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Israeli startup introduces tech that can detect coronavirus in cars

The system by Crispify alerts drivers to dangerous pollutants in real-time, and predicts their reappearance in the future, reportedly destroying 99.9% of various viruses, including coronavirus.

Tel Aviv University scientists win 2020 Nature Research Awards

Three professors have been chosen this year to receive the prestigious mentoring award, which is usually given to a different country each year.

Masks are much more likely to disrupt facial perception - study

Ben-Gurion University researchers conduct a recent study that evaluates how masks disrupt facial recognition and perception.

Dr Raz Bar-Ziv

ScienceAbroad to hold first online symposium

Israeli talents living abroad will present their findings to 300 scientists here.

TAU prof. receives rare, unrestricted grant of $2.5 mil

"The Polymaths Award is different. They tell you: 'Here are the resources. Do something completely new, take risks. Investigate wild ideas.'"

A woman reacts as a doctor wearing a protective glove takes a swab to test for coronavirus disease

Do you need to get tested for COVID-19? A new survey could tell you

The survey, available online in both Hebrew and English, consists of three questions: gender, age and what symptoms (if any) are being experienced.

15/10/2020
Izhar Shay

Israeli, Emirati technology ministers discuss possible joint projects

"The entire world has its eyes on us. Together, we'll show them how this new kind of peace looks like."

Professor Noam Eliaz at work

National Academy of Inventors grants Israeli prof. senior membership

Professor Noam Eliaz is the first Israeli to be designated as a senior member and was one of just three Israelis to join the academy.

A microscope photograph of an epidermis in the laboratory at the Institute for Stem cell Therapy and

Nature provides inspiration for researchers developing selective membranes

Current synthetic membranes are effectively microscopic sieves, but Technion researchers hope that in the future they will be able to choose which molecules to let through.

New Knesset member Izhar Shay poses for a picture at the Knesset, on April 29, 2019

Science Minister Izhar Shay quarantined after aide gets COVID-19

Shay had just finished speaking at a memorial ceremony for murdered soldier Amit Ben Yigal when he got the results.

10/06/2020
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