A cure for leukemia may lie in an innovative and targeted form of stem cell treatment currently being developed in Israel.
The satellite will help a farmer see the spatial and temporal changes of crops in the entire field, and on an intra-field scale of small plots as well.
It will provide access to research for scholars seeking new treatment methods, create shared national databases and distribute information to decision-makers, health-care professionals and the general public.
If Dr. Lichtenstein’s research pans out, patients with Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s might also benefit.
A BGU scientist says that a critical eye can have advantages, but too much self-criticism can lead to devastating consequences.
Who says you can't fix a broken heart?