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The Mossad hardly ever confirms its operations, which the prime minister must approve.
George Smith is not Jewish, but he is a member of the pro-BDS Jewish Voices for Peace and has written for an anti-Israel website.
“We are happy to add this important capability to our All-in-One (AI1) package and add more value to busy radiology departments,” said Zebra CEO and co-founder Eyal Gura.
Now, the team is trying to better understand what they found and its practical implications.
By MAAYAN JAFFE-HOFFMAN
Sonarax unveiled on Wednesday what it describes as "a new standard" in machine-to-machine connectivity, allowing devices to communicate with one another using sound waves.
By EYTAN HALON
NeuroSense is planning to commence clinical trials later this year in the United States and Israel.
Israeli researchers were able to recreate water conditions at a hi-tech aquarium facility in Eilat, imitating oceanic conditions.
By YAFIT OVADIA
At a workshop in Tel Aviv, the country’s brightest face a hard choice. Can they bring home the skills they have acquired?
By HAGAY HACOHEN
These three new clusters are noteworthy due to their age and deficiencies in metal-like substances.
Author-scientist team up with SpaceIL to create children's book.
By BEN BRESKY
Researchers at the Faculties of Biology and Computer Science at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa have engineered a new drug that combines several different strains of antibiotics.
The projects are expected to generate revenues of NIS 20 million per year.
"The huge cost, time and material needed for gigantic traditional optical space telescopes with large curved mirrors can be slashed."
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