Strategy, Plague and War: Israel’s Complex Nuclear Future

Despite the noise and aggressive self-promotion, Trump administration diplomacy in the Middle East and Africa has always been a net-negative for Israel. While Israelis have generally been grateful to the Trump White House for providing America’s “good offices” with Bahrain, UAE and Sudan, this gratitude is shortsighted and misplaced. In essence, negotiated pacts with these […]

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The Sky is Not the Limit

Tel Aviv University Builds and Launches a Nanosatellite into Space. The small satellite, designed and assembled on campus, will measure cosmic radiation around the earth The TAU-SAT1 nanosatellite was devised, developed, assembled, and tested at the new Nanosatellite Center, an interdisciplinary endeavor of the Faculties of Engineering and Exact Sciences and the Porter School of […]

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Israeli Medical Startup Aidoc Gets 6th FDA Approval

Aidoc received the clearance for the commercial use of its triaging and notification algorithms for flagging and communicating incidental pulmonary embolism. Aidoc, an Israeli startup which develops diagnostic tools for radiologists powered by artificial intelligence, has received regulatory clearance from the US Food and Drug Administration for the commercial use of its triaging and notification […]

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About the rank of sources and the reliability of data in the scientific study

Science is what distinguishes the state of ignorance or misunderstanding and the state of discerning with a well-organized knowledge that is continuously broadened. Science is focused on making discoveries, investigating hidden phenomena by making unknowns (“X”) invariably a priority. Today’s academia endlessly undecided on the assessment of the status and reliability of a source. The […]

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