Spiderman, stand down: The tiny but lavishly endowed arthropod also has silk-secreting hairs and squirts something from nozzles on each body segment.
Robots with one motor hadn't been thought capable of moving anywhere but straight, until Ben-Gurion University invented a simulated cockroach.
Decreasing oxygen levels could reduce symptoms of jet lag, a new Weizmann Institute of Science study shows.
Study also shows that youth of 'Western origin' are more likely than others to suffer from celiac, an autoimmune disorder that interferes with the absorption of nutrients.
Israeli team's genetic engineering technology, called Plasticure, targets mainly polyethylene terephthalate, the most common thermoplastic polymer resin used in fibers for clothing, bottles and food containers.
Plants can't thrive beyond their naturally optimal range. Now apricots and other crop foods are being manipulated to thrive where they couldn't even grow before.
Paradigm changer? After treatment, mice with 'bad' Alzheimer gene identify Coke bottles and perform other stunts, say Tel Aviv University scientists.
The Japanese biologist work on autophagy (aw-TAH'-fuh-jee) may be harnessed in the fight against cancer, Alzheimer's and other diseases.
Anonymous staffer says Apple's next phone, which is reportedly being made in Herzliya, will be significantly different from the last few iPhone models.
Four experts at the Technion devise a step toward production of a quantum computer, in research recently published in the prestigious journal, Science.
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Transportation companies and businesses dependent on truck deliveries will want the restrictions watered down as much as possible.