Arab Israeli Conflict
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The goal is to make the growing number of Arab citizens studying at Israeli universities feel more comfortable by making the staff more understanding of where they are coming from.
Ibrahim’s visit was a major setback to opponents in the Arab world of normalization with Israel.
A new summer study abroad program by INSS gives students an in-depth look into Israel's most pressing security concerns.
The initiative is funded by the San Francisco-based Koret Foundation.
By LIDAR GRAVÉ-LAZI
"Pending no significant changes in current human behavior...the combination of a shorter rainy season and a longer dry season may cause a major water problem in Israel and neighboring countries."
By TAMAR BEN-OZER
The latest in scientific and medical innovation.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
A team of astronomers stumbled upon “dark matter” – the most mysterious building block of outer space.
Israeli researchers conduct genetic “barcoding” of nearly all the fish species in the gulf between Eilat and Aqaba.
Identifying the condition promptly can be followed by treatment that saves lives.
This method of brain stimulation is being widely used in a variety of studies dealing with disorders of the nervous system, such as stroke, chronic pain and depression.
A study from Tel Aviv University researchers found that 8 out of 100 smokers who took a smoking cessation medication benefited from the drug after a year.
Jawbone puts Homo sapiens migration 50,000 years earlier, say researchers.
By DANIEL K. EISENBUD
The prestigious awards, each worth $100,000, recognize innovation and excellence of early career scientists and engineers.
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