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FIXING HEARTS

TAU Prof. Tal Dvir has built an industry-changing cardiac patch that can fix your broken heart.

THE JERUSALEM POST

TAU President Joseph Klafter discusses the BDS movement in an important interview.

DNA TEST?

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IDEAS LOS ANGELES

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TAU Awards Honorary Doctorate to Oscar®-Winning Producer Steve Tisch May 23, 2016 Philanthropist and filmmaker honored for vision and global influence in cinematic arts.  
Genetic Testing Proves Bene Israel Community in India Has Jewish Roots May 10, 2016 TAU–Cornell collaboration provides insight into unique community whose history is largely unknown.  
New Study Shows We Are Bad Judges of Friendship May 5, 2016 TAU researchers find inability to determine who our real friends are limits our powers of persuasion.  
Up Close & Personalized: How, Why, When, Who April 22, 2016 In an interview, TAU alum and Dynamic Yield CEO Liad Agmon explores the increasing emphasis on personalization in online marketing.  
IDEAS Los Angeles Announces New Interactive Features for June Conference April 21, 2016 Second annual conference hosted by AFTAU will include an outdoor demo lab, digital graffiti wall and virtual reality immersion.  
TAU Student Film Wins Applause at Legendary Tribeca Film Festival April 19, 2016 BBC calls Ben Hakim's The Operator "compelling".  
Smartphone Users Are Redefining Privacy in Public Spaces April 18, 2016 TAU study highlights how smartphone technology is leading to diminished privacy.  
IDEAS Los Angeles Conference Announces Initial Speaker Lineup April 12, 2016 Second annual conference to unite global industry leaders from Los Angeles, Silicon Valley and Tel Aviv on June 15-16 in Santa Monica.  
Handwriting Analysis Provides Clues for Dating of Old Testament Texts April 11, 2016 Inscriptions dating to 600 BCE suggest widespread literacy at the time, say TAU researchers.  
TAU Uses “Deep Learning” to Assist Overburdened Diagnosticians April 4, 2016 Researcher engineers a cutting-edge solution for radiologists and other medical staff.  
TAU Study Reveals How Diet Shaped Human Evolution March 29, 2016 The Neanderthal rib-cage and pelvis expanded to adapt to a high-protein diet in Ice-Age Europe, researchers say.  
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