Articles in "Tel Aviv University"

Israeli Study Reveals Evolutionary Reason for Women Feeling Colder than Men

Researchers at Tel Aviv University's School of Zoology have offered a new evolutionary explanation for the familiar phenomenon of women ...

‘Double Agents’: Israeli Study Explores Interaction Between Immune System and Cancer

A new Tel Aviv University study, which examined the response of the immune system to cancer, may help the war against the ailment. The ...

Israeli Study Discovers White Blood Cells Can Help Destroy Malignant Tumors

  A new study at Tel Aviv University found that eosinophils, a type of white blood cells, are recruited to the battle against ...

Israeli Team Restores Brain Trauma With World’s First Non-Drug Therapy

A team of investigators from Tel Aviv University has made a scientific breakthrough and has succeeded in restoring brain trauma by ...

Israeli Researchers Show that ‘Silent Mutations’ Can Predict Development of Cancer

Israeli researchers from the Department of Biomedical Engineering and the Zimin Institute for Engineering Solutions Advancing Better Lives ...

Israeli Scientists 3D-Bioprint Tumor, Enable Rapid Treatment

Researchers at Tel Aviv University declared a scientific breakthrough when they printed an entire active and viable glioblastoma tumor ...

Israeli Study Finds Key to Early Detection of Metastatic Breast Cancer

A new study from Tel Aviv University discovered changes in healthy lung tissue which indicate preparation to receive metastases, a finding ...

Continuing the Jewish Tradition: Israeli Students win World Debating Championship

Gil Peled and Assaf Hanani, students from the Tel Aviv University Debate Club, won the prestigious World Universities Debating Championship ...

In World’s First, Israeli Tech Restores Sense of Touch to Damaged Nerves

Israeli researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed a sensor that can be implanted anywhere in the body that connects to another ...

Israeli Scientists Develop Nanotech that Enables ‘Healthy Electric Current’ in Human Body

A new nanotechnology development by an international research team led by Tel Aviv University researchers will make it possible to generate ...