'Start Up Nation' Takes Innovation to the Developing WorldUnique competition finds Israeli entrepreneurs willing to use hi-tech expertise to help the world's poorest countries.
Expert: EU Uproar Over 'Settlements' SnowballingAvi Primor, a former ambassador who is now a professor at Tel Aviv University, insists that boycott movement is a worsening trend.
Israeli Study Introduces New Options For Brain Damage TreatmentTel Aviv University study finds hyperbaric oxygen treatment can greatly increase a patient's cognitive ability.
TAU Study Links Empire Collapse, Climate ChangeTel Aviv researchers say Sea of Galilee find shows ancient empires died out because of cold to the north.
Three Israeli Universities Ranked Among Top 200In a table comparing universities globally, three Israeli universities feature in the top 200.
TAU Scientists Improve Transplants with a ‘Heart of Gold’Israeli scientists are integrating cardiac cells with nanofibers made of gold particles to create new cardiac tissues for transplants.
Israel is #1 in Preventing BlindnessThe rates of preventable blindness in Israel have been cut by more than half in the past decade, putting Israel in first place worldwide.
Artificial Sweetener May Lead to New Parkinson's TreatmentThe artificial sweetener "mannitol" may prevent the collection of toxins in the brain, and lead to a new treatment for Parkinson's disease.
Ancient Structure Found Under Sea of GalileeUnderwater archaeologists have found an ancient structure built from large basalt stones, under the Sea of Galilee, Lake Kinneret.
Israeli Students Mourn Establishment of IsraelA group of Arab and Jewish students protested against the “nakba" at Tel Aviv University, and were countered by pro-Israel protesters
Video: Zionist Student Protest Counters Pro-Arab DemonstrationArabs and leftists held a protest outside the Tel Aviv University in support of the terrorists in Israeli jails. Zionist students responded.
TAU Research Team Discovers New Treatment for StrokeResearchers Tel Aviv University have found a new treatment for stroke and other brain damage that can help even months after the event.
Israeli Researchers Say Fish Oil Helps Heal BedsoresIsraeli researchers have discovered that fish oil helps heal bed sores, and can help ease the pain of the critically ill.
Israeli Scientists Nearing Blood Test for Alzheimer'sIsraeli scientists are getting closer to developing a blood test to detect the asymptomatic, early stages of Alzheimer's disease.
Autism Spectrum Disorders Linked to Schizophrenia, BipolarA new study has found that Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) are linked organically to schizophrenia and bipolar disorder (manic depression).
Satellite Technology used to Spot Sinkholes at Dead SeaIsraeli researchers are using satellite technology to identify sinkholes forming along the shores of the Dead Sea.
Blocking Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder with Sleep DeprivationA new study appears to show that post-traumatic stress disorder might be prevented by staying awake after exposure to trauma.
Professor: Call to Boycott Iran Raid 'Betrayal'A head of the Israeli Institute for Democracy slammed academics for urging IDF pilots to refuse to participate on an attack on Iran
TAU's Research on Bats Could Help Neuroscience ResearchDr. Yossi Yovel of Tel Aviv University develops bat colony born and raised in captivity to unlock the secrets of behavior and cognition.
Archaeologists Uncover Gold Treasure Near HerzliyaOne of the largest gold treasures ever to be discovered in Israel was uncovered last week at an archaeological dig near Herzliya.
TAU Links Air Pollution to Recurrent Heart AttacksA 19 year study of 1120 initial heart attack victims revealed air pollution increased chances of recurrence by 43%; strokes by more
TAU to Feature First Concert of Richard Wagner's Music?Barring a change, in about two weeks for the very first time the sounds of Richard Wagner's music will play in the State of Israel.
Israeli Scientists Build Better Chemotherapy SystemIsraeli scientists have figured out a more efficient, “healthier” way to target cancer cells with chemotherapy.
Ancient Gold Jewelry Collection Discovered at MegiddoArchaeologists have discovered a collection of ancient jewelry hidden in a vessel at Tel Megiddo in the Jezreel Valley in northern Israel.
Minister Landau: The Riots and Rocks Started at TAUWater and Energy Minister Uzi Landau tells A7 that Jews who honor Nakba Day are inviting violence against their own people
Israeli Scientists Test New Drug for Chronic PainIsraeli scientists have developed a new drug for chronic neuropathic pain that isn't helped by the traditional medications.
Toulouse Attack Anti-Semitic Irrespective of PerpetratorDr. Roni Stauber says the murder of four Jews in Toulouse is no less anti-Semitic for having been carried out by a Muslim
Anti-Semitic Incitement and Harassment Up in 2011The Kantor Center at TAU released its annual anti-Semitism report for 2011, noting disturbing trends for world Jewry
'Dead Sea Drying' – An Ancient PatternEnvironmentalists are concerned about the Dead Sea drying up, but Tel Aviv Univ. scientists say the pattern is one as old as time itself.
Israeli Scientists: Obesity Leads to Depression, BurnoutA new study by Israeli scientists finds that obesity can lead to depression and greater burnout at work.
TAU Microbiologists Engineer 'Superbug' Cleaner for HospitalsTel Aviv University scientists create a liquid solution to help fight antibiotic-resistant bacteria and keep patients safe in hospitals.
Israeli Researchers Discover Fungi-Bacteria PartnersTel Aviv University researchers have discovered a mutually beneficial relationship between fungi and bacteria that allows both to spread.
Ultrasound Technology Advanced by Dolphins and BatsAdvances in ultrasound technology is being inspired by a new Israeli research project that studies dolphins, bats and mole rats.
TAU Researcher Warns Polio Still a ThreatA Tel Aviv University researcher warns that polio is still a threat, contrary to the widespread Western belief the virus no longer exists.
Israeli iPhone App Trains the Brain -- and the EyesA new Israeli iPhone app trains the brain to translate blurry images into clear ones, helping to improve middle age vision.
Researchers Claim Internet More Good Than Bad for TeensIsraeli researchers are finding that the Internet is playing a more positive role than a negative one in teenagers' lives.
Clinical Trials on Stem Cell Treatment for Lou Gehrig's DiseaseClinical trials have just begun on a new Israeli technology by TAU scientists to help patients suffering from Lou Gehrig's disease.
Israeli Scientist Discovers Cause of Rare 'Fingerprint' DiseaseAn Israeli scientist at Tel Aviv University has discovered the rare genetic mutation that causes one to be born without fingerprints.
Israeli Scientist Develops Technology to Diagnose Hearing LossAn Israeli scientist at Tel Aviv University has developed a unique fast-track technology to diagnose hearing loss.
Proposed Bill: Stop Appearance of Terrorists in Israeli SchoolsMK Alex Miller initiates bill to limit appearances in Israeli schools of persons convicted of helping terror groups.
Scientists Build Tool to Spot Ancient EarthquakesScientists at Tel Aviv University have created a new tool to help understand the patterns of ancient earthquakes.
Tel Aviv University Develops Powerful Electronic SensorPowerful electronic sensor is capable of detecting many kinds of explosives.
Israeli Researchers: A Precision Bomb for Cancer CellsTel Aviv Univ develops a molecular "smart bomb" that can lead to more effective and safer chemotherapy for those suffering from the dread disease.
New Meds Could Stop Cancer by Cutting Off Its BloodTel Aviv U researchers developing new medicines that could prevent cancer and make existing cancer a manageable chronic illness.
Routine Blood Tests Could Replace ColonoscopyTel Aviv U researchers discover that routine blood tests can provide an early warning for colorectal cancer.
TAU Works on Computer Chip Implant to Treat the BrainTel Aviv University is working on a project to implant a computer chip into the brain to treat conditions like depression and Parkinson's disease.
TAU Scientists: Stopping the Spread of Cancer CellsResearchers at Tel Aviv Universities are on track to finding a way to stop cancer cells from multiplying and spreading.
TA University Conference: No Entry for Settler ReportersA reporter for Israel’s newest radio station, Galei Yisrael, was not permitted to enter a TAU conference on the War of Independence.
Jack and the Protein BeanstalkA plant scientist at Tel Aviv University has found a way to control plant growth hormone --and hopefully lead to increased biofuel production.
Academic Freedom or Support for Terror?Tel Aviv University allows supporters of terrorism to appear via video in “Voices from Gaza” conference.
Tel Aviv University: Disabled Children Begin Healing - MagicallyA researcher at Tel Aviv University is using magic tricks to make therapeutic exercises more fun for children - with significant results.
A Solar Battery in a Pea PodTAU scientist hopes to harness the power of the pea plant to turn sunlight into energy.
A Sonata a Day Keeps the Baby Doctor AwayNew music therapy for premature babies: Playing Mozart helps them gain weight faster, according to Tel Aviv University researchers. How about rap?
Israel, Japan Unite For First Time to Study Brain, Stem CellsFor the first time, top Israeli scientists will partner with Japanese scientists to conduct brain and stem cell research.
Children's Sleep Changes May Mean 'Terrible Teens' On the WayA new study by a Tel Aviv University researcher finds that when children begin to change their sleep patterns, adolescence may not be far behind.
New Tel Aviv University Cancer Drug to be Marketed WorldwideA new cancer drug developed by Tel Aviv University researcher has been licensed for exclusive worldwide rights to develop and market the drug.
Right-Wing Students Afraid to Speak Up, Says Tel Aviv U. MemoFreedom of speech? Tel Aviv U. students with nationalist views are afraid to speak because of fear leftist professors will give them low grades.