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HU Researchers Map Israel’s Deepest Cave

Researchers from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem have discovered the deepest cave in Israel. Located near Israel’s border with Lebanon, the cave was recently mapped by researchers from the...
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Was da Vinci Wrong?

New paradigm shows that friction and fracture are interrelated, say Hebrew University physics researchers Overturning conventional wisdom stretching all the way to Leonardo da Vinci, new Hebrew...
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How Octopuses Don’t Tie Themselves in Knots

An octopus’s arms are covered in hundreds of suckers that will stick to just about anything, with one important exception: those suckers generally won’t grab onto the octopus itself, otherwise...
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Extinct types of humans

How are we different and what gave us the advantage over extinct types of humans like the Neanderthals? Jerusalem — In parallel with modern man (Homo sapiens), there were other, extinct types of...
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Can the blind ‘hear’ colors and shapes?

  Yes, show Hebrew University researchers   Jerusalem -- What if you could ‘hear’ colors? Or shapes? These features are normally perceived visually, but using sensory substitution devices...
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Cultural differences

Cultural differences don't necessarily determine outcome of our activities, say researchers A generally held assumption in various academic disciplines is that the way people perform various...
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