A new medical innovation, developed at Tel Aviv University, uses 'stick it and forget it' skin electrodes affixed to the skin, just like a child's temporary tattoo, and is able to monitor muscle activity which discloses emotions.
A new study conducted by Tel Aviv University (TAU), Cornell University, and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine has claimed to discover genetic proof that the Bene Israel community in western India has Jewish roots.
A new polling of Israeli public opinion, published just days ahead of Israel's Independence Day, shows that the vast majority of citizens understand that the Judea and Samaria region is not "occupied Palestinian land," and that Israel has a right to assert its full sovereignty over the area.
While there has been a dramatic drop in volume of anti-Semitic incidents around the world in 2015, the viciousness and violence of the attacks have dramatically increased, an annual survey of the state of anti-Semitism around the world has found.
Using cutting-edge computerized image processing, an Israeli team of experts discerned that literacy during the First Temple period existed throughout all levels of the administrative, military and priestly systems of the Kingdom of Judah.
Israeli researchers at Tel Aviv University have designed a small robot inspired by locusts—those of Passover and 10 Plagues fame—that could play an important role in conducting automated surveillance and emergency response.
Immediately after the Paris terror attacks, 4.1 million people checked in with friends and relatives using Facebook Safety Check, technology developed by Facebook's Israel branch, and representatives of the German and Israel Space Agencies signed an agreement for cooperation on R&D.
French authorities are investigating whether Israeli university students of art history were victims of discrimination and racism after being refused entry to the Louvre museum and other famous sites in Paris.
The PA has used the Temple Mount as an excuse for inciting violence, claiming the holy site must remain 100% Muslim. A recent survey by Tel Aviv University shows that 46.5% of Israeli Arabs disagree, and would be open to a policy change allowing Jewish prayer on the Temple Mount.