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Does this end the saga or will she appeal to High Court?
Yesterday, the High Court of Justice froze Alqasem's deportation.
After refusing to write a letter of recommendation for a student to study abroad in Israel, the University of Michigan is sanctioning the professor.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
A joint project between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found a protein circuit that can target cancerous cells and leave healthy ones alone.
The Jerusalem-based team looked for ways to integrate all system components, including light sources and detectors, on-chip at the nanoscale.
Adding a dimension ... or two
“Our faculty is unique," Ben-Yehuda said, "Only with the cooperation of all sectors can we train the next generation."
The innovative work pays tribute to Einstein.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
Obesity can cause structural and functional changes in the kidneys, which may help explain why individuals with obesity face much higher risk of chronic kidney disease and kidney failure.
Israeli scientists at the Weizmann Institute and Hebrew University have made new discoveries.
Hebrew University study says information on the epidemic was at too high a reading level.
The breakthrough in Jerusalem may help doctors around the globe detect genetic abnormalities early.
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