A group of Israeli scientists recently announced that they believe that they have solved a mystery about the color of the oceans. For centuries, this topic has been examined by Jewish mystics and some of them have predicted that the color would change in order to usher in the Messianic era and the Third Temple.
The new computer will make possible a slew of applications, from designing unbreakable codes and predicting market fluctuations to accelerating the development of new drugs, materials and artificial intelligence systems.
HEX was previously suggested to be a “social buffering” chemosignaling agent – for example, it reduces stress in mice when excreted by their fellow cagemates – but the question of whether it plays a similar role in humans was unknown.
New versions of light-sensitive proteins could illuminate the dark corners of our brain’s communication pathways
It was the mosquito rhodopsin that turned out to be the most suitable. To evaluate the efficacy of the new mosquito-derived tool, the researchers tested their method against a drug that is known to reduce the strength of the communication between neurons in the brain.
Now, researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot say that understanding the connection could lead to a new search for the causes of unexplained spontaneous miscarriage in humans.
Research Institutions in Israel and the United Arab Emirates Jump to Collaborate Even Before Official Normalization Ceremony
Next week, a delegation headed by Chen is expected to travel to Abu Dhabi to finalize the details of the MoU and discuss its implementation.
ULTRASAT will carry a telescope designed to observe the universe as it has not been seen it before and operate in a range of light that is normally invisible to us (ultraviolet) with a very large field of view.
A new treatment for prostate cancer in men who don’t want to undergo radical surgery because of the side effects and are afraid to just remain under their doctor’s observation has been developed by Israeli scientists.
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel have launched a clinical study among Israeli Hebrew speakers only to attempt to predict diseases before they appear in a patient.
Two South Korean firms have decided to invest $12 million in companies based on research carried out at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel.