(Left to right): Guy Dorman, Dr Zvi Reznic, Prof. Meir Feder

The Oscar goes to an Israeli team for developing a technology that significantly impacts the film industry

Unprecedented achievement for Tel Aviv University The American Academy of Motion Pictures officially announced: An Israeli achievement: Last night the American Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences announced the Academy Award winners in the Scientific & Engineering category for 2021: Prof. Meir Feder of the Iby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering at Tel […]

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Has Enlivex found a cure for Corona? “Almost all patients recovered within five days”; The stock soared

Has Enlivex found a cure for Corona? “Almost all patients recovered within five days”; The stock soared Success for Israeli Enlivex. 90% of the severe and critical COVID-19 patients recovered in 5-days and were released home. The drug is expected to potentially be relevant to various coronavirus strain mutations. Enlivex / Prof. Dror Mevorach Has […]

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Biden Era: Full Press Briefings

Biden Era: Full Press Briefings Department Press Briefing – February 2, 202102/02/2021 07:16 PM EST Ned Price, Department Spokesperson 2:39 p.m. EST MR PRICE: Good afternoon. Let me start with an apology. We were, of course, deferring to our White House colleagues to finish their briefing. Very sorry for the delay in getting started, but let’s do just that, let’s get started. […]

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Facebook Keeps On Growing

Facebook Keeps On Growing Nearly 17 years ago, on February 4, 2004, then-19-year old Harvard student Mark Zuckerberg, along with some of his classmates, launched a little website called Thefacebook. “Thefacebook is an online directory that connects people through social networks at colleges”, the original website greeted its visitors back then, explaining that it would enable them […]

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Global Vaccine Timeline Stretches to 2023

Global Vaccine Timeline Stretches to 2023 Most European nations, the U.S., Israel and the Gulf states are expected to have vaccinated 60-70 percent of their adult populations by the end of 2021. A new report by the Economist Intelligence Unit shows that depending on where you live, the road to national inoculation protection against COVID-19 might still be […]

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