"For each person on the globe, anthropogenic mass equal to more than his or her body weight is produced every week."
For every person alive today, an amount of anthropogenic mass greater than their body weight is made on average every single week.
Researchers say that this might eventually lead to the ability to add scents to photographs or give computers the ability to "smell."
The institute is one of only two institutions outside of the US that made it into the top ten.
The new discovery finds an important factor in the defense system of the bacteria against viral infections.
Acute liver failure progresses rapidly and leads to death in 80% of cases when an emergency transplant is not performed.
The findings from the cave have been dated to between 420,000 and 200,000 years ago, or the Lower Paleolithic period.
In humans virus-fighting enzymes, known as viperins, are released into the bloodstream when the body detects an infection.
The MoU is the first signed between Israeli and UAE higher education bodies, intending to "advance the development and use of artificial intelligence as a tool for progress."