While transiting from hunting to farming, prehistoric people were strip-mining Kaizer Hill for flint and limestone, say archaeologists.
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They ate plants too but Neanderthals subsisted on animals, leading to liver and kidney enlargement and wider thoraxes, say Tel Aviv University archaeologists.
Technology can bring modern medicine anywhere in the world, if the phone system is working, but humans have to remain in control, says Technion professor Alon Wolf
With an eye on the future, some in China want to shift focus to making smart products not only ‘in China’ but ‘by China’ – and the model is very welcoming of foreign startups.
The coin, only the second known of its kind, was issued as part of a commemorative series by Emperor Trajan, a successor of the founder of the Roman Empire.
Dartmouth study found associations between fetal development and consumption of arsenic, which rice often contains.
Silver-embedded undershorts significantly deflect the mobile phone radiation that can impair sperm. Hope you like earth colors.
The Republican front-runner has looked at this and that deal, which were trumpeted up and down the land but no, he hasn't built the tallest tower in Tel Aviv.
In the heart of the desert, Kibbutz Revivim created a tech incubator: Pick entrepreneurs, lock 'em in a barn for three months, add food, water and mentors, and wait.
Schneller Base was already known to have housed a Second Temple-era Jewish settlement. Now it seems the 10th Roman Legion moved in too.