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TAU team takes part in discovering new planet

Credit: (David A. Aguilar / Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics) For the past two years, Professor Tsevi Mazeh and his PhD student, Simchon Faigler, from the School of Physics and Astronomy at TAU, have been searching for planets around...

New finding could lead to early detection of Schizophrenia

buy cigarettes online free shipping A debilitating mental illness, schizophrenia can be difficult to diagnose. Because physiological evidence confirming the disease can only be gathered from the brain during an autopsy, mental health professionals...
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Tel Aviv University and Harvard University announce joint astrophysics initiative

rough black holes. credit: harvard-smitsonian center of Astrophysics anabolic steroids for sale Tel Aviv University and Harvard University have launched the new Raymond and Beverly Sackler Harvard–Tel Aviv Astronomy Initiative, a collaboration...
Qesem Cave near Rosh-Haayin, Israel. credit: Tel Aviv University

First Humans had elephants diets

Qesem Cave near Rosh-Haayin, Israel. credit: Tel Aviv University cheapest essays for sale Elephants have long been known to be part of the Homo erectus diet. But the significance of this specific food source, in relation to both the survival...
Bacteria use a bridge of fungi to cross a "canyon." (Credit: Photo by Colin Ingham)

Fungi: Another Tool in Bacteria’s Belt?

Bacteria use a bridge of fungi to cross a "canyon." (Credit: Photo by Colin Ingham) Bacteria and fungi are remarkably mobile. Now researchers at Tel Aviv University have discovered that the two organisms enjoy a mutually beneficial...
Professor MIcael Gozin

Mucus: Fighting the War Against Pollutants

Professor MIcael Gozin Are our bodies vulnerable to some pollutants whose lack of solubility in water, or “hydrophobicity,” has always been thought to protect us from them? New Tel Aviv University research has discovered that this...
Iftach Jacoby

Teaching Algae to Make Fuel

Iftach Jacoby Many kinds of algae and cyanobacteria, common water-dwelling microorganisms, are capable of using energy from sunlight to split water molecules and release hydrogen, which holds promise as a clean and carbon-free fuel for...
SUPERNOVA AT m51. Credit: Ilan Manulis, Weizmann Institute

New Supernova Shows Signs of Atypical Composition

SUPERNOVA AT m51. Credit: Ilan Manulis, Weizmann Institute An exploding star, in nearby galaxy M51, shows signs of an unusual composition. The material thrown into space in the explosion contains a wide variety of elements — a mix that...