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Peace Index July 2014 A monthly publication from the Evens Program for Mediation and Conflict Resolution at TAU and the Israel Democracy Institute 
Tel Aviv Notes July 27, 2014 "Iraqi Shi'i Politics in the Wake of ISIS" by Elisheva Machlis 
Iqtisadi July 22, 2014 "Iraq: Economics and the Collapse of the State" by Paul Rivlin 
The Jerusalem Report June 30, 2014 "Sisi's Moment" by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman 
Beehive: Middle East Social Media June 2014 "Rallying Around the Flag" by Hay Eytan Cohen Yanarocak 


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Ancient Metal Workers Were Not Slaves But Highly Regarded Craftsmen August 28, 2014 Iron Age copper smelters were respected leaders with sophisticated skills, say TAU archaeologists.  
TAU Among Top 10 Universities for Venture Capital-Backed Entrepreneurs August 28, 2014 TAU joins Stanford, UC Berkeley, and MIT on global VC database list.  
"Junk" Blood Tests May Offer Life-Saving Information August 27, 2014 TAU says contaminated blood cultures can serve as diagnostic predictor for more targeted antibiotics.  
Red Eye Feels Endless? Blame the Internet August 18, 2014 TAU study finds direct link between online price competition and longer flight times.  
Novel Nanovehicle Transports Drug Cocktail to Target Cancer August 14, 2014 TAU researcher demonstrates clear advantages of polymer carrier that combines several therapeutic drugs.  
Involuntary Eye Movement Foolproof Indication for ADHD Diagnosis August 13, 2014 TAU researchers develop diagnostic tool for the most commonly misdiagnosed disorder.  
Crime Rates May Fluctuate Depending on Authority in Charge August 11, 2014 TAU study finds police more inclined to issue arrests when prisons have administrative authority for detainees.  
A New "Whey" to Control Diabetes August 5, 2014 A whey protein drink before breakfast can control erratic glucose levels associated with type 2 diabetes, say TAU researchers.  
Heat, Not Heart, Poses Biggest Risk to Athletes August 4, 2014 TAU study says heatstroke is more threatening to marathon runners than cardiac arrest.  

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