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 A Bald Eagle soars over the Hudson River off Nyack, New York, U.S., May 11, 2024.

New study finds birds of prey use unique air sac to soar to great distances

Steven Fuld, a member of the Board of Directors for the American Technion Society

Steven Fuld advocates for Israel’s beacon of hope and innovation: the Technion

 An 800-year-old toy horse found in Torn, Poland.

Genome study shows how horses galloped into human history

By REUTERS
Prof. Yitshak Kreiss, Director General of Sheba Medical Center (left), Prof. Eyal Zimlichman, Founder and Director of ARC Innovation and Chief Transformation and Innovation Officer of Sheba Medical Center.

Health Tech Valley: Sheba’s ARC launches new ‘City of Health’

 An artist’s reconstruction of the 67 million-year-old Cretaceous Period landscape of North Dakota with a juvenile T-rex

'Teen Rex': Rare fossil of adolescent Tyrannosaurus found by US kids

By REUTERS
 A magnification micrograph of a clear cell renal cell carcinoma.

Leading Cancer institute Dana-Farber to partner with OncoHost for groundbreaking cancer study

 The small cages, with an internal cavity one to four nanometers in length, can be tuned to house drugs of different sizes - including chemotherapy drugs and antibiotics.

Chicken feathers can be used to reduce hair loss and nausea from chemotherapy

 Ilan Ramon, official NASA portrait.

Astronaut Ilan Ramon’s space diary finds a home at Israel’s National Library

Petri dishes are pictured in an unknown location in a Cancer Research UK laboratory on an unknown date.

An increase in macrophage migration inhibitory factor (MIF) may treat ALS, study finds

 Artist’s view of a massive black hole mergers in a cluster, possibly like GW190521, a gravitational wave observation by LIGO/Virgo.

Scientists explain missing black holes, dark matter with new model

 An illustrative image of an asteroid passing Earth.

Chinese, Ukrainian scientists develop new asteroid imaging technique

 HIT’s senior management with the participants of the 3rd. Euro-Asia Seminar at HIT

Third Euro-Asia seminar held at HIT in collaboration with Ministry of Foreign Affairs

 THE WRITER speaks at the annual Jerusalem Conference of the Besheva Group, in Jerusalem, in February.

The academic community must avoid politically motivated boycotts

 An Israeli is seen getting a tattoo to commemorate the October 7 massacre.

Possible correlation discovered between tattoos and lymphoma – Swedish study

  Professor Margalit Finkelberg, who has called on academics worldwide to speak out against antisemitism and BDS.

Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities calls on world’s universities to oppose BDS, antisemitism

 An embryo week 9-10

Babies in the womb exposed to two languages hear speech differently when born, study finds

 Ami Moyal

STEM education crucial for preserving Israel’s Start-up Nation status, says expert

 The sun rises behind the Pyramids in Giza, on the outskirts of Cairo, Egypt, June 16, 2023.

Israelite slaves didn’t do it: Rediscovering a lost Nile branch