By JLNJ Staff | January 04, 2018
A compound that disables cancer cells, developed by a Bar-Ilan University researcher, has been named by Israel21C as the #1 scientific breakthrough of the year in Israel. Bar-Ilan Prof. Uri Nir identified an enzyme.
Photo: Deputy Minister Michael Oren (center) is presented with a Certificated of Appreciation by (from left to right) IMUNA Vice President Jiries Elias, Bar-Ilan University students and conference organizers Daniel Elbogan and Eyal Tur, and IMUNA President Gavriel.
After $50 million donation, Israel's newest medical school to be renamed
By Judy Siegel-Itzkovich, November 14, 2017 17:28
The $50 million donation is the largest ever made by the Azrieli Foundation.
Bar-Ilan University’s Galilee Faculty of Medicine in Safed will be.
Ever since Ezra the Scribe introduced the regular, public practice of Torah reading (fifth century BCE), Kriat haTorah has been a key component of communal Jewish worship. Following a set procedure dating.
Prof. Arie Zaban, flanked by Board of Trustees Chairman Michael Jesselson and Council of Trustees Chairman Dr. Lipa Meir, was presented with a scroll upon his installation as the eighth president of Bar-Ilan University. In his inaugural speech Prof. Zaban.
Wow! It has just been announced that our own Professor Rachela Popovtzer and her team have been selected, in a highly compeeative process, to lead a major European Union project to develop nanoparticles capable of tracking the effects of cell.
The Documentation and Conservation of Life Stories of French-speaking Elderly in Retirement Homes and in the Community is a community-engagement academic project launched by the Department of French Studies at Bar-Ilan University.
by Alice Melão
Adding TyrNovo‘s NT-219 to Merck’sKeytruda (pembrolizumab) converted Keytruda-resistant tumors into therapy responders, stopping tumor progression, a study reports.
The research, which involved a number of cancers,.
The Dave Greber Non Fiction Social Justice Writing Award was established by Shirley Dunn, Dave’s partner, to honour his memory and his wishes to study in Israel. Dave was a prolific Canadian, working writer who was committed to the rigorous professionalism.
Israeli researchers and a cosmetician say they have made a breakthrough in fighting wrinkles and sagging skin by finding a way to insert a water-absorbing acid into deep layers of skin without the need for injections.
A Bar-Ilan University research team.