Articles in "Research"

Survey Reveals Impact of News Consumption During Iranian Attack

A new survey sheds light on Israeli news consumption and the impact of news on anxiety during critical hours. The survey conducted by ...

Israeli-Led Researchers Discover the Milky Way’s Heaviest Black Hole

An international team of astronomers, led by Tel Aviv University Professor Tsevi Mazeh discovered a black hole more than three times ...

Israeli Students’ AI Model Rescues Lost Words of Antiquity

In a groundbreaking development for historical researchers, students at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev have harnessed the power of ...

Israeli Nanotech Fights Spread of Colorectal Cancer

A groundbreaking nanosized polymer developed by Israeli researchers has demonstrated promise in treating colorectal cancer liver ...

Researchers Identify 6 Barriers to Home Physiotherapy

An Israeli study identifying six barriers to home physiotherapy is already leading to actionable recommendations for clinicians helping ...

Study Reveals Ethnic Disparity in Early-Onset Alzheimer’s Disease

An Israeli study has revealed a significant ethnic gap in the prevalence of early-onset Alzheimer's disease, raising the potential for ...

Novel Cocktail of Repurposed Drugs Offers Hope to Breast Cancer Patients

In a significant stride towards combating metastatic breast cancer, Israeli researchers unveiled a novel therapeutic approach utilizing ...

Older Israelis Show Higher Resilience Than Young Adults to War Stress, Study Finds

Bar-Ilan University researchers investigating the psychological toll of war on Israelis found older adults showed greater resilience to ...

Decoding Dolphins: Researchers Uncover Effects of Ship Noise on Sea Mammal Communication

Israeli researchers uncovered compelling evidence of the impact of ship noise on dolphins, shedding new light on maritime traffic's ...

New Nanofilter Technology Targets Harmful Contaminants in Drinking Water

In a groundbreaking effort to combat the problem of contaminants and pharmaceutical waste in drinking water, Israeli researchers unveiled a ...