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The Chinese ecommerce giant is opening seven R&D labs around the world including one in Tel Aviv.
The event was hosted in honor of International Women's Day.
Deux géants du e-commerce veulent cueillir les fruits de la créativité israélienne
Their research suggests that earthquakes can be predicted successfully based on electromagnetic radiation.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
The finding, just published in the journal Nature, counters the widespread belief, based on numerous studies, that genetics largely decides the makeup of the human microbiome.
The discovery identifies a new risk group for chronic renal failure, one of the most common diseases in the world.
Innovative Israeli cell therapy could step up treatment of CLI.
By MAAYAN HOFFMAN
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A leading US cardiologist and preventive medicine expert finds in joint research with Israelis that bariatric surgery is safe and preferred for the morbidly obese.
Women who conceived with an IUD were more likely to have one or more adverse outcomes.
A total of 3,340 Israelis with doctoral degrees in a large variety of fields are registered in the academy’s database as applicants for jobs in academia and research institutes in Israel.
Treated excrement from turkeys, chickens and other poultry could provide an alternative energy source.
The use of genetic engineering methods allowed researchers to express the PIGU protein in resistant cancer cells and lab animals and succeeded in restoring sensitivity to iodine therapy.
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