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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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Scientists Discover Critical Molecular Biomarkers of Preeclampsia February 21, 2018 Small non-coding RNAs may be used to devise a diagnostic blood test for pregnant women, TAU researchers say.  
New Study a Practical Step Towards a "Green" Replacement for Oil February 19, 2018 Research on the productivity cycle of macroalgae offers first detailed picture of an economy less dependent on oil, TAU researchers say.  
Practical Work-Related Tasks May Reduce Burnout in New Employees February 14, 2018 "Emotional" assistance slows workplace integration, TAU researchers say.  
Now There's Proof: Sexist Men Have Unsatisfying Relationships February 12, 2018 Heterosexual men who hold "patriarchal-reinforcing beliefs" feel anxious and threatened, say TAU researchers.  
Liev Schreiber Talks Filmmaking at TAU February 5, 2018 The actor, director and screenwriter visiting Israel this week gave a widely-attended masterclass at TAU's Steve Tisch School of Film and Television.  
A Biological Approach to Precision Medicine Targets Endless Number of Diseases February 1, 2018 Self-assembling platform effectively delivers inhibitory RNA molecules to targeted cell populations, TAU researchers say.  
Benefits of Smoking Cessation Medications Diminish Over Time January 30, 2018 Beneficial effect of the drugs dwindles to a mere 8% after a year, say TAU researchers.  
Remains of Earliest Modern Human Outside of Africa Unearthed in Israel January 25, 2018 Discovery of jawbone pushes back history of Homo sapiens migration by at least 50,000 years, TAU and University of Haifa researchers say.  
Buchmann-Mehta in Miami January 18, 2018 Musicians from the Israel Philharmonic Orchestra and TAU will showcase their institutions' historic partnership on February 8.  
Israel Dig Unearths Prehistoric "Paradise" January 17, 2018 TAU, Israel Antiquities archaeologists uncover 500,000-year-old site described as a "paradise" for hunter-gatherers.  
TAU Archaeologists Discover "Oldest School in the World" January 9, 2018 Ancestors of modern humans taught their children how to make flint tools at prehistoric school, researchers say.  
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