Perhaps the biggest festive miracle is that our hearts survive the fried doughball experience that is the sufganiya. Our waists and thighs may not be so lucky.
Dr. Karina Yaniv, a chemist and biologist conducting groundbreaking research in embryonic development, tackles the mother of all questions: When does life begin?
Albert Einstein’s refusal to contain himself within the confines of science enabled him to become not just a pioneering physicist, but a cultural phenomenon crossing genres and mediums.
They would rather be having sex, but when necessary, bonobos are capable of complex planning - and fashioning a tool of war, Israeli scientist discovers.
Rehabilitated but disabled after migration injuries, the two imperial eagles and booted eagle are being sent to Liberec Zoo, hopefully to breed.
He used metaphors to explain his theory to the general public, and invited them to participate in the thinking process. The head of the Einstein Center in Jerusalem explains how Einstein made his work accessible to the masses, and how he became a brand name.
Why did Einstein develop the theory? What is its actual significance? And what does all this have to do with black holes? Profs. Zohar Komargodski and Ofer Aharony explain Einstein’s theory.
The birds do brilliantly at analysis of tissue specimens, but are lousy at distinguishing scans of benign lumps from potentially bad ones. Shame, that.
Domestic turkeys originated from Mexican wild bird thousands of years ago, but now, like the Cavendish banana, they could become vulnerable to extinction.
Population growth coupled with unsurvivable climate change could lead to the biggest migration in human history, warns Prof. Arnon Soffer.
Nature and Environment
Moshav resident first spotted one of the red-eyed species digging a nest on a mound of earth near her home.