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Slowing Down Skin Cancer

Tel Aviv University researchers decipher the mechanism that enables skin cancer to metastasize to the brain – delaying its spread by 80%. Once melanoma, or skin cancer, spreads to the brain, it becomes...

Medicine & Health

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Are Corals in Deep Trouble?

Reproductive capacity of coral decreases with water depth. Today, when coral reefs around the world are being severely damaged by climate change and other human impacts, many are pinning their hopes on deeper...

Life Sciences

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Making Wheat Rust-Resistant

Researchers respond to the global food crisis by enabling resistance of wheat to rust diseases. Wheat supplies about one fifth of all calories and proteins consumed by humanity. However, through the millennia,...

Life Sciences

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Like Manna from the Sea

Innovative technology may ease global food crisis: “enriched seaweed” with extremely high nutritional value. Researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Israel Oceanographic and Limnological Research Institute...

Life Sciences

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Why do Corals Glow?

For centuries, nature lovers and scientists have been fascinated by the fact that creatures in the sea are able to glow. The phenomenon is very common in reef-building corals, but its biological role has been...

Life Sciences

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Combating Stigmas, Helping Others Thrive

Scholarship helps psychology student pursue dream of treating mental health among Ethiopian Israelis. Coming from the Israeli-Ethiopian community, TAU student Bat El Bogala is intimately familiar with the challenges...

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From City of God to the Holy Land

Brazilian student will apply TAU expertise in social innovation to empower youth in her impoverished hometown. As a girl, TAU scholarship student Ana Letícia Araújo would accompany her mother from their favela...

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Nursing People through Hard Times

Tami Fund Scholarship gives TAU student Hodaya Levy Rublin the chance to follow her dream. As a teenager, Hodaya Levy Rublin fell in love with the nursing profession when she volunteered at a children’s hospital....

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Forging a Brighter Future through Caring

Motivated by scholarship for Israeli-Ethiopian students, TAU nursing undergrad aims to advance society through healthcare, academia and philanthropy. In both her professional and personal ambitions, Tel Aviv...

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A Rising Star in STEM and Social Engagement

TAU student and Schulich Leader Kochava Pavlov overcame adversity to succeed in academia and beyond. TAU undergrad Kochava Pavlov always loved learning, but for many years she didn’t believe that she would be...

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Standing Up to Climate Change

TAU researchers are making significant environmental impact on the ground—now. A software programmer, an ecologist and a wildlife photographer enter a room. This is not the preamble to a joke. This is a normal...

Climate Change

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From War in Ukraine to Studies at TAU

We welcome PhD researcher Maryana Sytar, who left her war-torn country. Tel Aviv University welcomed the first Ukrainian researcher who will spend the coming semester at the University after she was forced to...

Ukraine

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AI Week 2022 Draws over 5,000

Three-day virtual event hosted by TAU forecasts an exciting future in artificial intelligence. Israel’s leading AI Week was recently organized by Tel Aviv University and covered breakthroughs and innovations...

AI

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Israeli Breakthrough in Treating PTSD

World first: TAU-led team shows success of oxygen therapy in alleviating symptoms of PTSD in military veterans. Researchers from Tel Aviv University and Israel’s Shamir Medical Center were able to successfully relieve...

PTSD

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And Let There Be Light

Efforts by TAU’s Clinical Law Program will help keep electricity running for those who are struggling to pay utility bills. The recent drop in temperature in Israel has led to a significant increase in electricity...

law

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Start Up Nation in Ancient Canaan

Thanks to advanced management skills, the Arava became the copper power of the ancient world. A new Tel Aviv University study has determined that thanks to advanced management methods and impressive technological...

Archeology

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