Researchers at the Institute for Biological Research say they have produced over 25,000 doses of the experimental coronavirus vaccine, which has now been approved for human trials, to start November 1
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His research has enabled blind people to see using sounds, and allowed hearing impaired people to hear using touch. Leading Israeli brain scientist Amir Amedi is certain that our brain is far more flexible than we think
The acceleration of bubonic plague infection in London over 300 years, to the 17th century, may indicate that the source of infection shifted from rats to ourselves
The technology has emerged on Russian Telegram groups, new report reveals, showing how ‘deep porn’ is no longer just a threat to celebrities and politicians
For many generations, narratives about the origin of life were divided into enemy camps. But perhaps it’s actually the same story, told in two languages?
COVID positive? Do not recite ‘Peter Piper picked a peck of pickled peppers’
Gulf state boosts space program, could become fourth nation in the world to land on the moon
Ryan Murphy’s latest show is less ‘One Flew Over the Cuckoo’s Nest’ prequel and more ‘American Horror Story: Asylum – Redux.’ Avoid this and watch ‘Challenger: The Final Flight’ instead
The agreement is the first of its kind to be signed between two higher education institutes from the UAE and Israel, after the two countries said they would normalize ties a month ago
New tracking system for the world’s largest species of fish reveals at least 18 whale sharks passed through the Gulf of Eilat in last two years
Brock Pierce threw his cowboy hat into the ring the day Kanye West did, and hardly anyone gave him a second look. Does he stand a chance on November 3? And how does he feel about military aid for Israel?
GPT-3 boasts the most advanced algorithm ever created in the realm of AI. I was astonished by what the so-called language model told me about itself – and even more when it answered in my own voice
The Technion researchers’ system still needs improving but could lead to a revolution in data analysis – and of course sports betting
'Approval for the method is a national milestone,' and the country has come to the realization that we need to make use of the most advanced science to handle the coronavirus outbreak, says leading professor
The Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research hopes to shed light on the connection between cancer and inflammation, and maybe find a cure for the coronavirus, too
Floor tiles from house burnt down by the Babylonians 2,600 years ago yield data that could help better understand the erratic behavior of the planetary shield protecting us from cosmic radiation
‘You Nazi!’: The Man Who Wanted the Internet to Stop Invoking Hitler Has a Plan to Save Social Media
Mike Godwin, father of the internet’s most famous adage, says all is not lost for the web, but warns: ‘Never again is not a prediction, it's a moral imperative’
Tel Aviv University’s Prof. Halina Abramowicz spearheading strategy for future of particle physics at CERN, including finding the missing antimatter and building a really, very big collider
Algorithms are taking control of our lives. Will we ever be able to understand how they work?
Chip maker Ramon.Space is the great Israeli hope in the age of ‘New Space’
Israeli researchers dive into the murky world of jellyfish
Agency plans to bring rock samples back to Earth for the first time to be analyzed for evidence that the rocky planet once hosted life
But even countries prepared to invest in the knowledge economy face a shortage of people skilled enough or willing to invest years of study to join a burgeoning field
Global study finds almost no sharks and rays in reefs of six nations; in the Mediterranean their situation is desperate thanks to unchecked overfishing. Only Israel has banned shark and ray fishing entirely
Is the global tech giant's method for deciphering ancient hieroglyphs a groundbreaking development for researchers or just a cute gimmick?
If an asteroid shower hit the Moon, it hit the Earth too, say Japanese scientists. That could even be the elusive catastrophic event leading to planetwide glaciation
The Storegga Slide that washed away the last of Doggerland and smashed into the North Sea coasts triggered not one but three mega-tsunami, says a vast team
Hope Probe was slated to take off from Japan's Tanegashima Space Center for a seven-month journey to the red planet to collect data about the atmosphere
The remains of a tomcat who survived terrible injuries and feasted on meat have been found in an archaeological dig at a Silk Road site
The five senses serve to help us understand the external world. A new study sheds light on a sixth sense and its potentially dramatic implications for the body’s development