Emojis in work-related emails suggest to recipients that the sender is less capable, and probably female, Israeli study in 29 countries found
India for one is encouraging drip’s adoption through subsidies, says author Seth Siegel
Prof. Nabieh Ayoub on being an Arab in Israeli academia, excelling against the odds and the future of cancer science.
Technion researchers testing new method that could provide results in hours.
Show a teenager a photo of someone suffering, and they’ll immediately feel their pain. But what happens when an Israeli Jew learns it’s an Arab suffering, and vice versa? A new study sought to find out.
Relapsing obesity after dieting is very much the norm and is related to the microbiome, Weizmann Institute proves in mice.
The excuse that men earn more than women in the labor force because they take pressure better just kicked once, rolled over and died, according to Ben-Gurion Univ. paper.
Kids engineer E. coli to notice things nature never intended, like heavy metals and hormones in our water using clean, green method.