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TAU paleontologists unearthed what may be the earliest example of humans storing food for later consumption.


TAU archaeologists reveal why ancient humans in Israel collected feathers 420,000 years ago.


TAU launches its new Center for Quantum Science and Technology.


TAU archaeologists may have found Emmaus, where Jesus is said to have appeared after crucifixion.


TAU research ties an active sex life to long-term survival after a heart attack.


TAU debate team wins the European Round Robin, an exclusive university-level debate competition held in Warsaw, Poland.

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TAU Partners with Columbia University to Launch Dual Degree Program December 5, 2019 Israeli university's first-ever joint undergraduate program with an Ivy League university offers students a world-class liberal arts education on two continents.  
TAU’s Prof. Ilan Tsarfaty Awarded Breast Cancer Research Foundation Grant December 5, 2019 BCRF granted $66 million in funding to 275 scientists at institutions worldwide in 2019.  
TAU's Prof. Carmit Levy Receives Young Investigator Award at Society for Melanoma Research Summit December 4, 2019 Researcher honored for major contributions to the field of melanoma research.  
Your Zip Software Can Calculate the Complex Physical Quantity Called Entropy December 4, 2019 A standard compression algorithm could revolutionize physical and biological computations, TAU researchers say.  
Eating in Sync With Biological Clock Could Replace Problematic Diabetes Treatment December 3, 2019 An early-morning, carb-filled meal improves glycemic control among diabetics, TAU researchers say.  
New Treatment Triggers Self-Destruction of Pancreatic Cancer Cells December 2, 2019 Research conducted on human pancreatic tumors transplanted in mice reveals promising results, TAU researchers say.  
Autism-Related Genetic Mutations Occur in Aging Brains of Alzheimer's Patients November 26, 2019 Significant overlap found between Alzheimer's-related mutations and those producing autism, TAU researchers say.  
TAU Researcher Directs Israeli Participation in "Hope Barometer" for the First Time November 21, 2019 International project sponsored by Swiss Society for Future Studies.  
First AI Week Kicks Off at TAU September 19, 2019 Weeklong conference features workshops, seminars and a hackathon addressing the industry's hottest topics.  
New Pulsed Electric Field Technology Could Allow for Less Invasive Tumor Molecular Profiling November 19, 2019 Electroporation bears less of the negative consequences of biopsies, say TAU, IDC, Technion researchers.  
Haylee Zirman Joins AFTAU as Senior Director for the Northeast Region November 13, 2019 Former Hillel and UJA development executive brings successful experience in the New York Jewish philanthropic community.  

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