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Boris Mints Institute to inaugurate Matanel Garden, part of TAU’s ‘Green Naftali Project'

The project is intended to make the Naftali Building energy-neutral with zero carbon footprint, water neutral and waste neutral | Watch live on October 17 at 5 p.m. IST.

Israeli researchers find 'double-agent' cells that fight brain cancer - study

The findings of the study showed that there are immune system cells that, despite the fact that their primary function is to attack and kill the cancer cells, actually act as “double agents."

Israeli universities revving up for student race car competition

The inaugural Israeli Formula SAE Race, slated for October 20-21, will feature The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Tel Aviv University, and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

What is the biological process behind the feeling of empathy? - study

The study, led by TAU's Dr. Inbal Ben Ami Bartal, studied the process inside a rat's brain during situations of distress.

New study shines light on how seahorses catch prey

Seahorses, despite being relatively poor swimmers, can move their heads at the speed of 0.002 seconds to capture prey.

Your guide to studying in Israel from TAUi student Kyle Desrosiers

"I've learned so many things, and of course some of it is what I expected but a lot of it is not what I expected."

What were Israel's archaeological advances during COVID?

A 6,000-year-old skeleton of a child, a near-3,000-year-old natural disaster and ancient churches, including advancements in the legendary Dead Sea Scrolls, are among this year's finds.

White blood cells can help destroy cancer cells - Israeli study

Eosinophil cells produce destructive proteins on their own, while at the same time summoning the immune system's cancer-fighting T-cells, according to the researchers.

Could oxygen therapy reverse Alzheimer’s disease?

The study, which combined the use of HBOT in the treatment of animals genetically engineered to develop Alzheimer’s and a group of individuals over the age of 65 who were already having memory loss.

Dan David Prize relaunches, now the world's largest history award

Starting in 2022, the Dan David Prize will award $3 million annually to early- and mid-career scholars and practitioners who study humanity's past.

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