Walmart Acquires Memomi, The ‘Virtual Try-On’ Startup
The Israeli-founded optical tech startup develops virtual try-on services and uses AI to analyze the shape of customers’ faces.
July 03, 2022
The ‘Memory’ Of Starvation Stays In Your Genes For Three Generations, Tel Aviv Researchers Show
Only one eighth of the world's population knows what it means to suffer from starvation, but according to new research from Tel Aviv University, the children, grandchildren and great-grandchildren of starving people continue to inherit these 'starvation' genes.
August 04, 2014
Sleep Deprivation Reduces Risk Of Trauma
Israeli researchers found that sleep deprivation after exposure to a traumatic event may prevent or reduce the risk of trauma. Withholding sleep after a stressful event interferes with the consolidation of traumatic memories.
July 11, 2012
Peer Pressure Can Change Your Memories, Study Shows
False memories planted in your brain because of peer pressure are so strong that they could fool a lie detector, according to new Israeli research. Scientists from the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot have conducted experiments showing how easy it is to plant false memories - using social pressure.
July 23, 2011