A volunteer at Tel Aviv University's I. Meier Segals Garden for Zoological Research blew the whistle on the facility's cruelty to animals. Tell the school to stop mistreating animals... The post Tell Tel Aviv University to Stop Mistreating Animals in Its Labs appeared first on PETA.
Racial prejudice is a major issue in this November's presidential election. A new Tel Aviv University study published in the August 2016 issue of the Journal of School Psychology reports on a new system that creates sustainable tolerance while combatting racism and prejudice.
The split level design of the Lorry Lokey building integrates nature in a number of inventive ways. As the outdoor 'ground floor' serves as a shaded, verdant connection hub between buildings, this open plan will also maximize ventilation from Mediterranean prevailing winds. Show More Summary
Scientists have long known that Algae releases hydrogen during photosynthesis - but only minute quantities for small amounts of time. Now a team of scientists at Tel Aviv University has developed a new strain of super algae that emits five times more hydrogen than normal. Show More Summary
(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A new Tel Aviv University study on women in the workplace finds women are as savvy and exacting as their male counterparts when negotiating with or on behalf of friends.
A new Tel Aviv University study on women in the workplace finds women are as savvy and exacting as their male counterparts when negotiating with or on behalf of friends.
A new Tel Aviv University study on women in the workplace finds women are as savvy and exacting as their male counterparts when negotiating with or on behalf of friends. The study was conducted by Dr. Hilla Dotan of TAU's Coller School of Management and Prof. Show More Summary
PETA filed a formal complaint this morning calling on Israel’s National Council for Animal Experimentation and the U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) to investigate Tel Aviv University for... The post WHISTLEBLOWER PHOTOS SHOW ANIMAL SUFFERING AND DEATH AT TEL AVIV UNIVERSITY appeared first on PETA.
"The stench is unbelievable, more like that of a public rubbish bin than a living space. While attempting to clean … I could not breathe …." The post Whistleblower Reports Suffering and Death at Tel Aviv University appeared first on PETA.
A recent study published by Brazilian researchers from the D'Or Institute for Research and Education (IDOR), Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ), Institute for Research Professor Amorim Neto (IPESQ), alongside Tel Aviv University...Show More Summary
Researchers at Tel Aviv University say theyve found a way to stop the spread of the most deadly kind of skin cancer.
A group of researchers from Tel Aviv University and Harvard University has devised a new non-invasive method to prevent burn scarring caused by the proliferation of collagen cells. They are using short, pulsed electric fields prevent the formation of burn-related hypertrophic scars -- raised tissue caused by excessive amounts of collagen. read more
Tel Aviv scientists develop 'soft robot' metamaterial https://t.co/mhUB4Ftx5J pic.twitter.com/E01LSHitL6 — Haaretz.com (@haaretzcom) July 28, 2016 Scientists from Tel Aviv University have developed a soft, flesh like material that can be “programmed” to produce whatever pattern they would like, according to Haaretz. Show More Summary
When malignant melanoma metastasizes to the brain, it is a death sentence for most patients. Metastatic melanoma is the deadliest of the skin cancers and the mechanisms that govern early metastatic growth and interactions of metastatic cells with the brain microenvironment remain shrouded in mystery. read more
Harvard University archaeologist Lawrence Stager has led the Leon Levy Expedition to Ashkelon since 1985, clocking more than 30 years of excavations in a 150-acre site in the ancient seaport 35 miles south of Tel Aviv, reports the Harvard Gazette. Now, a major find related to the little-known Philistines, some...
The Washington Post reports: ”In the cover story of the latest issue of the Harvard Business Review, sociologists from Harvard University and Tel Aviv University explore the counterintuitive idea that some of the most common tools for improving diversity — one of which is mandatory training — are not just ineffective. Show More Summary
Social media agitation has contributed considerably to the escalation of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, Michal Hatuel-Radoshitzky of Tel Aviv University told Sputnik.
On June 31, Tel Aviv residents stepped out to the annual celebration known to locals as Laila Lavan, literally “White Night”—a uniquely Tel Aviv all-night event featuring concerts, open-air shows, lectures by university professors (as...Show More Summary
This is at the second day of the conference on Sustainable Food Systems, sponsored by The Manna Center Program for Food Safety and Security at Tel Aviv University, the Israeli Forum for Sustainable Nutrition, and NYU’s Global Research Initiatives. The meeting is at Bar Shira Hall at Tel Aviv University (directions are here). The […]
Khaled Makhamri was an excellent student enrolled in university in Jordan on a prestigious governmental scholarship. Now his family is trying to understand why he carried out one of the deadliest attacks in Tel Aviv in years. More than...Show More Summary