Poor infant sleep may indicate attention problems later

The results showed that infant sleep are linked to toddler attention regulation and behaviour problems. 

Will robots too show some manners?

Even as the possibility of robots replacing peacekeeping personnel in highly tense civilian encounters grows, a new research has revealed that people expect such robots to be gentle and polite while engaging with humans.

How cooking food affected health 400,000 years ago

Researchers have stumbled upon evidence of early prehistoric 'balanced' diet as well as the presence of respiratory irritants such as charcoal, during excavation of Qesem Cave in Israel.

Manmade pollution could be 400,000 years old

Man could have started polluting around 400,000 years ago, suggests a new study. 

Water was probably `abundant` in first billion years of universe

In a new research, scientists have claimed that water could have been plentiful in the early years of universe.

Devendra Fadnavis hardsells Mumbai as global investment destination
Devendra Fadnavis hardsells Mumbai as global investment destination

 Maharashtra government has started an initiative to develop Mumbai into a global financial centre, Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis here said, as he sought to attract Israeli investments in his state.

Devendra Fadnavis offers to set up Indo-Israel industrial park in Maharashtra

 Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has offered to set up an Indo-Israel industrial park in his state, saying the collaboration will help take the bilateral ties to "the next level", besides creating a wonderful eco-system for the community at large.

Roll up TV screen soon and chill out

In what could herald an era of bendable screens, researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed a novel structure that can be used to produce thin, transparent and flexible digital displays for TV sets, smartphones and tablets.

Alcohol, drug abuse are hazards of retirement among older adults

A new study has recently revealed that host of circumstances surrounding leaving the work force can lead to substance abuse disorders among older adults.

Air pollution leads to adverse pregnancy outcomes

A recent study by Tel Aviv University researchers has provided new evidence linking high exposure to air pollution to an increased risk of congenital malformations.

New breathalyzer test could help detect `deadly` lung cancer

Researchers have developed a breathalyzer test that could help detect cancer.

Indian businessmen announce grant to promote Hindi in Israel

In a major boost to promotion of Hindi in Israel, Indian businessmen here have announced a grant of about USD 33,000 for students learning the language, during World Hindi Day Celebration at Tel Aviv University.

Heart attacks hit poor the hardest

Even a heart attack can discriminate between the poor and the wealthy.

Echolocation behind bats ruling nights

Bats rule the night skies due to the power of echolocation or reflected sound which gives the mammals an evolutionary edge over other nocturnal species, a new study has found.

How `flawed` transport gene contributes to autism

Researchers have said that mutations in an autism-linked gene, dubbed NHE9, involved in transporting substances in and out of structures within the cell, causes communication problems among brain cells that may contribute to the disease`s development.

Bats catch insects by sonar and not vision during twilight

Researchers have found that echolocation works better than eyesight, even under adequate light.

Fish oil heals bed sores too

Fish oil promotes healing in bed sores of critically ill patients, too, says an Israeli research.

Newly developed protein can protect and restore brain function

A Tel Aviv University research has developed a new peptide in her lab to protect and restore nerve cell communications.

Now, restorative gel that can reverse paralysis

Scientists have developed a biodegradable implant, which in combination with a gel - that increases nerve growth and healing - can help restore the functionality of a torn or damaged nerve.

Stressful work conditions can up diabetes risk

Work conditions can predict development of diabetes in healthy employees, a new study has found.