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Tel Aviv Notes October 7, 2014 "The Islamic State: A Catalyst for Kurdish Nation-Building" by Ofra Bengio 
Beehive: Middle East Social Media September 2014 "Expulsion of the Muslim Brotherhood's Leadership from Qatar as Reflected in SNS" by Michael Barak 
Iqtisadi September 30, 2014 "Money Makes the World Go Round: A Middle East Round-Up" by Paul Rivlin 
Peace Index September 2014 A monthly publication from the Evens Program for Mediation and Conflict Resolution at TAU and the Israel Democracy Institute 
The Jerusalem Report September 22, 2014 "ISIS: Apocalypse Now?" by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman 
Iran Pulse Iran Pulse September 11, 2014 "Authorities Dispense Death Sentences, Families Grant Reprieves: Executions and Pardons in the Islamic Republic" by Dr. Raz Zimmt 

 

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Excavation at Megiddo Yields Proof of Animal Sacrifice October 21, 2014 TAU researchers believe that corridors of massive 5,000-year-old temple were used for ritual discarding of bones.  
Mediterranean, Semi-Arid Ecosystems Prove Resistant to Climate Change October 20, 2014 TAU discovers Middle Eastern vegetation is remarkably resilient to long-term drought.  
The "Cyberwar" Against Cancer Gets a Boost from Intelligent Nanocarriers October 7, 2014 TAU researcher advances novel strategy to fight cancer by shoring up the immune system.  
How Rabies "Hijacks" Neurons to Attack the Brain October 6, 2014 Groundbreaking TAU study tracks precise path of deadly virus to the central nervous system.  
Viral Infection May Trigger Childhood Diabetes in Utero October 3, 2014 TAU research says prenatal exposure to viruses may cause type 1 diabetes and other autoimmune diseases in children.  
To Life! Practicing Judaism Could Protect Against Suicide October 2, 2014 TAU finds secular Jewish teenagers twice as likely to have suicidal intentions as their more religious peers.  
A Heartbeat Away? Hybrid "Patch" Could Replace Transplants September 30, 2014 TAU researcher harnesses gold nanoparticles to engineer novel biocompatible cardiac patch.  
Single-Neuron "Hub" Orchestrates Activity of an Entire Brain Circuit September 29, 2014 TAU maps precise triggers that activate and neutralize brain cell networks.  
Cyber Week 2014: PM Benjamin Netanyahu, Eugene Kaspersky, and Dr. Danny Gold Tackle Cyber "Game-Changers" September 24, 2014 Industry leaders from around the world explore cybersecurity at annual TAU forum.  
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Healthcare? September 23, 2014 TAU study finds wealthiest older Americans worse off than poorest counterparts in other countries.  
Lack of Thyroid Hormone Blocks Hearing Development September 22, 2014 TAU researchers discover that a genetic form of deafness is due to absence of thyroid hormone.  
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