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Mount Adir, in the upper Galilee
Bar-Ilan initiative aims to address health needs in disadvantaged Galilee

The incubator's efforts to bring greater health care to the Galilee are important, as the region has been known to lack many of the health services available to Israelis living in the center.

Yoaz Hendel visits Bar-Ilan U., presented with latest 5G technology

Hendel arrived at Bar-Ilan as a guest of the university's Center for Smart Cities, which views advanced technologies and 5G specifically as an important national project.

Human brain
Frustrated? Human patterns of synchronization may be the reason - study

Using an ensemble of 16 violinists, the researchers investigated human synchronization for the first time in a measurable and accurate way.

In Hasmonean times, lamps and burials became a symbol of Jewish identity

Archaeological findings indicate a concentration of the phenomena in the region of Jerusalem and the Judean hills.

Bar Ilan University, engineering department
Bar-Ilan's on-chip memory tech ranks in top 3 ventures in Swiss contest

Currently, the amount of embedded memory on most chips would typically reach hundreds of megabits. This can often account for up to 75% of the total chip area.

Graduate students from India make it back to Israel on a special flight

The group of some 100 students landed Tuesday at Ben Gurion Airport after the Interior Ministry had approved their entry into the country at the request of the Council for Higher Education

Sheikh, rabbi hope baseless love, joint fast will stop COVID-19

Jewish Tisha Be’av, Muslim Arafah fast days fall on same day Thursday

Vitamin D laying on the table with prescription bottle behind them.
Insufficient vitamin D increases risk of severe COVID-19, says new study

Vitamin D has long been understood to impact immune response.

PROF. TALMA HENDLER, founding director of the Sagol Brain Institute in Tel Aviv, examines a patient
Israeli scientists' new method improves brain function in elderly

The study found an improvement in the cognitive function in areas including attention, information processing speed, executive function, all of which typically decline with age

Bar-Ilan University hones the power of multiple magnetic states

These types of advancements could be used towards storing data, magnetic sensing as well as neuromorphic computing.

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