Private experts say Israel's methods are enough to provide often basic alerts regarding potential attackers, then require follow-up investigation.
Plenty of people without a family history of breast cancer turn out to have BRCA mutations. Not just Ashkenazis but everybody should be screened, says U.S.-Israeli forum of doctors.
A new study at Israel’s Technion shows how arousal of the brain’s reward center stimulates the immune system to fight more effectively.
With his successful model, Prof. Izhar Bar-Gad is at the forefront of the shift in how the scientific community examines the oft-misunderstood syndrome.
Melanoma patients who also have red hair and freckles variant gene have a higher probability of mutated tumor cells.
Not only are there more lizards than we'd known about, there are even more elephants, but it's actually bad news.
The spacecraft needed to be precisely positioned, ignite its main engine at exactly the right time and keep it firing for 35 minutes to become only the second spacecraft to orbit Jupiter.
Technology used in the oil industry helps find the tunnel at the site where the Nazis killed around 100,000 people, 70,000 of them Jews.
A prototype built by researchers at the University of Southampton shows that membrane wings can have improved aerodynamic properties and fly over longer distances on less power.
Aiming to save water as a climate change-driven drought savages parts of the country, thirteen small farms will get the drip technology, made by the Israeli company Netafim.
Nature and Environment
Tel Aviv launches program to encourage restaurants to reduce damage to environment.