The space agency represents Israel in the field, but suffers from budget issues and uses the help of external contractors. Is the Israeli NASA still soaring high despite these hurdles?
Science & Technology
At some point the sea snails found 7,500 meters beneath Pacific surface will get real nomenclature, but for now science just calls them Pink, Purple and Blue
The stone with the elaborate hashtag, drawn using the world’s first pencil 73,000 years ago, was found in the same layer with shell beads and abstract engravings
The reason psychoactive drugs are banned is strictly cultural, says neurobiologist Dr. Ido Magen from the Weizmann Institute of Science. We need to free ourselves from the dichotomy between drugs and medications
Researchers are seeking permission to conduct the first clinical trials on humans after the drug dramatically shrank tumors in mice
The resignation of two German scientists from the German-Israeli Foundation for Scientific Research strengthens the conclusion that minister Akunis is causing damage to Israeli science
90,000-year-old bone from teenage daughter of Neanderthal mother, Denisovan father shows not only that they mixed, but that they apparently did so frequently
The Tel Aviv University researcher says the chip system will obviate the need for many types of experiments on animals or human beings
A nature museum without extensive coverage of the theory is a phenomenon unique to this country
A new AI program claims it can fix Wikipedia’s gender bias by identifying – and writing articles about – deserving female scientists. But does data contain its own bias?