The nanosatellite was launched on Saturday evening at 7:36 pm Israel time from the NASA launch facility in Virginia
Until now, the oldest evidence of olive production for eating dated back some 4,000 years
The flint tools in question, which were known as ‘chopping tools’, were found at the prehistoric site of Revadim, located east of Ashdod
The novel “A Girl in a Blue Shirt” by Tel Aviv University Professor, Gabriel Bensimhon, was translated earlier this month By ILANIT CHERNICK In a historic first for Israel-Morocco ties, an Israeli novel has been ...
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.
The UV-LED lights, which eradicated coronavirus in less than 30 seconds, can be installed in air conditioning, vacuum, and water systems
The TAU-SAT1 nanosatellite, which was built by Tel Aviv University, will measure cosmic radiation around the earth
According to the Tel Aviv University team, this could mean that “many of the inhabitants of the kingdom of Judah during that period were able to read and write, with literacy not reserved as an ...
Last month, the Tel Aviv University research team announced that they found metastases can develop when the body is under both physical and psychological stress.