from a testing site in central Israel, with the participation of the Israel Air Force and Navy.

Oil Spill 4-Times the Exxon Valdez Anticipated in the Red Sea

A team of international researchers, including Prof. Maoz Fine of Bar-Ilan University, says there may still be time to prevent an ecological disaster.

Hackers, Possibly Iranians, Hit Israeli Shipping Companies; Shipment of Covid-19 Vaccines to Israel Delayed

The date set by the Health Ministry for the start of the population-wide vaccination is one week from today, on December 20.

Survey: 56% of Israelis Doubt They Would Accept Covid-19 Vaccines

Among Christian and Muslim Arabs only 35% said they would be vaccinated; and among Haredim and former Haredim, the number was even lower – 26%.

FDA Approves Emergency Use of Pfizer’s Corona Vaccine, 50 Million Doses in 2020, 1.3...

Pfizer’s and BioNTech’s combined manufacturing network has the potential to supply globally up to 50 million vaccine doses in 2020 and up to 1.3 billion doses by the end of 2021.

President Rivlin Hosts Launch of Israel’s Second Spacecraft to the Moon

“We are setting out on a new path, familiar but different, at the end of which we hope to land three spacecraft safely on the moon."

EU Awards 2 Bar-Ilan Professors $4.84 Million for Future Research

The ERC received 2,506 research grant proposals in 2020, out of which about 13% will be funded for 327 grant laureates.

‘Beginning of a Beautiful Friendship’: Israel and Slovenia Sign Innovation Agreement

Slovenian Prime Minister Janez Jansa is visiting Jerusalem. This is his first visit outside of Europe.

Israeli Company Named Atlas Develops New Generation of Airships in Rosh HaAyin

The ATLANTs will also create a new dimension in air travel, in short-haul and high comfort passenger ferry flights to numerous hard to reach destinations.


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