Tel Aviv University

Tel Aviv University

Public university located in ramat aviv, tel aviv, israel

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Mike Butcher
January 16, 2021
TechCrunch
Israel's startup ecosystem raised record amounts of funding and produced 19 IPOs in 2020, despite the pandemic. Now tech companies across industries are poised for an even better year, according to more than a dozen investors we talked to in the country. Mainstay sectors like cybersecurity continue to matter, they said, but are maturing (more [...]
Mike Butcher
January 16, 2021
TechCrunch
Israel's startup ecosystem raised record amounts of funding and produced 19 IPOs in 2020, despite the pandemic. Now tech companies across industries are poised for an even better year, according to more than a dozen investors we talked to in the country. Mainstay sectors like cybersecurity continue to matter, they said, but are maturing (more [...]
November 8, 2020
SciTechDaily
Tel Aviv University breakthrough has applications in cancer detection, security and even gaming. New research from Tel Aviv University will allow cameras to recognize colors that the human eye and even ordinary cameras are unable to perceive. The technology makes it possible to image gases and
Ian Randall
July 24, 2020
Mail Online
Nazi forces ultimately crammed more than 460,00 people into the 1.3 square mile area of the Ghetto, which was created in Occupied Poland in late 1940.
Christopher Carbone
May 28, 2020
Fox News
Israeli researchers have helped thwart a potentially massive cyberattack, a study showed.
Andy Greenberg
May 19, 2020
Wired
Firms like Google and Cloudflare raced to prevent an amplification attack that threatened to take down large portions of the internet with just a few hundred devices.
February 25, 2020
EurekAlert!
Researchers at Tel Aviv University (TAU) have discovered a non-oxygen breathing animal. The unexpected finding changes one of science's assumptions about the animal world.
Chris Ciaccia
February 17, 2020
Fox News
A type of cancer that still afflicts humans has been found in a dinosaur fossil that was unearthed in Canada, according to experts.
PTI
February 12, 2020
The Hindu
Gita Sen is an adjunct professor of global health and population at Harvard University and has been a professor of public policy at the Indian Institute of Management in Bangalore.
Science X staff
October 15, 2019
phys.org
Astronomers have completed the largest survey to date of the faint outskirts of nearby galaxies, successfully testing a low-cost system for exploring these local stellar systems. R. Michael Rich of the University of California, Los Angeles led an international team carrying out a survey for the Haloes and Environments of Nearby Galaxies (HERON) collaboration, published in a paper in Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society. The team find that the diameters of the galactic outskirts--the haloes--appear to correlate with the brightness and type of galaxy.
By Joe Pinkstone For Mailonline
September 24, 2019
Mail Online
Scientists and archaeologists analysed slagheaps left by the copper mines in what is now southern Jordan and Israel.
By Danyal Hussain For Mailonline
September 10, 2019
Mail Online
Remains of a fortification at Kiriath-Jearim, a hill on the outskirts of Abu Ghosh, a village near Jerusalem, have been uncovered by researchers who believe it is the biblical town of Emmaus.
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