Photo Charney School of marine sciences, University of Haifa

Haifa U.: Israel Was Vastly Unprepared for Oil Spill, and Shouldn’t Have Been

Ilana Berman-Frank, Director of The Leon H. Charney School of Marine Sciences at University of Haifa explains how European satellites detected oil on the sea’s surface long...

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Plage d'Ashdod (photo : mairie d'Ashdod)

(Français) Marée noire en Israël : environ 2,6 t. de goudron collectées sur les rives d’Ashdod. Le Minerva Helen est-il en cause ?

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Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week: Eco Wave Power Wins the Global Innovation Award 2021

Eco Wave Power (EWPG Holding AB) a Swedish-Israeli wave energy developer, won the public voting for the Global Innovation Award, in the “Life Under...

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Photo Courtesy Lior Idan

(Français) Marée noire en Israël : un pétrolier grec soupçonné d’avoir causé un désastre environnemental

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(Français) Catalyse : nouveau centre de recherche au Technion (Israël) pour optimiser les processus de production

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Sea Anemone, Credit: Haifa U., Courtesy

Haifa University: Similarities Between Sea Anemones and the Human Brain

Despite an evolutionary gap of 700 million years, a new study undertaken at the University of Haifa found that the GABA neurotransmitter, which plays...

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(Français) Enquête Tipa (Israël) : les consommateurs français sont prêts pour les emballages compostables

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Sampling location adjacent to the Hadera Power Plant. Foraminifera are found in vast numbers attached to macroalgae that cover the hard rock flats at very shallow water depths.   Photo Credit: Prof. Sigal Abramovich

BGU (Israel): Geochemistry of Shells Can Be Used to Monitor Ocean Pollution

Ben-Gurion University of the Negev Department of Earth and Environmental Sciences Prof. Sigal Abramovich has a mission. She wants to convince Israeli and global...

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