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Half of the life-changing Israeli innovations of the 2010s were invented by TAU graduates or professors.


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Habana Labs, founded by TAU alum Ran Halutz, sold to Intel in $2 billion acquisition.


TAU paleontologists unearthed what may be the earliest example of humans storing food for later consumption.


TAU archaeologists reveal why ancient humans in Israel collected feathers 420,000 years ago.


TAU launches its new Center for Quantum Science and Technology.

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Siblings of Children With Intellectual Disabilities Score High on Empathy, Teaching and Closeness January 14, 2020 TAU research indicates positive relationship between children and their siblings with intellectual disabilities.  
Fibroblasts Involved in Healing Spur Tumor Growth in Cancer December 19, 2019 Vital to healing wounds, fibroblasts have a "misguided" response to cancer cells, according to TAU researchers.  
TAU Study Finds Widespread Misinterpretation of Gene Expression Data December 18, 2019 But bias can be removed from data to filter out false results, researchers say.  
Made a "Dumb" Move? New Studies Say a Neuronal Mechanism Is to Blame December 16, 2019 TAU, Hebrew University research finds a neuronal mechanism explains much of our irrational behavior.  
Tiny Insects Become "Visible" to Bats When They Swarm December 16, 2019 3-D simulations could provide new insights into the evolution of bat echolocation, TAU researchers say.  
AFTAU Earns 4-Star Rating from Charity Navigator for Seventh Consecutive Year December 11, 2019 Charity Navigator's highest rating indicates the nonprofit exceeds industry standards and outperforms other organizations.  
TAU Partners with Columbia University to Launch Dual Degree Program December 5, 2019 Israeli university's first-ever joint undergraduate program with an Ivy League university offers students a world-class liberal arts education on two continents.  
TAU’s Prof. Ilan Tsarfaty Awarded Breast Cancer Research Foundation Grant December 5, 2019 BCRF granted $66 million in funding to 275 scientists at institutions worldwide in 2019.  
TAU's Prof. Carmit Levy Receives Young Investigator Award at Society for Melanoma Research Summit December 4, 2019 Researcher honored for major contributions to the field of melanoma research.  
Your Zip Software Can Calculate the Complex Physical Quantity Called Entropy December 4, 2019 A standard compression algorithm could revolutionize physical and biological computations, TAU researchers say.  
Eating in Sync With Biological Clock Could Replace Problematic Diabetes Treatment December 3, 2019 An early-morning, carb-filled meal improves glycemic control among diabetics, TAU researchers say.  

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