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BOG 2019

The Dr. Garry Rayant and Dr. Kathy Fields-Rayant Minducate Learning Innovation Research Fund is inaugurated at the George S. Wise Senate Building.

BOG 2019

Delegates enjoy an exclusive tour of the Genia Schreiber University Art Gallery.

BOG 2019

The Arline and Seymour Kreshek Practice Piano Center is inaugurated at the Buchmann–Mehta School of Music.

BOG 2019

American BOG delegates, students and faculty commemorate Dr. Ben Williamowsky, of blessed memory, who founded the TAU Dental School.

BOG 2019

The Dr. Jaime Constantiner Prize in Jewish Education is awarded to Knesset Member Yair Tzaban, Israel's former Immigration and Absorption Minister.

THE TABLET

A new discovery by TAU archaeologists supports biblical accounts of the last days of Judah.

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Major Violent Attacks Against Jews Spiked 13% Worldwide in 2018 May 2, 2019 U.S. had more than 100 cases of severe violence, annual TAU Kantor Center study reports.  
New Reading of the Mesha Stele Inscription Has Major Consequences for Biblical History May 2, 2019 Line of the inscription lends credence to the story of Balaam in the Book of Numbers, TAU researchers say.  
TAU Study Paves Way for Innovative Treatment of Epilepsy April 29, 2019 Researchers solve puzzle about brain activity regulation; breakthrough may lead to development of new, effective drugs to suppress seizures.  
Hypersociability in Williams Syndrome Result of Myelination Deficits April 24, 2019 Axon "insulating tape" suffers from gene deletion that causes social impairment associated with rare disorder, TAU researchers say.  
AFTAU Elects Clement Erbmann as National Chairman of Board of Directors April 23, 2019   
LocalTAU Tackles Florida Stormwater Runoff in Inaugural Pitch Competition April 17, 2019 Top scientific teams from Israel's leading university pitch novel solutions to local crisis.  
TAU Scientists Print First 3D Heart Using Patient’s Own Cells and Materials April 15, 2019 Engineered heart completely matches the immunological, cellular, biochemical and anatomical properties of the patient.  
Woolly Mammoths and Neanderthals May Have Shared Genetic Traits April 8, 2019 Findings point to molecular resemblance in climate adaptation traits of the two species, TAU researchers say.  
Brain Alterations Make It Difficult for Parkinson’s Disease Patients to Turn While Walking April 5, 2019 Turning is also associated with freezing of gait and falls in Parkinson's patients, TAU researchers say.  
Low-Bandwidth Radar Technology Provides Improved Detection of Objects April 2, 2019 New TAU research breaks with long-held principles used in developing radar technologies.  
Genetically Encoded Sensor Isolates Hidden Leukemic Stem Cells March 12, 2019 Cells express surface markers that help them escape most targeted therapies, TAU researchers say.  
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