The Robot Locust Prof. Amir Ayali
When grasshoppers adopt a swarming lifestyle, they undergo extreme physical, behavioral, and neurological changes.
Virus Behavior Under the Microscope Prof. Eran Bacharach
New imaging technologies are helping scientists to more safely integrate genomes into infected cells.
Diagnosing Brain Damage Dr. Uri Nevo
Cell biophysics in the brain — to be exact, neuronal hydrodynamics or intracellular water displacement.
Cell Communication Prof. Marcelo Ehrlich
How cells communicate with their surroundings and move cellular material from place to place.
From Benign to Melanoma Dr. Carmit Levy
In the past 30 years, the incidence of melanoma in the US has risen more than any other cancer.
A Revolution in Drug Delivery for Ovarian Cancer Prof. Dan Peer
Using nanotechnology to generate new therapeutic approaches to cancer.
Prescription App Diagnoses Bipolar Disease Dr. Uri Nevo
New system detects changes in patients' behavioral patterns and transmits them to professionals in real time.
Fibroblasts in Breast Cancer Metastasis Dr. Neta Erez
Tumor microenvironments play a crucial role in all stages of tumorigenesis.
Inheriting Immunity Dr. Oded Rechavi
Discovering how some simple organisms can inherit certain acquired traits.
Active Wear for Bats Dr. Yossi Yovel
Miniature GPS systems and microphones are unlocking the secrets of bat behavior.
The World's Best Flyers Dr. Gal Ribak
How — and why — insects become superflyers has implications for engineering.
A Heart of Gold Dr. Tal Dvir
A hybrid patch could replace transplants.
When Yeast Gets Out of Control Prof. Judith Berman
Studying yeast may lead to breakthroughs in lessening drug resistance in humans.
Curing Alzheimer's Before It Starts Dr. Pablo Blinder
Brain function relies on the constant distribution of nutrients and oxygen. Change can indicate the onset of pathological conditions.
Making Energy from Algae Dr. Iftach Yacoby
The future of agriculture may lead to the production of energy as well as food.
How Soft Coral Withstands Ocean Acidification Prof. Yehuda Benayahu
Coral reefs may be the among the world's ecosystems to be wiped out by human life. Soft coral may be their savior.