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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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Lightning's Electromagnetic Fields May Have Protective Properties February 8, 2019 Extremely low frequency fields may have played an evolutionary role in living organisms, say TAU researchers.  
Study Links Adult Fibromyalgia to Childhood Sexual Abuse February 6, 2019 Hyperbaric oxygen therapy sessions are an effective treatment, TAU researchers say.  
Adolescents With Celiac Disease Are at Higher Risk of Eating Disorders February 4, 2019 Overweight teenage girls with CD are at highest risk of developing early hallmarks of full-blown eating disorders, TAU researchers say.  
White Blood Cells Related to Allergies and Asthma May Also Be Harnessed to Destroy Cancer Cells January 22, 2019 Eosinophil immune cells are capable of killing colon cancer cells, TAU researchers say.  
New Yeast Model of Metabolic Disorders May Lead to Life-saving Therapies January 16, 2019 Unicellular organism mimics pathology and symptoms of congenital diseases, TAU researchers say.  
TAU-Led International Team Discovers New Way Supermassive Black Holes Are "Fed" January 14, 2019 These "giant monsters" were observed suddenly devouring gas in their surroundings.  
New Biomarker Links Cancer Progression to Genome Instability January 10, 2019 High level of specific protein in tumors indicates prognosis as well as optimal treatments, TAU researchers say.  
Microplastics and Plastic Additives Discovered in Ascidians All Along Israel's Coastline January 3, 2019 TAU report is first to assess presence of plastic additives in Eastern Mediterranean and Red Sea marine life.  
Heart Cell Defect Identified as Possible Cause of Heart Failure in Pregnancy January 2, 2019 TAU research has diagnostic and therapeutic implications.  
Sustainable "Plastics" Are on the Horizon December 24, 2018 New sustainable biopolymer technology developed by TAU researchers may one day free the world of its worst pollutant.  
Drivers Who Can "Bid" for Parking Spaces May Improve Parking Options Around the World December 17, 2018 Parking algorithm can relieve pressure on lucrative parking areas, TAU researchers say.  

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