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Friends A Revolution in Drug Delivery One in 72 American women will be diagnosed with ovarian cancer. MORE
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Iqtisadi: Middle East Economy February 24, 2016 "Saudi Arabia's Multiple Crises" by Paul Rivlin. 
Ifriqiya: Africa Research Program February 22, 2016 "The Political Role of Dams in Developing Countries: Ethiopia as a Case Study" by Yanai Brenner. 
The Jerusalem Report March 7, 2016 "Between Alliance and Rivalry" by Bruce Maddy-Weitzman. 
Tel Aviv Notes February 10, 2016 "The Islamic State and Water Infrastructure" by Saira Khan. 
Beehive: Middle East Social Media January 2016 From the Moshe Dayan Center for Middle Eastern and African Studies. 
Peace Index January 2016 A monthly publication from the Evens Program for Mediation and Conflict Resolution at TAU and the Israel Democracy Institute. 
Iran Pulse Iran Pulse July 30, 2015 "The Nuclear Accord with Iran: The Day After" by Prof. David Menashri. 
Bayan: The Arabs in Israel June 2015 A Konrad Adenauer Stiftung/Dayan Center/INSS publication. 
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TAU Student Film Wows at Cannes Film Festival May 24, 2018 "Rubber Dolphin" written and directed by Steve Tisch School of Film and Television graduate.  
Changes to Specific MicroRNA Involved in Development of Lou Gehrig's Disease May 23, 2018 Mechanism involving specific microRNA and muscle molecules plays role in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, TAU researchers say.  
Why Diversity Programs Promoting Women and Minorities in Management Fail May 3, 2018 Current tools that "force-feed" diversity engender bias and rebellion, TAU and Harvard University researchers say.  
Moderate Decline in Violent Attacks Against Jews, But Attacks Are Becoming More Brutal April 18, 2018 European Jews harbor increasingly "grave concerns for their security," annual TAU Kantor Center study reports.  
TAU Announces Early-Stage Venture Fund to Invest in Student Innovation April 16, 2018 TAU Ventures similar to funds at universities such as MIT, UC Berkeley and Stanford.  
How Advanced Nanotechnology Can Improve Cancer Care April 12, 2018 TAU, Harvard University researchers discuss untapped potential of targeted nanocarriers to revolutionize cancer therapy.  
Antidepressants May Prevent Hospitalization Relapses in Bipolar Depression Patients March 29, 2018 Study finds apparent benefits of addition of adjunctive antidepressants to mood stabilizers, TAU researchers say.  
Koret Foundation Funds $10 Million Collaborative Initiative between TAU, Stanford University, and UC Berkeley March 15, 2018 Grant designed to advance breakthroughs in medical and information technology.  
Eastern Mediterranean Summer Will be Two Months Longer by End of 21st Century March 14, 2018 Climate changes will cut winter in the region by half, TAU researchers say.  
Having a Sibling Makes You More Empathetic, Study Finds March 13, 2018 Younger and older siblings uniquely contribute to each other's development of empathy, TAU researchers say.  
Non-invasive Brain Stimulation Improves Crucial Gait Impairment of Parkinson's Disease Patients March 8, 2018 Transcranial direct current therapy positively impacts mobility and executive functions, TAU researchers say.  

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