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Israeli scientists in defence of democracy
The Israeli government’s proposed reforms are already damaging science, says Ehud Keinan
Bronze age tin from Israeli shipwrecks was mined in Britain
Isotope analysis matches metal to mines in Devon and Cornwall suggesting ancient trade route existed
A biologically active compound from the biblical balm of Gilead, said to ‘heal the sin-sick soul’ and mentioned at the marriage of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle
Ada Yonath: 'I never wanted to be a scientist'
Nobel laureate Ada Yonath on childhood science, cat hotels and the price of fame
Teva to cut 14,000 jobs
Saddled with debt in an increasingly competitive generic drug industry, the Israel-headquartered giant begins a difficult transformation
The Weizmann contribution
How the future president of Israel kept Britain fighting in the first world war
Partnerships beyond political borders
Can scientific collaboration break through barriers?
The trouble with boycotts
Cutting academic ties with a censured state can do more harm than good, says Mark Peplow