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Tel Aviv Mice May Hold Key to Healthy Brain

Researchers in Tel Aviv have created a strain of mice that they hope will unlock the secrets to various brain ailments.

Tel Aviv Mice May Hold Key to Healthy Brain

A Song for Israel a Big Hit on YouTube

A Gush Etzion pianist/singer’s YouTube performance of a song for Israel has become Israel’s latest and best PR. Readers: For women only.

A Song for Israel a Big Hit on YouTube

Arutz Sheva Showhost on US Speaking Tour

Fans of the "Yishai and Friends" show on Arutz Sheva's Israel National Radio can hear the message of Israel live as he begins a US tour.

Arutz Sheva Showhost on US Speaking Tour

Archaeologists Uncover Goliath's Hometown

Archaeologists from Bar Ilan University continue to uncover the ancient city of Gat, hometown of Goliath.

Archaeologists Uncover Goliath's Hometown

A Song and Prayer for Gilad Shalit: Take a Little Time to Pray

A 78-year-old Jerusalem Jew and a Northern Ireland Christian team up to produce an extraordinary video/song for kidnapped soldier Gilad Shalit.

A Song and Prayer for Gilad Shalit: Take a Little Time to Pray

Saudi Denies Telling Obama Iran and Israel Should not Exist

Saudi King Abdullah is known for his dislike of Israel and Shi’ite-led Iran, but the monarchy denied he told Obama both countries should not exist

Saudi Denies Telling Obama Iran and Israel Should not Exist

New Protection for IDF Namer APCs

The IDF is about to acquire new protection for its Namer armored personnel carrier – the Spurred Arrow.

New Protection for IDF Namer APCs

US Journal: Israel One of World's Top Spots for Science Research

A magazine for science researchers has named two Israeli universities among the top ten best workplaces for scientific researchers in the world.

US Journal: Israel One of World's Top Spots for Science Research

TAU Works on Computer Chip Implant to Treat the Brain

Tel 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 Works on Computer Chip Implant to Treat the Brain

Israel 3rd Worldwide in 'Millionaire Growth' in 2009

The number of Israelis who joined the "millionaire's club” grew by 42.7% during 2009, placing a total of 8,419 residents among the super-rich.

Israel 3rd Worldwide in 'Millionaire Growth' in 2009

Intel's Green Building is Solid Gold in Haifa

Computer hardware giant Intel has created Israel's first American LEED-certified Gold-standard green building in Haifa.

Intel's Green Building is Solid Gold in Haifa

Israeli Software Designers Simulate Sight Issues for Microsoft

Software designers at the Microsoft lab in Israel have created software to simulate various vision impairments.

Israeli Software Designers Simulate Sight Issues for Microsoft

Canada Does Without Israel's Medical Isotopes

The Canadian government has rejected a plan by a medical isotope supplier to offset a severe shortage by importing the material from Israel.

Canada Does Without Israel's Medical Isotopes

Suit Against Cell Companies Over Radiation

Four Israelis are suing Cellcom and three other local cell phone companies in a Central District court over radiation concerns.

Suit Against Cell Companies Over Radiation

Dropping Euro Threatens Israeli Agro Exports

The falling euro combined with the fallout from last months' volcanic ash cloud, may be threatening Israel's agricultural exports.

Dropping Euro Threatens Israeli Agro Exports

Jack and the Protein Beanstalk

A plant scientist at Tel Aviv University has found a way to control plant growth hormone --and hopefully lead to increased biofuel production.

Jack and the Protein Beanstalk

New Desalination Plants Water the Desert

President Peres raised a cup of water to toast the world’s largest desalination plant in Hadera that will add 10 percent to Israel’s water supply.

New Desalination Plants Water the Desert

Israel Develops 40km Precision Rocket

Israel Military Industries has developed a rocket that can hit targets up to 40 kilometers 25 miles) away with an accuracy of 10 meters (33 feet).

Israel Develops 40km Precision Rocket

Israel Issues a Gold Coin

For the first time, the Israel Coins and Medals Corporation has issued a gold coin. The coin features David's Citadel.

Israel Issues a Gold Coin

Israel Day Celebrated at Shanghai Expo 2010

Israel Day was celebrated at the Israeli national pavilion on Thursday as the state kicked off the 2010 World Expo in Shanghai.

Israel Day Celebrated at Shanghai Expo 2010

Israeli Start-ups Prepare for SmartCamp

Israeli start-ups prepare to compete in IBM's SmartCamp competition, where the ultimate title is World's Smartest Start-up.

Israeli Start-ups Prepare for SmartCamp

Israeli Invention Sees Through Walls

The Israeli company Camero has developed a device that “sees” through walls, indicating the presence of people in other rooms.

Israeli Invention Sees Through Walls

Catching Multiple Sclerosis Before It Strikes

Tel Aviv University finds that multiple sclerosis biomarkers appear almost a decade before symptoms.

Catching Multiple Sclerosis Before It Strikes

New Israeli Drug for Alzheimer's Disease in Advanced Trials

A new medication designed to slow the progression of Alzheimer's disease and improve its psychological symptoms is entering advanced trials.

New Israeli Drug for Alzheimer's Disease in Advanced Trials

Modern Israel at 62: Tiny Country and Huge Success

Modern Israel, only 62 years old Monday night, is a world leader. Rabbi Aviner says, “Imagine what we could do if the world were not against us.”

Modern Israel at 62: Tiny Country and Huge Success

Photo Essay: Boombamela Festival Welcomes Torah Outreach

An inspiring story on why a secular beach festival welcomes Torah outreach and why the rabbis who come feel they make a difference.

Photo Essay: Boombamela Festival Welcomes Torah Outreach

Made in Israel: Electronic ‘Nose’ Smells Out Pleasant Odors

A new Israeli electronic nose can sniff out nice odors that previous “e noses” could not detect. Do the French really like to smell their cheese?

Made in Israel:  Electronic ‘Nose’ Smells Out Pleasant Odors

'King Falafel' Wins US Robot Competition for Israeli Teens

An Israeli high school team from the Upper Galilee has won Connecticut's 17th annual Fire Fighting Home Robot competition.

'King Falafel' Wins US Robot Competition for Israeli Teens

Fire-Breathing Robot among Rafael's New Tech Developments

New robotic system developed by Rafael shoots fiery darts that burn up IED explosive charges. 'Trophy' tank defense system going operational.

Fire-Breathing Robot among Rafael's New Tech Developments

In Time for Passover – New Path along Banias River

A new path has opened through the heart of the Hermon stream (Banias) reserve, in time for Passover hikers.

In Time for Passover – New Path along Banias River

Klezmer Legend Giora Feidman Releases 40th CD

Witty, philosophical and humble at age 73, Israeli clarinetist Giora Feidman has released his 40th CD in about 40 years.

Klezmer Legend Giora Feidman Releases 40th CD

Cyberwarfare: ‘A Good Fit’ for Israeli Defense

The special maneuvers unique to cyberwarfare are a “good fit” with Israel’s defense doctrine, according to IDF Maj.-Gen. Amos Yadlin.

Cyberwarfare: ‘A Good Fit’ for Israeli Defense

Israel's Biggest Wind Farm to Be Built in Eilat

An Israeli company will use Israeli technology and equipment to build the largest wind farm in the country in the mountains of Eilat.

Israel's Biggest Wind Farm to Be Built in Eilat

Israeli Company Develops Bionic Retina Implant

An Israeli company is restoring the sight of patients who have lost vision due to disease.

Israeli Company Develops Bionic Retina Implant

Good Times: Israel's GDP, Jobs, Consumer Confidence Up, Up, Up

A powerful rebound from the global economic crisis is making its mark in the job market.

Good Times: Israel's GDP, Jobs, Consumer Confidence Up, Up, Up

Stimulus Plan for American Jews: Move to Israel

Obama’s Stimulus Plan not working for you? More than 1,500 Americans have found opportunities in Israel through the Jewish-funded MASA program.

Stimulus Plan for American Jews: Move to Israel

Video: First Visit to the Rebuilt Hurva Synagogue

A week before the official dedication - see the inside of the restored and rebuilt Hurva synagogue in the Old City of Jerusalem

Video: First Visit to the Rebuilt Hurva Synagogue

Israel’s TEVA a Headache for Drug Firms, Rx for Investors

Israeli-based TEVA has been called a juggernaut, copy-cat and an 800-pound ape. It makes generic drugs, lots of them, and money – lots of it.

Israel’s TEVA a Headache for Drug Firms, Rx for Investors

10,000 Poor Children Receive Purim Costumes

Chabad helps 10,000 needy children with costumes to celebrate the holiday of Purim. Soldiers and princesses are the most popular.

10,000 Poor Children Receive Purim Costumes

Music Video: Actor Gili Shushan's Innovative Animation

Israeli actor Gili Shushan's body transforms into thousand of little Hebrew letters in new video.

Music Video: Actor Gili Shushan's Innovative Animation

‘The Birth of the World' Musical at Emunah College in Jerusalem

Drama Students at Emunah Women’s College performed an original musical dealing with facets of religious women’s lives to sold out audiences.

‘The Birth of the World' Musical at Emunah College in Jerusalem

Jewish and Arab Youth to Compete on Lego Robotic Construction

Jewish and Israeli Arab youths compete together in the Galilee village of Tamra on Thursday in regional semi-finals for Lego robotic construction.

Jewish and Arab Youth to Compete on Lego Robotic Construction

Israelis Help Haiti Quake Victim ‘Back on Her Feet’

Israel still aids victims from January’s earthquake disaster in Haiti. IsraeAID has helped one five-year-old girl literally get back on her feet.

Israelis Help Haiti Quake Victim ‘Back on Her Feet’

Virtual Purim Exhibit of Ancient Masks and Rattles

The Israel Antiquities Authority is presenting a virtual exhibit of ancient masks and rattles for Purim, when both are used for the holiday.

Virtual Purim Exhibit of Ancient Masks and Rattles

New Israeli Research: How To Boost Memory and Avoid Memory Loss

A Tel Aviv University study finds that magnesium supplements, sold to increase memory, don't work. But they are developing a new product tha

New Israeli Research: How To Boost Memory and Avoid Memory Loss

Dig Supports Biblical Account of King Solomon's Construction

Video: Arutz Sheva TV visited the archaeological dig that uncovered a wall likely built by King Solomon and described in the Book of Kings.

Dig Supports Biblical Account of King Solomon's Construction

Goverment Enlists Ordinary Citizens in PR War

The Ministry of Information is calling on ordinary Israeli citizens and all Zionists to become ambassadors for their country.

Goverment Enlists Ordinary Citizens in PR War

Live Video Links Yesha with Schools in LA, NY and Australia

A novel concept puts Jewish children in Samaria in video contact with their counterparts in four Diaspora schools. They sang Purim songs together.

 Live Video Links Yesha with Schools in LA, NY and Australia

Israel Launches UAV That Can Reach Iran

The Israeli Air Force Sunday launched a new “Eitan” unmanned aerial vehicle (UAV) that can stay in the air 24 hours and can reach Iran.

Israel Launches UAV That Can Reach Iran

Egyptian Energy Ministry: No Deals with Israel

The Egyptian Energy Ministry has denied reports it is planning to include Israel in a project to create a regional electricity grid.

Egyptian Energy Ministry: No Deals with Israel

Will Fly-Eating Plants Save Human Lives?

New Tel Aviv University research investigates anti-fungal agents in the sticky "pitchers" of carnivorous plants.

Will Fly-Eating Plants Save Human Lives?

Warning: Some Purim Toys are Not for Children

Parents are being warned to watch out for Purim toys that could be dangerous. Even some costumes pose a danger.

Warning: Some Purim Toys are Not for Children

Israel Unveils New Stamps in 2010

New stamps have been issued by the Israel Postal Authority in 2010, depicting settling the Arava desert and honoring Holocaust Remembrance Day.

Israel Unveils New Stamps in 2010

Cold is Good for Apples, Cherries, Grapes in Golan

Winter cold such as the Golan is currently experiencing makes for larger & more beautiful fruit in spring, and better milk too, say Golan experts.

Cold is Good for Apples, Cherries, Grapes in Golan

Winners of Prestigious Wolf Prize Announced

Israeli Minister of Education and Wolf Foundation Council Chair, Mr. Gideon Sa'ar, has announced the recipients of the 2010 Wolf Prizes.

Winners of Prestigious Wolf Prize Announced

Air-Mule will Help IDF Medical Rescue Teams

The Air-Mule may not be sleek and graceful but it can take off vertically and navigate between high-rise buildings.

Air-Mule will Help IDF Medical Rescue Teams

Music Video: Straight from Akko, Eliad Eliyahu's "Clouds"

Musician finds peace in the Israeli train station. Check out Eliad Eliyahu's latest music video Clouds.

Music Video: Straight from Akko, Eliad Eliyahu's  "Clouds"

Free Loan Group Surpasses $100 Million in Interest Free Loans

The Israel Free Loan Association has reached a record of $100 million interest loans. It is the largest free loan group in the world.

Free Loan Group Surpasses $100 Million in Interest Free Loans

Tuesday Night Live to Feature Haiti Rescue Team

The "Tuesday Night Live in Jerusalem" TV show will feature Israelis returning from the rescue operations in Haiti.

Tuesday Night Live to Feature Haiti Rescue Team

The Arutz-Sheva Stories That Others Don't Cover

The popularity of Arutz-Sheva/Israel NationalNews doubled in 2009 as people sought to read the news that other media distort or bury.

The Arutz-Sheva Stories That Others Don't Cover