Tuesday, July 7, 2015 Tammuz 20, 5775

Alzheimer's conference brings together Israelis and Palestinians
By:
Diana Aydin, JE Feature
For the past three years, Mark Gluck, professor of neuroscience at Rutgers University-Newark, often spent nearly half of his weeks working for the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency. Tuesdays and Thursdays were devoted to developing military robots -- the "R2-D2s for the future" -- and, in the past, he also worked for the Office of Naval Research "to help the...
Comment0
Real estate needs more than that, but does it really need the big feet of government?
By:
Michael L. Schwartz, JE Feature
What started as a trickle about two years ago, with a softening in the real estate market, has now turned into a full-blown watershed event with this week's congressional action or inaction -- rescue or surrender -- as evidence. Our world financial system has changed dramatically with credit markets freezing up, investment banks going belly up, the U.S. government bailing...
Comment0
By:
Roy S. Gutterman, JE Feature
Sitting at "The Matchmaker's" dining-room table, I began filling out the forms she said she'd give to her private investigator to complete my background check. From where I sat, I could see into her bedroom, where her bed was still unmade. It seemed incongruous that a businesswoman who's so clearly focused on appearances would not only have a guy totally...
Comment0
Comment0
By:
Beneviste "Benny" Natan calls himself a "regular guy" who just happens to spend his days working on a particularly challenging problem: How to build a better weapon. Natan runs the Missile Pro-pulsion Laboratory at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa. On September 19, he told a Center City audience -- about 45 local donors to Israel's oldest institute of...
Comment0
Advertisement
Advertisement

Advertisement