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Iqtisadi November 25, 2014 "Egypt's Economy: Sisi's Herculean Task" by Paul Rivlin. 
Beehive: Middle East Social Media October 2014 "Rich Kids of Tehran: Extravagant Lifestyles and Social Criticism on Iranian SNS" by Dr. Raz Zimmt 
Peace Index October 2014 A monthly publication from the Evens Program for Mediation and Conflict Resolution at TAU and the Israel Democracy Institute 
Tel Aviv Notes November 10, 2014 "Egypt's 'Trial of Two Regimes': Transitional Justice or Politics as Usual?" by Joyce van de Bildt. 
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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Genetic Mutation Found to Cause Ovarian Failure December 17, 2014 TAU researchers discover unique genetic disorder responsible for ovarian insufficiency in women under 40.  
Temasek Pledges $5M to TAU Technology Research December 16, 2014 Singapore firm enters into strategic agreement with TAU technology transfer company Ramot.  
TAU Business School Awarded Top Ranking Alongside Harvard, Yale December 15, 2014 Eduniversal awards Leon Recanati Graduate School of Business Administration highest "5 Palmes" accolade, rating it best business program in Israel.  
A Better Biomonitor for Children with Asthma December 10, 2014 TAU takes groundbreaking new diagnostic technique from Ground Zero to the playground.  
Even in Our Digital Age, Early Parental Writing Support Is Key to Children's Literacy December 9, 2014 TAU study says caregivers should promote correct writing habits among preschoolers.  
Jennifer Young Joins AFTAU as National Director of Planned Giving December 8, 2014 Development officer brings more than 15 years of experience in major gift planning.  
TAU's Prof. Yossi Matias Promoted to Google Vice President December 4, 2014 "Big data" expert will continue to head Google's R&D Center in Israel in addition to new leadership role.  
Glass Houses: Your Personality Helps Predict Your Real Estate Choices December 3, 2014 TAU research finds personality traits affect home-buying decisions on both micro and macro levels.  
Nanotubes May Restore Sight to Blind Retinas December 2, 2014 TAU researchers develop groundbreaking wireless material capable of sparking neuronal activity in response to light.  
Tel Aviv, Tsinghua Universities' Joint Research Center Holds First Conference in Beijing November 26, 2014 Israeli–Chinese collaborative research projects showcased at XIN Center Autumn 2014 Open Forum.  
Breaking with Tradition: The "Personal Touch" Is Key to Cultural Preservation November 24, 2014 Idiosyncratic acts performed during cultural practices are responsible for the rituals' survival, says TAU study.  

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