TAU Ultrasound and Nanobubbles Helping Destroy Cancerous Tumors without Invasive Treatments

The nanobubbles and ultrasound waves cause the bubbles concentrated in the cancerous tumor to explode.
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Hebrew U Announces Breakthrough in Fighting Antibiotic-Resistant Infection

The chip emulates normal human physiology, producing far more accurate behavior than do small animals.

Hebrew U Research Shows Philip Morris Targets Most Israeli Ads at Haredi Consumers

Despite a partial ban on smoking ads in Israel, tobacco companies continue to spend big to attract new target audiences.

Meet Yomm, Largest Social Networking App Exclusively for Jewish Women

The spark of connection on the Yomm website will deepen on the app, inspiring a global community of Jewish women.

MDA Shares AI Dispatch Software with US Hatzalah Groups

“The technology is too good not to share with other lifesaving organizations."

Breakthrough: Hebrew U Drug May Prevent Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s, Increase Life Expectancy

The study identified a group of molecules that enable cells to repair damaged components.

TAU Study Introduces Effective Oxygen Treatment for Millions of Long-Covid Sufferers

The treatments involve MRI imaging of patients' brains, identifying COVID-19 damage, and correlating the images with clinical findings.

Spaceship Gaia Led by TAU Researchers Detects 2 New Planets

Gaia has discovered 1 billion astronomical objects, mainly stars, but also planets, comets, asteroids, and quasars.

Hebrew U Startup’s Viroblock Effective Against Covid Variants, Influenza, Zika, West Nile, Hepatitis

ViroBlock’s new technology platform demonstrated the potential to rapidly provide solutions for treating current and emerging viral threats.

Bar Ilan U. Researchers Link Elderly Who Give Away Money to Early Alzheimer’s Disease

Study participants who gave away more money scored significantly lower on Alzheimer’s cognitive tests than those who gave less.

Canadian Asper Foundation, TAU, Launch Innovative Clean Water Project

At least 2 billion people around the world use water from contaminated sources.

TAU Researchers Offer Future 1-Shot AIDS Treatment

The scientists, for the first time ever, engineered type B white blood cells in the patient's body to secrete HIV antibodies.

Hebrew U Researchers Solve Age Old First Date Conundrum

"We still don’t know whether synchrony raises attraction or does the feeling of attraction generate the motivation to synchronize."

I Might Forget Thee, Jerusalem: Hebrew U Grows Cannabis with 20% More Psychoactive THC

Findings will help develop new strains for medical cannabis users and increase crop yields.

TAU Researchers Find Common Gene Mutation Mechanism in Autism, Schizophrenia

An experimental drug developed at a TAU lab may be suitable for treating a range of rare syndromes that impair brain functions.

Russian Rapper Morgenshtern Appeals Foreign Agent Designation over Ties with Israeli Media Group

His grandfather was Jewish, and even though Morgenshtern is not halakhically Jewish, he has been interested in Judaism and is close to Chabad.

Hebrew U. Study Improves Our Understanding of Human Infertility

The study of zebrafish ovaries discovers new structure vital for normal egg development.

Russian-Israeli Billionaire Yuri Milner Pledges $100 Million to Aid Ukrainian Refugees

On March 24, 2020, Milner published a statement that he is an Israeli citizen and has never met Vladimir Putin.

Bar Ilan U 3D Printing Method to Curb Coral Reef Devastation

"We introduce a novel customizable 3D interface for producing scalable structures, utilizing real data collected from coral ecosystems."

TAU Researchers Found ‘Healthy Weapon’ Against Corona in Cashews, Pumpkins, Peas, Beets

Safe dietary supplements developed at Tel Aviv University might help protect the body against Covid-19 and a range of winter illnesses.

Only 2.9% of Israeli Haredim Work in Hi-Tech But New Initiative Aims to Push...

34% of the Haredim who are interested in working in the field drop out of the preparatory programs.

Hebrew U. 12-Year Study of Street Cats Concludes 70% Must Be Neutered Continuously to...

Reduction of free-roaming cat population requires high-intensity neutering in spatial contiguity to mitigate compensatory effects.

Study Shows 70% Drop in New Israeli Startups Since 2016

The findings could not can validate the claim of increased investor sophistication in identifying early-stage success.

Hackers Hit IDF’s Work Permits Computer, Dispense Papers to Hundreds of PA Arabs

The workers are consequently employed without insurance, the practice poses danger to Israel’s security.

Watch: Israeli Natural Honey Making without the Bees

By isolating the properties of real honey and producing it without the bees, there are more bees left to pollinate plants to their little hearts’ content.

Israel Approves Ambitious Development of Powerful Laser System But Don’t Expect Quick Delivery

The IDF is not planning to replace the existing ground to air systems but only to complement them.

Israeli Navy Completes First ‘C-Dome’ Interceptions from Sa’ar 6 Corvettes

The test consisted of several scenarios, including rockets, cruise missiles, and UAVs.

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