israeli science

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.

THE 2019 EMET Prize award ceremony.
2020 EMET Prize winners announced

The EMET Prize is known as Israel's Nobel Prize, awarded for excellence which make significant contributions to Israeli society.

The Grosman Building for Geology on BGU's Marcus Family Campus, Beersheba.
Ben Gurion U. ranked in top 15 natural sciences institutions

A total of 133 articles were published by BGU researchers in the year recorded.

A WATERGEN DEVICE takes the air, produces the water, purifies and mineralizes it, then serves it as
Two Israeli companies featured in Time's 100 Best Inventions

The GENNY by Watergen cuts down on plastic waste, as the machine takes water directly from the atmosphere.

Dr. Orna Berry, Israel’s first and only female chief scientist

Shattering glass ceilings and overcoming personal obstacles

Male and Female gender symbols
Why are men more prone to illness than women?

While women are more resistant to infectious diseases, this same reaction may make them more likely to suffer from auto-immune diseases.

Dr. Ahinoam Lev-Sagie
Israeli researchers develop vaginal fluid transplant

In two cases, a single dose of VMT induced a long-lasting and complete remission.

Brain scan
Ben-Gurion University study says 'Havana Syndrome' caused by pesticides

“The study validates the need for us to continue to learn more about the use of pesticides and other toxins.”

The original scan (left) and the areas where information was extracted (in red and green, right) usi
Groundbreaking AI-based cancer treatment developed by Israeli researchers

The new technology allows AI to identify molecular features of cancer cells based on biopsy images.

Cancer Research
Israeli researchers discover how to disable Natural Killer cancer cells

These membrane proteins could provide a target for new treatments.

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