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Coronavirus hackathon offers innovative solutions to harsh restrictions

Remote work, fake news and the education system are just a few key issues participants were asked to face in a hackathon to deal with coronavirus challenges.

U.S. financier Jeffrey Epstein (C) appears in court where he pleaded guilty to two prostitution char

Director of MIT's Media Lab steps down in wake of Jeffrey Epstein revelations

"Because the accusations in the (New Yorker) story are extremely serious, they demand an immediate, thorough and independent investigation."


7 Benefits Of Using an Essay Writing Service

A list of the benefits that you’ll get when using an essay writing service.


First Arab-Israeli appointed chairman of Bank Leumi

Many people have taken to social media to congratulate Haj Yehia for his position and to congratulate him on his promotion.

Prof. Yaffa Zilbershats

Creating a campus fit for the future

With access to information no longer limited to the boundaries of academic institutions, universities are among those most deeply impacted by the digital revolution.


Lockheed Martin, MIT launch fund to foster Israeli research partnerships

The MIT-Lockheed Martin Seed Fund, which will also operate in Germany during its pilot period, will be sponsored by Lockheed Martin to the value of $150,000.

Dr. Yuval Tabach and Doron Stop

Protein to attack cancer cells developed by MIT, Hebrew U.

A joint project between the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and the Massachusetts Institute of Technology found a protein circuit that can target cancerous cells and leave healthy ones alone.

Les lois de pureté à l’ère 2.0

Quand une diplômée du MIT met ses compétences au service de la pratique religieuse

By Rivkah Lambert Adler
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