Articles in "University of Haifa"

Israel’s University of Haifa Joins Global Research Project Aiming to Communicate with Whales

The University of Haifa has embarked on an ambitious new global research project that hopes to decipher sperm whale communication and ...

New Israeli Study Exposes Coded Language Used by Anti-Semites On Social Media

Anti-Semites are employing the use of a secret language, or “dog whistles,” to evade detection by algorithms on social media tracking ...

Israeli Scientist Develops Computational Method that Can Substantially Shorten Drug Development Process

A new computational method developed at the University of Haifa can significantly shorten the process of identifying receptor functions, ...

Israeli Scientists Find Surprising Similarities between Sea Anemones and the Human Brain

Despite an evolutionary gap of 700 million years, a new study undertaken by Israeli scientists at the University of Haifa found that the ...

University of Haifa Recognized for Combating Food Insecurity

The US-Israel Binational Agricultural Research and Development Fund (BARD) recognized professors from the University of California, Davis ...

Israeli Survey Finds No Detrimental Effect on Cognitive Function of Patients Using Medical Cannabis for Chronic Pain

The use of medical cannabis for chronic pain does not impair cognitive function among the elderly population, a new study undertaken at the ...

Israeli Scientists Find Earliest Evidence of Bird Feather Molt in Flying Dinosaur

A unique study conducted at the University of Haifa has, for the first time, documented the common process of sequential feather ...

Israel’s Shores Flooded with Huge Jellyfish

Israel is experiencing a migration of larger than normal jellyfish this year, the University of Haifa is warning beachgoers,  as the ...

Israel’s Coasts Become Haven for Endangered Sharks

Dozens of sharks have made a rare appearance along Israel's southern shoreline in recent weeks, researchers at the University of Haifa have ...

Coronavirus Vaccine Year-and-a-Half Away, Says Haifa University Expert

A vaccine for the novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) could be at least one and a half years away, a public health expert from the University of ...