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Jerusalem Women’s Hackathon Students Develop Image-Processing Technology to Improve Lives

June 2, 2021 Nearly 25 percent of senior citizens in Israel live alone, causing a potentially fatal situation when …

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I wasn’t born yet during Operation Solomon

May 25, 2021 My mother waited 20 years for our aliyah from Gondar in 2007. It was a …

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The ‘best of both worlds’

May 11, 2021 Jerusalem native Avital Parasha explains why leading a life engaged in both Torah and science …

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For Israeli nursing students, COVID era spells multitude of tests

May 9, 2021 Nursing students played a vital role in Israel’s fight against the global pandemic, with many …

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Grapevine: Tribute to Isi Leibler

May 6, 2021 Movers and shakers from Israeli society. International Jewish leader and long-time Jerusalem Post columnist Isi …

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Israeli company launches app to help clear distressed minds

May 4, 2021 New ‘MindReset’ app uses unique mobile eye-tracking technology to help heal trauma. The Israel-based mobile …

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How international students can help solve Israel’s brain drain

By: Jake Sharfman May 3, 2021 While Israel has built a well-earned reputation as the “start-up nation” for …

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Israeli Ministry of Health Awards Jerusalem College of Technology Nursing Instructor for Outstanding Contributions During Pandemic

April 26, 2021 Dr. Chedva Levin, who is slated to head JCT’s new Internal Medicine track, moved to …

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