Researchers at Tel Aviv University say there’s ‘increased awareness of the damage caused by the dairy industry to the environment and human health worldwide and this has inspired many to search for milk substitutes’ By ...
Prof. Neta Erez and Prof. Tal Pupko have won the prestigious 2020 Nature Research Awards for Mentoring in Science, awarded by the Springer Nature Group, the publisher of the world-renowned journal ‘Nature.
BlueGreen Water Technologies CEO and co-founder Eyal Harel explained that ‘toxic algal blooms present an immediate and present danger to the environment, to health and to the economy.’
The team from the University of Haifa's Zinman Institute of Archeology explained that the stone was found on Mount Carmel and is believed to date back 350,000 years
The UV-LED lights, which eradicated coronavirus in less than 30 seconds, can be installed in air conditioning, vacuum, and water systems
Find solves 86-year-old archeological mystery; small number of ancient ceramic oil lamps decorated with distinctively Jewish symbols such as the shofar, incense burner and seven-branched menorah
The ancient Pilgrimage Road once served as the main route for pilgrims walking from the Pool of Siloam, where Jews going to the Temple would ritually purify themselves traveling to the holy site, during the ...
‘Isresilience; What Israelis Can Teach The World’ aims to give readers an inside look at the resilience of Israel’s diverse population and inspire them to find the keys to resilience inside themselves
This is only the second time that a menorah has been discovered on a Jewish tomb from the period preceding the Bar-Kokhba revolt