Israeli Scientists Aim To Mobilize Allergy-Causing Cells To Fight Cancer
Tumors in mice lost half their size when injected with eosinophils, best known for inducing allergies; promising results also seen in human tumor cells in vitro.
September 27, 2021
Israeli Scientists Grow Mouse Embryos Outside The Womb With Innovative Method
Israeli scientists from the Weizmann Institute of Science say the method offers tools for understanding the formation of mammalian organs.
March 24, 2021
Can Solar Energy Be Cleaner? Israeli Researchers Develop Process To Reduce Solar Panel Waste
Solar tech may be revered as the future, but its emission-free functionality overshadows solar panels’ improper disposal when they expire.
January 27, 2021
Three Israeli Researchers Win Top Award For Young Scientists
The laureates of the 2021 Blavatnik Awards in Israel will get $100K each for their work in life sciences, chemistry, and physical sciences.
January 27, 2021
Israeli Researchers Say COVID-19 Vaccine They Developed Proves Effective In Animal Trial
Scientists at the Israel Institute for Biological Research say a single dose was able to protect the hamsters against SARS-CoV-2 and showed "rapid and potent induction of neutralizing antibodies.'
June 23, 2020
Israeli Doctors To Blast Bacteria Into Orbit, Readying For Space-Based Medicine
Scientists will send experiments into space, including a capsule of E. coli, with the hope of overcoming antibiotic-resistant germs and to prepare for space travelers getting sick.
June 21, 2020
Israeli Scientists Submit Patent For Self-Disinfecting, Reusable Mask
The tech, developed at the Technion, is based on an inner layer of carbon fibers which is heated to disinfect the mask, killing any pathogen.
May 25, 2020
Israeli, British Scientists Say Simple Blood Test Could Provide For Better Lung Cancer Screening
A new study finds that a test relying on a DNA repair score could significantly improve current lung cancer risk prediction, assisting early detection.
October 14, 2019
Israeli Scientists Say They Bio-Engineered Model Of ‘Receptive’ Human Uterus
Researchers from Tel Aviv University hope embryos will be able to attach and grow on their bio-engineered uterine wall.
July 15, 2019
Weizmann Institute Ranks 3rd Globally For Scientific Research Quality
The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot came in third globally for research quality in natural science according to a new normalized ranking conducted by the Nature Index 2019. The index is published annually by the peer-reviewed Nature International Journal of Science. The standardized ranking, in which Weizmann ranked 65, draws on both the article […]
June 20, 2019
TAU-Led Team Develops Novel Method For Early Detection Of Parkinson’s
Scientists in Israel, the UK, and Germany say their discovery could introduce treatment that may significantly delay the disease's progression.
June 09, 2019
Israeli Fund Selects 14 Research Teams For $16M Precision Medicine Grants
The Israel Precision Medicine Partnership is set to fund four cohorts of teams over the next several years.
May 26, 2019
Hebrew U’s Yissum Launches Cooperation Centers in US, China, South America
The technology transfer company of the university will be operating in Chicago, Paraguay, and Shenzhen to enable the local adaptation of technologies.
January 24, 2019
Long-Term Use Of Acetaminophen During Pregnancy Linked To Higher Risk Of Autism, ADHD
Israeli researchers find that prolonged prenatal exposure to the pain-relieving ingredient has its risks, but emphasize that the drug is considered safe during pregnancy.
September 23, 2018
Israeli Study On Use Of Probiotics Underlines Need For Personalized Treatment
Weizmann Institute scientists found that in a study in mice and in humans, the effects were not as beneficial as commonly believed, and were even harmful in some cases.
September 09, 2018