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Ag-Tech Company Helps Boost Global Food Production

According to the World Hunger Index, a staggering 124 million people across the globe suffer acute food shortage. This makes crippling hunger a daily reality for roughly one in every nine people worldwide. Israeli ag-tech start-up Taranis offers a solution to help, employing cutting-edge technologies to boost the possible output of food production. The Tel

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Artificial Intelligence Solves the Mysteries of Quantum Physics

Under the direction of Mobileye founder Amnon Shashua, a research group at Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s School of Engineering and Computer Science has proven that Artificial Intelligence (AI) can help us understand the world on an infinitesimally small scale called quantum physics phenomena. Quantum physics phenomena is one of the hottest topics in contemporary physics.

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1,700-Year-Old Inscription Discovered

A 1,700-year-old Greek inscription referring to the city of Elusa (Hebrew: Halutza) has been discovered in archaeological excavations at Halutza National Park in the Negev. The stone inscription is currently being studied by Prof. Leah Di Segni from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. The name of the city of Elusa appears in several historical documents,

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Ancient Samaritan Estate Unearthed

A unique estate about 1,600 years old that seems to have been the property of a wealthy Samaritan has been uncovered in the southern Sharon Plain. The discovery also reinforced evidence that at one time the settlement was extensively populated by the Samaritans. The Samaritans claim they are descendants of the northern Israelite tribes of

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Israeli Experiment Underway to Seek a Cure for Diabetes

Tuesday, 7 May 2019 | Rambam Hospital in Haifa, Israel, is cooperating with Orgenesis, a bio-tech company, to begin testing a new method of cell manipulation that may present a cure for diabetes. Orgenesis developed a method to reprogram liver beta cells to produce insulin. The first stage of testing will involve taking liver cells

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Remains of Second Temple Period Jewish Community Unearthed in the Negev

Friday, 5 April 2019 | For the first time, the remains of a Jewish settlement of the Second Temple period have been discovered in Beersheva. The archaeological excavation carried out to facilitate a new neighborhood near the northern entrance to Beersheva has revealed evidence of Jewish day-to-day life there, including part of an oil lamp

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Jerusalem Soil Yields Rare First Temple Period Seal Bearing Biblical Name 

Tuesday, 2 April 2019 | A rare bulla (seal impression) and a 2,600-year-old stamp bearing Hebrew names were uncovered in the City of David. The artifacts were discovered inside a public building that was destroyed during the destruction of the First Temple and were uncovered in archaeological excavations at the Givati Parking Lot in the

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Palestinians Cutting Salaries of Civil Servants to Pay Full Benefits to Terrorists

Wednesday, 27 March 2019 | The Palestinian Authority [PA] has decided to penalize its law-abiding employees to avoid cutting salaries of Palestinian terrorists and their families under the so-called “pay-to-slay” scheme, which led the United States and Israel to cut aid until the PA stops inciting terror. Explaining the decision, Nabil Abu Rudeina, PA Deputy

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US Formally Recognizes Israeli Control over Golan

Tuesday, 26 March 2019 | United States President Donald Trump made history in favor of Israel again on Monday, becoming the first American president to officially recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights region that borders Syria. The territory, captured by Israel in 1967 while battling Syrian aggression, is a critical high ground for defense,

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Millions of Butterflies Float into Israel

Tuesday, 26 March 2019 | In recent days, the number of butterflies in Israel has reached a peak with migration from the Arabian Peninsula. Millions of Vanessa Cardui [also known as the painted lady] butterflies have been observed throughout the country, mainly in the center and on the coastal plain, but also in the Arava

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