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Microsoft Ventures invests in next-generation IoT technologies at Tel Aviv University

The global consortium Israel IoT Innovations-i3 Equity Partners (i3) has established an investment vehicle at Tel Aviv University to develop next-generation IoT and Industrial IoT technologies. The consortium includes Microsoft Ventures and other IoT leaders like GE Ventures, HNA EcoTech, Qualcomm Ventures and Tata. Show More Summary

Global Internet of Things consortium establishes investment vehicle at Tel Aviv University

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) The global Israel IoT Innovations-i3 Equity Partners (i3) consortium has established an investment vehicle at Tel Aviv University. The initial sum of $20 million will help to develop next-generation IoT (Internet of Things) and IIoT (Industrial Internet of Things) technologies.

'Nice' women earn less than their more assertive counterparts

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A new study from Tel Aviv University finds that the nicer, or more agreeable, a woman is at work, the lower her salary is likely to be.

Discovery of neurotransmission gene may permit early detection of Alzheimer's disease

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A new Tel Aviv University study has identified a gene coding for a protein that turns off neurotransmission signaling, which contributes to Alzheimer's disease. The discovery could lead to a new diagnostic blood test and therapeutics.

Combined training may prevent falls associated with Parkinson's and other disorders

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A combination of virtual reality and treadmill training may prevent dangerous falls associated with aging, Parkinson's disease, cognitive impairment and/or dementia, according to a new Tel Aviv University study.

Tiny Microalgae Could Lead Hydrogen Economy

New research from Tel Aviv University demonstrates the potential for industrial-scale hydrogen production from a renewable resource: microalgae.

Harnessing algae for the creation of clean energy

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) Researchers at Tel Aviv University have revealed how microalgae produce hydrogen, a clean fuel of the future, and suggest a possible mechanism to jumpstart mass production of this environmentally friendly energy source.

Harnessing algae for the creation of clean energy

Researchers at Tel Aviv University have revealed how microalgae produce hydrogen, a clean fuel of the future, and suggest a possible mechanism to jumpstart mass production of this environmentally-friendly energy source. Their results have been published in back-to-back studies in Plant Physiology and Biotechnology for Biofuels.

Tel Aviv University's Professor Illana Gozes receives top RARE gene award

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) Tel Aviv University's Professor Illana Gozes was awarded the 2016 RARE Champion of Hope -- Science International Prize by Global Genes, a leading global advocacy non-profit organization for patients and families fighting rare and genetic diseases.

Neural membrane's structural instability may trigger multiple sclerosis

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) Tel Aviv University researchers have discovered an immune system mechanism that may lead to multiple sclerosis.

Stopping breast cancer metastasis in its tracks

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A new Tel Aviv University study finds that combining genetic therapy with chemotherapy delivered to a primary tumor site is extremely effective in preventing breast cancer metastasis.

Enzyme treatment of gene may reverse effects of Alzheimer's

(American Friends of Tel Aviv University) A Tel Aviv University study suggests a new target for Alzheimer's research: the APOE gene, which has two forms: a healthy form called APOE3 and a disease-related pathological form called APOE4. They have developed a novel mechanism and approach with which to convert the 'bad' APOE4 to the 'good' APOE3.

Space Wars Will Be Fought With Hacks, Not Lasers -- “Space and Cyberspace are Becoming Fields of Warfare Equivalent to Land, Sea and Air”

“Space systems are symbols of national power and this makes them appealing targets,” said Deganit Paikowsky, a space policy researcher at Tel Aviv University.. “Harmful activity is to be expected in the intersection between cyber and space.” “Space and cyberspace...

Tell Tel Aviv University to Stop Mistreating Animals in Its Labs

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.

Curriculum based on direct contact, mutual respect and empathy exercises is "hate-preventative," say researchers

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.

New lush green "ground floor" to welcome Tel Aviv University students by 2019

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

New strain of algae produces five times more hydrogen fuel

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

Battle of the sexes? Not when negotiating with friends

(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.

Study finds women achieve better results when negotiating 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.

Battle of the sexes? Not when negotiating with 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

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