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Hebrew U’s Dr. Yosef Buganim Awarded for Work in Stem Cells

A potential future use of iPSCs is the creation of whole organs (such as heart, liver or kidney) in a suitable animal model using cells taken from the patient.

Birthright Program Matches Israeli, Foreign 20-Somethings for Business Fellowship

“These ties are translated into viable collaboration and cross-country cooperation."

Israeli Makers of Iron Dome System to Hire 150 Technion Students

Rafael Advanced Defense Systems, makers of the Iron Dome short range missile  defesne and Wind Jacket tank protection systems will hire 150 students from...

Researchers Discover New Mechanism to Activate Immune System Against Cancer

The discovery shows promise for lung cancer and skin cancer (melanoma).

Israeli-Designed $150 Million Dairy Project to Start in South Sudan

The project, one of the largest on the African continent, is expected to include five dairy farms, each housing some 2,000 cows, attached to advanced milking parlors.

Ashdod Teen Wins National Biology Competition at Bar Ilan University

At the conclusion of the competition Bar-Ilan University awarded Shai Nehemia, 16, a full one-year scholarship to the faculty of her choice.

The Last Supermoon of 2014 & 5774

The moon will be 30% brighter and 14% larger looking than usual.

Israel’s NeuroDerm Sold for $1.1B to Japan’s Mitsubishi Tanabe Pharma

“We believe that this transaction will yield important benefits for NeuroDerm’s shareholders and the Parkinson’s disease patients who urgently need new therapies."

Restraining Order Sends Dimona Nuclear Workers Back to Work

News of the strike was not made public until the back-to-work restraining order was issued.

Israeli-Australian Researchers Discover How to Regrow Heart Muscle

Scientists in Israel and Australia have discovered a way to regrow heart muscle cells after a heart attack.
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Beresheet Performed Final Maneuver Before Moon Landing

The maneuver, which was performed at 7:40 pm Israel time, lowered the spacecraft’s altitude in preparation for its landing tomorrow.

Hebrew University Discovery May Revolutionize Chemotherapy

It is a method that delivers chemotherapy drugs directly to malignant cells and bypasses healthy ones.

Elbit’ Heli-ClearVision Suite Offered on Leonardo’s Helicopters

The Heli-ClearVision suite offered on Leonardo commercial helicopters enables pilots to perform missions under adverse weather and bad visibility conditions.

Israeli Scientists Testing Cannabis Treatment for Diabetes

Israeli scientists are testing a new therapy - with cannabis -- for diabetes.

Israel Ranks Among UN’s Top 10 Most Innovative Nations

Israel’s precise place in the 2019 top 10 list has yet to be disclosed — the final results are slated to be unveiled on July 24 at a special event the WIPO will be hosting in New Delhi.

Israeli Riot Dispersing Stink Spray Leaves No Impression on Indians

'Those who can ignore the smell can drink the liquid too,' an Indian official noted.

Israeli Drip Irrigation Company Gives Global Answer to Water Scarcity

Drip irrigation “gives an answer to the most pressing challenges today including water scarcity, arable land, food security, energy, soil degradation etc."

Elbit to Showcase ‘Seagull’ Controlled in Haifa Bay from Singapore via Satellite

The company will present a live demonstration and mission performance of the Seagull™ USV Platform from Singapore, sailing at Haifa Bay.

Plot Thickens in Sony Pictures North Korea Hack Attack Saga

The plot thickens as North Korea's Internet apparently goes offline, and Anonymous hackers enter the Sony cyber saga.

Elbit System Neutralizes Terrorists’ Cellular Communications

Covering the entire cellular spectrum, SigmaCell captures hundreds of devices simultaneously and can be remotely operated via a web-based user interface.

After 2 Failures, Arrow 3 Interceptor ‘Carried Out Its Mission’

The experiment was carried out Monday morning in cooperation with the US Missile Defense Agency. In light of Monday's success, an interception test using a real target will be carried out this year.

Hebrew U Researchers Unveil Long-Lost Human Relative

The researchers came to these conclusions after three years of intense work studying DNA methylation maps.

20 Multinational Corporations to Converge on Israel’s Top Startups

The world’s leading multinational corporations—more than 200—have set up shop in Israel and are looking to invest and do business with startups.

5th International Nanotechnology Conference in Israel

The conference will also have a Nano-Art contest that will exhibit the most beautiful Nano related artwork.

Israel Aerospace Industries Appoints Former US Air Force Lt. Colonel as New CEO for...

"The US represents 75 percent of the global defense market for IAI. We plan to focus and grow within this market."

Elbit Systems to Showcase Advanced Capabilities at Aero India 2017

The operational systems presented at the exhibit are interconnected with training systems, allowing enhanced readiness of all aircrew as well as mission review.

Iran Openly Refuses UN IAEA Inspectors Access to Military Sites

Iranian double talk is clear when a top official praises the nuclear deal but warns of no IAEA inspector access to military sites.

200 Healthy Births in Snow Struck Jerusalem and Tsfat Regions

“Everyone functioned at their best despite all the challenges of the snowstorm, including rescue crews, MDA, and the hospital staff.”

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