The Jewish Music Days Festival offers an eclectic sweep of sub genres and cultural subtexts
The new technology was developed by researchers at Bar Ilan University
A team of researchers at Bar-Ilan and Tel Aviv universities suggest that changing states of mind is far more important than our personalities for determining our behavior.
The innovative breakthrough is that if you can’t detect it, you can’t steal it.
University president Ari Berman: If antisemitism stays a Jewish problem, it will remain a Jewish problem
The study was published in the journal Evolution Letters, and shows that differing necessities in gender and life can influence using different voices for different reasons.
The brain’s “reward system” is why we find such pleasure in the perfect pair of high heels at 50% off, and still continue shopping for a matching handbag that we might not really need.
Alzheimer's Disease is the most common form of dementia and is characterized by symptoms including memory loss, speech impairments, orientation problems, and an impairment of motor functions.
One in five Israelis thinks killer of Yitzhak Rabin deserves pardon.
Students had been required to sign a statement accepting the requirements and acknowledging that the university operates “in the spirit of the Torah and tradition of Israel.”