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JNS profiles TAU Prof. Ronit Satchi-Fainaro as part of their Breast Cancer Awareness Month coverage.


TAU researchers develop a new system for cleaning up industrial pollution.


High-tech entrepreneur Moshe Hogeg joins forces with TAU to establish the first institute for applied blockchain research in Israel.


A timely, powerful new film from Tisch School prof Michal Aviad premieres at the Mill Valley Film Festival in October.


TAU prof discusses Hurricane Florence and climate change on Israel's i21 News.


TAU alum Nilli Lavie explains why multitasking doesn't always work.

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Environmental Factors May Trigger Onset of Multiple Sclerosis October 16, 2018 Structural changes to protective neural membranes may be involved in onset of neurodegenerative disease, TAU researchers say.  
"Robat" Uses Sound to Navigate and Map Unique Environments September 6, 2018 New robot mimics bats' ability to employ sonar to navigate its surroundings, TAU researchers say.  
Smartphones May Be Used to Better Predict the Weather August 23, 2018 Data could be harnessed to forecast flash floods and other natural disasters, TAU researchers say.  
Genome Analysis of 6,500-Year-Old Human Remains in Israeli Cave Points to Origin of Ancient Chalcolithic Culture August 20, 2018 Skeletons buried in Israel's Upper Galilee reveal migration from ancient Turkey and Iran, TAU researchers say.  
Shmunis Family Anthropology Institute Opens at TAU’s Steinhardt Museum of Natural History August 16, 2018 Institute's cutting-edge technology provides new tools for research into the origin and development of modern humans.  
In Neutron Stars, Protons May Do the Heavy Lifting August 14, 2018 New TAU/MIT/ODU study finds that a small fraction of protons in neutron-dense objects can significantly impact their properties.  
Microscale Superlubricity Could Pave Way for Future Improved Electromechanical Devices August 1, 2018 Discovery may lead to more robust computer hard discs, TAU and Tsinghua University researchers say.  
New Study Offers Hope of Recovery from Spinal Cord Injury July 25, 2018 Novel enzyme treatment may reduce inflammation and scarring that prevent neuronal regeneration, TAU researchers say.  
Link Found Between Resilience to Dyslexia and Gray Matter in the Frontal Brain July 24, 2018 High density of neurons in frontal cortex important for successful reading, TAU researchers say.  
Brain Arousal Compound Noradrenaline Plays Critical Role in Sensory Perception July 10, 2018 Discovery paves way for detecting situations of dangerous lapses and for improving anesthesia protocols, TAU researchers say.  
Compounds Found in Green Tea and Wine May Block Formation of Toxic Metabolites July 2, 2018 Discovery may pave the way for therapies to treat inborn congenital metabolic disorders, TAU researchers say.  

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