KKL-JNF takes the lead in International Clean Up Day 2013 and organizes clean-up crews for Israel’s forests, open spaces and communities.
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Oxytocin improves men’s ability to identify competitive relationships and helps women to recognize kinship, according to Israeli study.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev research finds drivers engrossed in a song tend to speed, tailgate, switch lanes carelessly and perform one-handed driving.
WHO approves Israeli nonsurgical circumcision method to combat HIV and infectious diseases in widespread prevention program.
14 riders from the global Longboard Girls Crew are in town to promote gender equality in sport, stoke and peace.
27-year-old Technion PhD co-created groundbreaking Microsoft’s data-mining disaster-prediction software.
Tel Aviv University researcher says cost-effective radio wave measurement can be a valuable contribution to the ongoing effort to track climate change.
Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Weizmann Institute of Science and Technion – Israel Institute of Technology listed in the annual ARWU global survey.
TAU graduates rank amid most successful at securing American funding for new companies, according to new data.
Rehovot-based medical device startup among world’s top companies hoping to create affordable, personalized healthcare through sophisticated sensing technologies.