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Nov 20th, 2023Researchers receive major grant to discover how viruses of bacteria communicate Prof. Avigdor Eldar, from Tel Aviv University and a team of European scientists from the UK, and Spain have received the highly prestigious European Research Council Synergy award to reveal how viruses of bacteria communicate with each other
Nov 15th, 2023Researchers receive major grant to discover how plants sense water stress Prof. Eilon Shani, from Tel Aviv University and a team of European scientists from the UK, Norway, and Germany have received the highly prestigious European Research Council Synergy award to reveal how roots and shoots sense water stress
Oct 31st, 2023Call for 2 Tenure Track Positions - The School of Zoology and the Steinhardt Seeking dynamic research leaders for up to two joint tenure-track positions at the School of Zoology and the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History, Tel Aviv University
Oct 9th, 2023In light of the difficult security situation The opening of the school year has been postponed. Studies will begin October 22nd instead of October 15th.
The opening of the school year has been postponed. Studies will begin October 22nd instead of October 15th.
Oct 8th, 2023Special Update - 24/10/2023 Due to recent events, we have gathered some important updates for you. Stay tuned for more updates and don't hesitate to contact us for assistance and help
Sep 19th, 20232 Openings for Faculty Positions in the Shmunis School 2 Faculty Position in the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research, Faculty of Life Sciences, Tel Aviv University, Israel
Jul 30th, 2023Breakthrough: for the 1st time in the world researchers destroyed most cancer The researchers: "The targeted drug delivery system we developed is the first to effectively reach cancer cells inside the bone marrow."
Jul 10th, 2023A discovery that may lead to Personalized medicine for infectious diseases The research was led by Prof. Irit Gat-Viks and Prof. Eran Bacharach, with the doctoral students Ofir Cohn and Gal Yankovitz from the Shmunis School of Biomedicine and Cancer Research in the George S. Wise Faculty of Life Sciences
Jul 4th, 2023We bow our heads in sadness this morning, with the publication of the news of Prof. Guiado Sessa was the former head of the School of Plant Sciences and Food Security and a significant member of the academic staff and research team of the Faculty of Life Sciences
Jul 3rd, 2023Researchers induce cancer cells to 'commit suicide' with a self- Researchers at Dan Peer Lab, Tel Aviv University, encoded a toxin produced by bacteria into mRNA (messenger RNA) molecules and delivered these particles directly to cancer cells, causing the cells to produce the toxin – which eventually killed them with a success rate of 50%