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In the Harvard Business Review, TAU prof says politics is changing the way we shop and work.


Steve Tisch School student film to screen at Cannes in May!


National Geographic reports on Tel Aviv University's excavation site.


TAU researcher discovers a genetic mechanism that makes octopuses and squids "the most intelligent invertebrates."

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IDEAS Immersion Program to Host Nine Female Entrepreneurs from TAU May 26, 2017 Acceleration program partners with Cross Campus and Google to help budding women entrepreneurs incubate startups.  
Prof. Jacob A. Frenkel Elected to Second Term as Chairman of TAU's Board of Governors May 25, 2017 Internationally-acclaimed economist will continue to "greatly contribute to the further development of Tel Aviv University."  
Solving the Riddle of the Snow Globe May 25, 2017 TAU research explains the process of sedimentation in natural and industrial contexts.  
TAU Bestows Honorary Doctorate on Pouran Toufer Nazarian May 24, 2017 University's highest honor recognizes Iranian philanthropist and visionary.  
A Glow Stick That Detects Cancer? May 1, 2017 TAU researchers devise a novel probe to identify and measure microscopic cell activity.  
TAU Study Links Cannabis Use in Adolescence to Schizophrenia April 26, 2017 Psychoactive compound in cannabis may trigger the brain disorder, researchers say.  
Violent Attacks Against Jews Declined 12% in 2016, But Anti-Semitic Hate Speech Spiked April 25, 2017 U.S. college campuses saw a 45% rise in anti-Semitism of all forms, annual TAU Kantor Center study reports.  
Israeli Student Film Sets Guinness World Record April 5, 2017 Lior Geller's "Roads" noted for most awards won by a short student film.  
Tiny Whiteflies Provide Insight into Stabilizing Manmade Drones during Takeoff April 5, 2017 The insects spread their wings only after leaping, rotating and reversing direction in midair, TAU researchers say.  
Where the Jordan Stops Flowing April 3, 2017 Regional cooperation key to river restoration strategy that could be emulated around the world, says TAU researcher.  
Infant Vitamin B1 Deficiency Leads to Poor Motor Function and Balance March 29, 2017 Lack of vitamin has long-term consequences for children's health, TAU researchers say.  

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