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Wednesday, October 18, 2017
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Museum meets virtual reality at Tower of David’s new Innovation Lab
Old City of Jerusalem institution expands role with aim of hosting 'startup ecosystem'
Mobileye’s CEO sets out formula for safe and cheap self-driving cars
Amnon Shashua presents mathematical model that determines who is to blame in case of collisions, and software that will help avoid them
Cancer rates for men down in Israel, but not for women
Results attributed to decrease in colon and prostate cancer rates; breast cancer incidence stable for 25 years
Mossad seeks spontaneous optimist with sense of humor
Language skills and techno smarts are mere 'advantages' in spy agency recruiting ad; an upbeat, playful character, though, is 'a significant advantage'
17 academic colleges call strike amid wage dispute
Labor action comes a week before the opening of school year; senior staff want pay to match universities
Anti-Zionists fueled a far-right victory
NEW YORK (JTA) -- Last month, New York’s Center for Jewish History was the target of a right-wing campaign seeking to oust its new president, David Myers, over his dovish views on Israel. The campaign drew an appropriately outraged response from leading Jewish scholars, who rallied around Myers, a highly regarded historian who has publicly opposed the anti-Israel BDS -- Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions -- movement. Now, one of the five independent historical organizations housed at the center, the American Jewish Historical Society, is also coming under attack. This time,...
'We did not expect it to be confirmed within our lifetimes'
Israeli scientists predicted effects seen in historic neutron star study
The scientific community was skeptical following a 1989 paper positing that stars' collision leads to the creation of heavy elements, like gold
Israeli business delegation heading to Cuba, with tacit Jerusalem consent
In first, Israel-Latin American Chamber of Commerce is taking companies to Havana in December, to partner directly with the regime and government-owned firms
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