Report: 'Tel Aviv University received finances from settler group' IMEMC 14 June -- [Thursday June 13 2013] The Arabs48 News Website has reported that the Tel Aviv University is cooperating with right wing settler groups involved in excavations in Silwan … Continue reading ?
The exposure of the PRISM data-collection program might not fall squarely under the heading of the 3rd Annual International Cyber Security Conference, which concluded Wednesday at Tel Aviv University. The secret data-collection program, by which U.S. Show More Summary
Here's a cool new video from University of New Mexico - Students for Justice in Palestine asking Alicia Keys to cancel her upcoming concert in Tel Aviv - "This film is inspired by the Palestinian women who everyday nonviolently resist the illegal occupation of their land."
The shores of the Sea of Galilee, located in the North of Israel, are home to a number of significant archaeological sites. Now researchers from Tel Aviv University have found an ancient structure deep beneath the waves as well. read more
For the second time in two years, students at Tel Aviv University (TAU) commemorating the 1947-49 Palestinian expulsion and the destruction of villages were met with a counter-protest. At last year's event over 1,000 amassed on campus, ending in clashes incited by members of Knesset. Show More Summary
Oh no, how are we going to oppose the charge of Zionist colonialism now? There's a team working 'in a shabby Tel Aviv University building' on the project of an Israeli moon landing.
The following is an article from The Annals of Improbable Research. by Ami Ben-Bassat, Israel Revital Ben-David-Zaslow, Department of Zoology, Tel Aviv University Shimon Schocken, EfiArazi School of Computer Science, IDC Herzliya, IsraelYossi Vardi, Israel Figure 1. Show More Summary
Collecting neurons from the nose could be a fast way to test for schizophrenia, a debilitating mental illness that is often difficult to diagnose. This was the finding of a new study led by researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel. Show More Summary
Researchers from Harvard and Tel Aviv Universities published a paper arguing that the upcoming James Webb Space Telescope could be used to look at supposedly "dead" star-systems, and they think that doing so could finally lead us to proof of life elsewhere in the universe.
Researchers from Tel Aviv University describe experiments that could lead to a new approach for treating Parkinson's disease (PD) using a common sweetener, mannitol. This research was presented at the Genetics Society of America's 54th Annual Drosophila Research Conference in Washington D.C., April 3-7, 2013. Show More Summary
Washington, D.C. – (April 6, 2013) — Researchers from Tel Aviv University describe experiments that could lead to a new approach for treating Parkinson's disease (PD) using a common sweetener, mannitol. This research is presented today at the Genetics Society of America's 54th Annual Drosophila Research Conference in Washington D.C., April 3-7, 2013. read more
Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei holds an AK47 as he leads Friday prayers at the University of Tehran October 13, 2006. Ayatollah Khamenei announced today that if Israel did a “damn thing” the Islamic Republic would raze Tel Aviv … Continue reading ?
Psychologists have traditionally characterized compulsive gambling as an "impulse control disorder," and treated it by addressing the patient's obsessive tendencies. But according to Prof. Pinhas Dannon of Tel Aviv University's Sackler Faculty of Medicine and the Beer Yaakov Mental Health Center, not all pathological gamblers fit the same profile. read more
If your job burns you out, it looks like your heart health can suffer as well as your mental health, according to a study by researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel reported in the journal Psychosomatic Medicine. In their...Show More Summary
Burned out on your job? You may have a higher risk of heart disease. A new study from Tel Aviv University linked job burnout with coronary heart disease (CHD), a buildup of plaque in the arteries which can lead to heart attacks and other heart problems. Show More Summary
Dr. Sharon Toker of Tel Aviv University has found a link between job burnout and coronary heart disease (CHD), the buildup of plaque in the coronary arteries that leads to angina and heart attacks. She says that her findings were more extreme than she expected and make burnout a stronger predictor of CHD than many other risk factors.
Lower back pain is a common complaint, and treatment often requires many hours of physical therapy over multiple weekly clinic visits - a costly commitment. Now Dr. Michal Katz-Leurer of Tel Aviv University's Stanley Steyer School of...Show More Summary
Lower back pain is a common complaint, and treatment often requires many hours of physical therapy over multiple weekly clinic visits — a costly commitment. Now Dr. Michal Katz-Leurer of Tel Aviv University's Stanley Steyer School of...Show More Summary
Last week while in Israel I spoke with Professor Eyal Zisser, Dean, Faculty of Humanities at Tel Aviv University about key national security issues and America's role in the Middle East. Professor Zisser is one of the foremost analysts on Syria and Middle East security. Here is a portion of our conversation.
In this issue of the Journal of Clinical Investigation, Karen Avraham and colleagues at Tel Aviv University identified a genetic mutation in two families with hereditary high frequency hearing loss. The mutated gene, which has not previously been linked to hearing loss, encodes NESP4, a protein that is expressed in the outer nuclear membrane (ONM) of the hair cells of the ear...