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October 2019

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Forefront of Science

 

Julie Laffy and Dr. Itay Tirosh
Life Sciences
 
When cells change their identities, they may elude therapies

 

Chemistry

The method may be used to purify drugs and numerous other chemicals

 

Life Sciences
 
Weizmann Institute of Science research shows heterogeneity in melanoma tumors prevents effective immune responses
Forming crystals of halide perovskites is relatively simple, and the results are a joy to the eye
Chemistry

Explaining the self-healing properties of a remarkable material

 

Dr. Gil Amitai, Daniel Cohen, Sarah Melamed, Dr. Yaara Oppenheimer-Shaanan, Prof. Rotem Sorek and Adi Millman
Life Sciences
 
A newly-discovered immune system in bacteria is the distance ancestor of one in our own cells




 

Blastocysts with red, green (or both) reporters turned on
Life Sciences
 
A new method, developed by Dr. Yonatan Stelzer, uncovered some fateful cellular decisions right at the beginning of embryonic development


 

People

 

"We attain higher achievement, better results and the opportunity to advance our scientific careers"
Dr. Soma Ghosh

 

In the News

 

IsraelAgri | Israeli Agriculture International Portal

Using elevated CO2 in greenhouses today can already decrease irrigation amounts
Tamir Klein

 

Art on Campus

 

"The Anchorman" | Joshua Griffit

Raoul and Graziella de Picciotto Building for Scientific and Technical Support 2nd floor

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In the world of journalism, “yesterday’s news” is often regarded as worthless and unimportant. That is, if the story is not reported immediately, the opportunity is missed and the “story” will be casually tossed, forgotten, and will not see the light of day. In the world of art, on the other hand, the “processing” of information and the germination of ideas can take a long time, sometimes even entire generations.

Joshua Griffit's current series of works offers an unusual hybrid between these two worlds. It could be said that this is art in real time. Art that, on the one hand, communicates current affairs, and on the other hand, an image that combines a “news” report with updates of initial feelings, connotations and “gut reactions” that pass directly, and almost unfiltered, from the thought that has not yet matured – into the hand that holds the brush.

 

Science for All - Davidson Institute of Science Education

 

The Fat that Awakes Cancer
Researchers from Tel Aviv University discovered that compounds secreted by fat cells accelerate the development of aggressive metastatic melanoma
 
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Bats Think Together
When in a group, brains of mice and bats “synchronize” with others of their species




 
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