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A new research conducted by the Weizmann Institute of Science sheds new light on cell movement.
Zionist leader spoke ‘the minds of millions’ in their desire to return to the Holy Land
The topics to be discussed as part of the “Science on Tap” program include: Why are we so different from each other? Why does God play with the world using dice? Why is a raven like a writing desk?
By JUDY SIEGEL-ITZKOVICH
They call this type of waste “opportunity food loss,” a term inspired by the “opportunity cost” concept in economics that refers to the cost of choosing a particular alternative over better options.
Israeli scientists make a new discovery.
Israeli researchers conduct genetic “barcoding” of nearly all the fish species in the gulf between Eilat and Aqaba.
Further research in this direction could lead to new insights into other disorders that are tied to brain development, including microcephaly, epilepsy and schizophrenia.
A magnificent new Hebrew book in which Rehovot scientists answer questions about the world will soon appear in English.
Under global climate change, the dry, semi-arid regions are expanding into higher latitudes while the temperate, rainy regions are migrating towards the North and South Poles.
Scientists at the Wezimann Institute will continue their experiments, building antibodies based on those of camels and llamas.
Their findings were just published in the prestigious journal Nature Communications.
Exciting new research from one of Israel's top institutes.
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