How important is it to be internationally engaged? How do exchange programs enrich us and society?
Israeli researchers 3D-bioprint an entire active tumor that will enable faster tumor diagnoses, help provide swifter treatment for patients, and more accurate drug developments
Exploring the characteristics of neural circuits that underlie language and reading acquisition in children with language and reading difficulties due to a neurobiological source
Researchers develop a faster, cheaper method to produce customized optical components for a variety of applications in corrective eyewear, medical imaging and virtual reality
Fulbright Israel webinar on the role of Israel in addressing environmental and global health crises
When we meet on-line, what kind of rhetoric are we facing? What kind of choices do we have? As face-to-face communication moves to meeting online, how do we choose our words and adjust our speech to fit these new formats?
Pre Departure Orientation for Fulbright Israeli fellows
Israeli researchers, among them Dr. Rachel Sarig, from Tel Aviv University, have identified an unknown type of ancient human that lived more than 100,000 years ago, which they named the "Nesher Ramla Homo type".