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Scientists warn Earth spinning faster than usual

Faster spin leading to shorter days could have a devastating impact on technology, especially computer networks.

Scientists warn Earth spinning faster than usual

Three young Israeli scientists receive $100,000 in awards for groundbreaking research

Three young scientists at leading research institutions in Israel chosen to receive $100,000 each for groundbreaking scientific research.

Three young Israeli scientists receive $100,000 in awards

'Hitler should've finished the job, so I'll do it for him'

Russian scientist, 82, beaten on Moscow bus by assailant seeking to ‘finish Hitler’s job.’

'Hitler should've finished the job, so I'll do it for him'

During times of disease, ants socially distance similarly to humans

U.K. scientist: humans aren't alone in socially distancing when pandemics occur

Scientist reveals that ants socially distance

Rare meteorite that landed in UK driveway may hold key to origins of solar system

A rare meteorite scientists say could hold the key to the origins of the solar system lit up the night sky recently.

Rare meteorite may hold key to origins of solar system

Report: Scientists skeptical about one-dose vaccine regimen

US government scientists reportedly pushing back against calls for one-dose regimens for the COVID-19 vaccines by Moderna and Pfizer.

Report: Scientists skeptical about one-dose vaccine regimen

Will the Boycott-Israel Clique co-opt the Scientific Community?

The hard sciences once seemed immune to the politics that dominate the humanities in academia, but no longer.Opinion.

Will the Boycott-Israel Clique co-opt the Scientific Community?

Common Sense Model physician blasts Health Ministry announcement

Dr. Shmuel Rochberger: 'Hundreds of doctors have warned since beginning of outbreak that lockdowns are useless and only increase mortality.'

Common Sense Model physician blasts Health Ministry announcementplayer

For most of population, lockdown far more deadly than COVID-19

Given doubts by scientists about lockdown effectiveness, most moral choice is targeted protection for at-risk populations. Opinion

For most of population, lockdown far more deadly than COVID-19

Israeli physicians, scientists to hold anti-lockdown demonstration

'Doctors and scientists demand halt to closure, the decision of which to impose is based on zero transparent information to the public.'

Israeli doctors, scientists to hold anti-lockdown demonstration

Canada researchers reveal 'Iran-aligned' fake news campaign

'Endless Mayfly' posted at least 135 fake news articles, used 72 lookalike domains, University of Toronto researchers say.

Canada researchers reveal 'Iran-aligned' fake news campaign

Liquid sand hot tub - fluidized air bed

Sukkot's already arrived - but heat's still here. Want to freshen up without getting wet? Try liquid sand as a substitute!

Liquid sand hot tub - fluidized air bedplayer

Report: Hamas engineer eliminated by Mossad

Report claims Mossad eliminated Hamas engineer in Malaysia as part of wider efforts to prevent advanced weaponry from reaching Gaza.

Report: Hamas engineer eliminated by Mossad

Motorbike allegedly used in Hamas terrorist's killing found

Malaysia police chief says motorbike used by shooters of Hamas scientist has been found.

Motorbike allegedly used in Hamas terrorist's killing found

Philippines to deport Hamas 'rocket scientist'

Philippines says it will deport Iraqi Hamas scientist accused of helping the terror group shoot missiles at Israel.

Philippines to deport Hamas 'rocket scientist'

Iceberg size of Delaware breaks off of Antarctica ice shelf

The iceberg, one of the largest ever recorded, weighs 1.12 trillion tons and covers more than 2,300 square miles.

Iceberg size of Delaware breaks off of Antarctica ice shelf

New butterfly species discovered on Mount Hermon

For the first time in 109 years, researcher discover a new species of butterfly in Israel.

New butterfly species discovered on Mount Hermon

Israeli-American researcher wins prize for young scientists

Israeli-American researcher Dr. Gilad Evrony wins prestigious award for his work analyzing individual brain cells.

Israeli-American researcher wins prize for young scientists

Israeli Researchers Make New Cancer Breakthrough

Researchers at Hebrew University have discovered a marker for early diagnosis and possible treatment of breast cancer cells.

Israeli Research Makes New Discovery in Breast Cancer Mechanism

Winning Start-Up Fights AIDS, Biowarfare

A winning Israeli start-up uses nanotechnology to fight HIV/AIDS and other killer viruses. Nano-cells could protect from bio-warfare, too.

Winning Start-Up Fights AIDS, Biowarfare

Albert Einstein Museum to be Built in Jerusalem

A museum dedicated to Albert Einstein, the German theoretical physicist who developed the theory of relativity, will be built in Jerusalem.

Albert Einstein Museum to be Built in Jerusalem

Iran Hangs Alleged Israeli 'Mossad Agent'

Iran hanged a man the regime alleges was an agent for the Israeli Mossad and convicted of killing one of its nuclear scientists in 2010.

Iran Hangs Alleged Israeli 'Mossad Agent'

Israeli Medical Breakthroughs Offer Hope

A team of Israeli scientists offer hope in treating autoimmune diseases, such as Crohn’s, lupus, rheumatoid arthritis.

Israeli Medical Breakthroughs Offer Hope to Auto-Immune Patients

Israeli Scientist Develops Kit to Detect Bacteria

A 92-year-old scientist from Hebrew University has invented a kit that enables the immediate detection of drug-resistant bacteria.

Israeli Scientist Develops Kit to Identify Deadly Bacteria

Fighting the 'Brain Drain'

A first of its kind conference tried to help Israeli scientists living abroad to find attractive job offers in Israel and come home.

Fighting the 'Brain Drain'player

Mossad Kills Iranian Scientists?

An Iranian news agency is accusing Israel's Mossad intelligence agency of killing numerous Iranian nuclear scientists.

Is Mossad Systematically Killing Iranian Nuclear Scientists?

TAU's 'Pacemaker' for 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

Israeli Software Detects Sarcasm

Researchers in Israel develop computer algorithm able to identify sarcastic expression in written text.

Oh, Sure! Israeli Software Detects Sarcasm