A study conducted by the Technion found that on Google, the quality of scientific information from a search differed across different languages.
If medicines pass clinical test for COVID, they’re also likely to prove effective for new variants, scientists say, as they target proteins that barely change between mutations
An unprecedented deep-sea discovery in the eastern Mediterranean could have transformative implications for the scientific community’s understanding of climate change, global sustainability, and essential life functions.
Giant explosion in space illuminates thousand-year mystery.
Researchers at Tel Aviv University’s Bat Lab attempt to rehabilitate winged creature’s much-maligned public image.
Weizmann Institute scientists decipher the mechanism that leads to unique, hollow-structured crystals having sought-after properties
A new research approach reveals how the brain learns new rules
The study is expected to lead to a deeper understanding of biological processes, as well as developments that will allow for an early diagnosis of a variety of diseases
The study featured over 1,600 participants and was published in the Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.
There’s an old saying that the way to a person’s heart is through their stomach, and today, the way to a healthier quality of life is — quite literally — by way of the gut.
Researchers say development could improve electronic devices’ speed and energy consumption
The world is expected to continue living in the shadow of COVID-19 for much longer – and maybe even forever, according to Prof. Cyrille Cohen, head of the Immunotherapy Lab at Bar-Ilan University.
The novel method can diagnose the disease by means of a sticker patch that catches compounds released by the skin, using artificial intelligence to analyze them.