The system, developed by Ben-Gurion University of the Negev, filters out wrong instructions from computers to medical devices.
The research, published in science journal Nature Sustainability, evaluated several recent studies on coronaviruses in wastewater, including SARS and MERS.
Though the findings are significant in their own right, they also have implications for the future of human longevity, and could help fight obesity, diabetes and even cancer.
More than 50 scientists from across the university's departments joined forces to develop novel solutions to medical and social problems caused by the pandemic.
As explained in an article recently published by 'Nature Microbiology,' the group managed to identify the functionality of fish's core microbiomes
Carbon-containing waste has presented an increasingly problematic challenge for industrialized societies
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Employment is the first consideration of young adults when choosing where to live, said Tamar Gil Menachem, Deputy CEO of the Lauder Center for Employment in the Negev.
New research study from BGU’s National Autism Research Center of Israel finds brain waves of children with autism are shallower
A total of 133 articles were published by BGU researchers in the year recorded.