Weizmann Institute researchers and their colleagues set an upper limit for the thickness of jet streams on these two giant planets.
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Once thought to be extinct, the newly discovered Hula painted frog belongs to an ancient genus of frogs that died out over 10,000 years ago.
Israelis form a community to toss around all kinds of ideas for modes of transportation using alternative energy.
The school desk, nominated in last year’s ‘Oscars of the design world,’ now takes a permanent place in New York’s Museum of Modern Art.
Teams from across Europe will compete in the 14-day tournament which attracts viewers of up to 150 million around the world.
Significant clinical improvement cited in study comparing copper-embedded products against standard linens.
Tel Aviv University’s scientists discover injectable protein to reverse symptoms of dangerous conditions.
Rehovot opens its cafes, bars and restaurants to scientists from the Weizmann Institute to hear lectures on some of the most exciting scientific developments today.
Coming to promote high-tech cooperation, Prince Khalifa Al-Thani’s upcoming visit will mark the first official stopover in Israel by Qatar royalty.
Hospital Tampa is the latest US health center to adopt the Israeli-made technology that helps avoid adverse patient events.