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    1. Publisher: The Times of Israel
      The findings at the site relate to the border of the Natufian and Neolithic periods, which saw humans transition into agriculture and permanent settlement in villages, and no longer living as hunter-gatherers.
      - In Ancient foodies: Study reveals dietary preferences of Jordan Valley early humans
    2. Publisher: The Times of Israel
      This proves that at the time people began to specialize in different areas, whether it's people who specialized in hunting, fishing or making cultural symbols.
      - In Ancient foodies: Study reveals dietary preferences of Jordan Valley early humans
    3. Publisher: ISRAEL21c
      These findings have important implications for policy makers and others who are in charge of disaster response and crisis management.
      - In Charity, not crime, rises when natural disaster strikes - ISRAEL21c
    4. Publisher: Jpost
      Yair Zakovitch is one of the most original biblical scholars in Israel and around the world. In his works he explored the literary aspects of the Bible, and the intra-biblical interpretation and the evolution after the Bible.
      - In Prof. Yair Zakovitch to receive Israel Prize in Bible Studies
    5. Publisher: Jpost
      In his essays he developed a special method for identifying interrelationships between the books of the Bible, through word games and weaving motifs.
      - In Prof. Yair Zakovitch to receive Israel Prize in Bible Studies
    6. Publisher: The Times of Israel
      This was an area that was multi-religious and a very moving symbol of regional coexistence.
      - In One of the oldest mosques in the world uncovered in Tiberias
    7. Publisher: Jpost
      Beyond the basic importance and the accompanying excitement of identifying new species that we have not yet known, this discovery is also important in the context of application, strengthening our ability to research bee societies and produce meaningful information for pollination and nature conservation services.
      - In 2020 started with murder hornets, ends with new species of wild bee
    8. Publisher: Jpost
      We found that there are many significant changes both in the characteristics of the habitat and the food and nesting resources it provides to the bees, and in the bees society itself.
      - In 2020 started with murder hornets, ends with new species of wild bee
    9. Publisher: The Times of Israel
      The debris was excavated and seems to be impressive testimony to the earthquake of 1033 in which Tiberias was destroyed.
      - In Ancient oil lamp workshop, now at Israel Museum, shows the way we once lit
    10. Publisher: Jpost
      You needed to throw out the whole solar cell and make a new one, so this is one of the advantages of this technology.
      - In Israeli researchers discover how to lengthen life of solar panels
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