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The researchers turned their attention to diagnosing the onset of tuberculosis, caused by bacteria that can hide dormant in the body for years.
Omer Adam entertained thousands of techies who participated in Dell Technologies’ annual technological conference at Expo Tel Aviv at the Tel Aviv Exhibition Grounds.
A talk with Daniel Zajfman, who is concluding 12 years at the helm of the Weizmann Institute.
Its youngest-ever president, he has elevated both its budget and prestige to new heights.
A magnificent new Hebrew book in which Rehovot scientists answer questions about the world will soon appear in English.
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
Under global climate change, the dry, semi-arid regions are expanding into higher latitudes while the temperate, rainy regions are migrating towards the North and South Poles.
Scientists at the Wezimann Institute will continue their experiments, building antibodies based on those of camels and llamas.
Their findings were just published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications.
A great deal of money from various members of the Sieff family went into promoting the Zionist cause and helping the development of Israel before and after statehood.
By GREER FAY CASHMAN
Exciting new research from one of Israel's top institutes.
The research brings together nutrition, technology and science to help athletes.
Israeli scientists at the Weizmann Institute and Hebrew University have made new discoveries.
“Our high place in this index reflects our guiding philosophy, which says that we recruit scientists who are among the best in the world and let them follow their curiosity."
Their findings suggest that green rust was probably a major player in the iron cycle.
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