Maya Stemmer
Photo Credit: Pablo Arkoshin

BGU: engineers develop method to analyze social media messages posted by chronically ill patients to glean insights for medicine

Like most of the rest of humanity, chronically ill patients have taken to social media to discuss or chronicle their illnesses. However, there is...

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Pr Hagai Levine

looming crisis: follow-up study shows significant decline in sperm counts globally, including latin america, asia and africa

An international team led by Professor Hagai Levine of Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Hadassah Braun School of Public Health, with Prof. Shanna Swan at the...

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Plage de Ashdod - Israël (crédit photo M. Ouaki)

TAU stydy: about two tons of microplastics on Israel’s beaches

The Israeli coastline is contaminated with over two tons of microplastics. The most polluted Israeli beaches are in Tel Aviv and Hadera. The study’s...

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Le vecteur de la leishmaniose est un petit diptère, le phlébotome. Photo : Blass.com.au

ERC awards for Bar-Ilan U., Weizmann, Institut Pasteur for study of genomic instability associated with parasitic diseases and cancer

The European Research Council (ERC) has awarded a Synergy Grant of 8.6 million euro to Institut Pasteur, Bar-Ilan University, and the Weizmann Institute of...

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Prof. Carmit Lévy (à g.) et Dr. Yiftach Gepner

(Français) Université de Tel-Aviv : le sport peut vaincre le cancer

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Pr Michael Edelstein

Bar Ilan U.: Vaccines dramatically reduce the risk of long-term effects of COVID-19

Being vaccinated with at least two doses of Pfizer vaccines dramatically reduces most of the long-term symptoms individuals reported months after contracting COVID-19, a...

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Refuge climatique à Barcelone - Courtesy of Barcelona City Council

(Français) Technion (Israël) : créer des abris climatiques et générer de l’ombre pour les piétons

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Dr. Karina Golberg

BGU: a phytochemical derived from broccoli be the answer to antibiotic resistant pathogens

Antibiotic resistant bacterial pathogens are increasingly playing a role in rising illness and preventing wound healing, especially in hospitals. While more and more pathogens...

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