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  • Groundbreaking Israeli research: Enjoy wine without drinking

    Posted By Paulina Jukov on July 31, 2017 | Leave a Comment

    Groundbreaking Israeli research: Enjoy wine without drinking

    We all know that a cup of red wine in the evening does miracles to our health and we often even indulge in more than 1 cup a day. But, what about those of us who can’t because we must avoid sugar and alcohol?

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  • Google makes Dead Sea Scrolls Available to the Public

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on October 03, 2011 | 1 Comments

    Google makes Dead Sea Scrolls Available to the Public

    Recently, the Israel Museum made the famous Dead Sea Scrolls found near Qumran, Israel available to the public.  Google has now made them available to the public via the internet.

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  • Technion Students Test Physics with Monster Yo-Yos

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 02, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Technion Students Test Physics with Monster Yo-Yos

    Yesterday, the Technion held the largest yo-yo competition ever; not in terms of participants put in terms of the size of the yo-yo.

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  • IAI Unveils New “Ghost” Drone Aircraft

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 01, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    IAI Unveils New “Ghost” Drone Aircraft

    Last week, Israel Aircraft Industries unveiled its new UAV aircraft dubbed the “Ghost” at an electronics conference in Washington D.C.  IAI finished the prototype earlier this year and expects to begin production in the near future.

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  • Israeli Neurologists Discover Biological Marker for Autism

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 01, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Israeli Neurologists Discover Biological Marker for Autism

    Neurobiologists at the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot have discovered a biological marker that may assist in properly diagnosing autism and aid in its subsequent treatment.

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  • Israeli Water Purification Device Proves Effective in Space

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 01, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Israeli Water Purification Device Proves Effective in Space

    One major goal of space operations is to find a way to recycle waste, especially waste water. Israeli technology tested on the last space shuttle voyage may have made that goal possible in the near future.

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  • Rediscovered Ancient Color Taking Jewish World by Storm

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on September 01, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Rediscovered Ancient Color Taking Jewish World by Storm

    One of the biblical mysteries that has stumped commentators and scholars over the centuries is the shade of blue known as “Techelet” that is mentioned in the Torah and is mentioned in the construction of the Tabernacle, the color of the priest’s robes and the tassels known as Tzitzit that are on Jewish prayer shawls.

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  • Dimona Nuclear Program

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on August 30, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Dimona Nuclear Program

    No, Israel has not attacked Iran. But she has opened a new nuclear engineering program at Ben Gurion University in the Negev city of Be’er Sheva. The main purpose of the program is to install nuclear scientists into the Israel Atomic Energy Commission in Dimona as well as to help improve the country’s electric company by helping it develop a solar-nuclear power plant.

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  • Israeli Scientist Says the Source of Air Pollution is Books

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 13, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Israeli Scientist Says the Source of Air Pollution is Books

    Scientists searching looking for the source of air pollution and global warming only need to look as far as the journals they publish, especially the old ones in university archives. However, the source is the paper used in the journals, not the scientific reports inside them. Thus claims an Israeli scientist with a revolutionary method of using books to obtain information.

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  • Intel Invests $2.7 billion in a New Israeli Chip Manufacturing Plant

    Posted By Mike Rosenthal on February 07, 2011 | Leave a Comment

    Intel Invests $2.7 billion in a New Israeli Chip Manufacturing Plant

    While most businesses have been cutting expenses and scaling back projects in order to weather the current global recession, Intel has gone in the opposite direction and announced last month that they will be sinking $2.7 billion into its manufacturing plant in southern Israel that will produce the next generation of computer chips.

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