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Gene editing technology: opening the way to upgrading plants

Gene editing technology is an advanced field of plant science used to develop new and improved plant species. By editing the genes, it is possible to change the genetic characteristics of plants in a focused and precise manner. This is an important tool that allows scientists to work in a focused manner with plants and improve their desired properties. Gene editing technology is a powerful tool that can be used to make changes

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A new plant that survives extreme heat conditions has been discovered in the USA
Science and research

Plants that Can Survive in Extreme Environments Discovered: A Fascinating Discovery by Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley

Researchers at the University of California, Berkeley have discovered new plants that can survive in extreme environments, indicating the amazing ability of plants to adapt and develop under harsh and unusual conditions. In their study, the researchers discovered a new species of plant called Dudleya verityi, which manages to survive in extremely hot and dry environments. The Dudleya verityi plant is found in Death Valley National Park, one of the hottest and driest places

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Environmental

NEW RESEARCH REVEALS AI CAN HELP US REDUCE OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT BY UP TO 70%

A NEW STUDY FROM OXFORD UNIVERSITY HAS FOUND THAT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN HELP US REDUCE OUR CARBON FOOTPRINT BY UP TO 70%. THE STUDY FOUND AI COULD BE USED TO IMPROVE ENERGY EFFICIENCY, DEVELOP NEW RENEWABLE ENERGY SOURCES AND REDUCE WASTE. A NEW STUDY BY OXFORD UNIVERSITY HAS FOUND THAT ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE CAN HELP US REDUCE FOOTPRINT

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Herbs show potential in the fight against antibiotic resistance
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Herbs show potential in the fight against antibiotic resistance

Antibiotic resistance is a serious problem that is becoming increasingly difficult to treat. As bacteria become more resistant to antibiotics, the effectiveness of these drugs decreases. This has led to several deaths worldwide, and it is estimated that by 2050, antibiotic resistance could cause 10 million deaths each year. There is a growing body of research indicating that herbs

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Vitality and general well-being

Green tea extract lowers blood sugar

Research demonstrates the potential of green tea extract in reducing risks of metabolic syndrome. A new study in people with a cluster of risk factors for heart disease showed that consuming green tea extract,

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People were able to heal themselves through lucid dreams; This is according to a study

THE FINDINGS OF A GROUNDBREAKING NEW STUDY ON LUCID DREAMING. IT IS INDICATED THAT THOSE, WHO ARE TRAINED IN PRACTICE, NOT ONLY SEE A DRAMATIC IMPROVEMENT IN THEIR PTSD SYMPTOMS, BUT MAY ALSO EXPERIENCE A CHANGE AT THE BIOLOGICAL LEVEL. RESEARCH ON LUCID DREAMS, IN WHICH A PERSON WAKES UP IN A DREAM, HAS YIELDED A FASCINATING INSIGHT INTO THE NEUROLOGICAL FEATURES OF THIS CONDITION. MOST OF THE INVESTIGATION SO FAR HAS FOCUSED ON MAPPING

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RESEARCH; FIBROMYALGIA (PAIN) PATIENTS TEND TO REPLACE PAIN MEDICATION WITH CBD

A new study published in The Journal of Pain evaluated the results of a large online survey, and found that many fibromyalgia patients replace pain medications with CBD – a non-psychoactive component of the cannabis plant. The opioid epidemic continues to trigger addiction and claim lives. Pharmaceutical companies declared back in the 1990s that patients would not become addicted to opioid painkillers. A few decades later, millions

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Science and research

Magic mushrooms are being studied in Israel; List of studies conducted in Israel on psilocybin

Not only cannabis: on the Ministry of Health website it is possible to submit a request to conduct research on substances such as psilocybin (the active ingredient in the magic mushroom). So far, 3 such studies have been done and many more are on the way. MyTrial is an area on the Ministry of Health's website where you can submit requests for research and review a list of studies conducted or conducted in the past. We've tested for you what's been studied on mushrooms

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aquaculture; New Israeli Technology Could Help Ease Global Food Crisis

Researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed an innovative technology that enables the cultivation of 'enriched seaweed'. Those infused with nutrients, proteins, dietary fibers and minerals for human and animal needs. 'Fortified seaweed' has a particularly high nutritional value. And researchers from Tel Aviv University and the Israel Institute for Oceanographic Research in Haifa have developed innovative technology. enabling the growth of "enriched seaweed" infused with nutrients, proteins,

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Environmental

New Israeli research reveals unique and environmentally friendly way to purify soil

A new Israeli study presented at the 49th Annual Science and Environment Conference in Tel Aviv last July revealed another surprising ecological service that some plants can perform – the ability to absorb and remove an unusually large amount of toxic metals from contaminated strain. Cadmium, a common metallic component in fertilizers, is a common example. Strangely, the researchers found that these plants can purify soil even faster

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Study: Microdosing Psychedelic Mushrooms May Improve Mood

A large study recently published in Scientific Reports shows that microdosing psilocybin resulted in greater improvements in mental health and mood than in those who did not use the microdose. According to a new study, microdosing psilocybin mushrooms may offer mental health benefits. Here are some highlights to emphasize: – Micro dosing refers to the practice of regular use in small amounts

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Nature

Nature of the Land of Israel; Environment, flora and fauna

Flora and fauna life in Israel is rich and varied, partly due to the country's geographical location at the confluence of three continents. About 2,600 plant types have been identified, ranging from alpine species on the northern mountain slopes to crescent species in the steppe in the south.

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Psychedelic mushrooms
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An Israeli startup on a mission to make psychedelics a natural part of every doctor's treatment plan

Israeli startup PsyRx manufactures drugs from mushrooms and psychedelic plants. The team of researchers and professors believe they could offer a substitute for typical antidepressants, which can sometimes cause serious side effects. Disclaimer: This content does not constitute a recommendation or representation as a substitute for qualified professional medical treatment.  Israeli startup PsyRx is on a mission to make psychedelics a natural part of every doctor's treatment plan. Psilocybin is

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Vitality and general well-being

Staring at plants and landscapes lifted mood and positively affected brain waves; Urban afforestation – for the welfare of civilization

The act of observing plants itself "altered the EEG recordings in the brain and reduced stress, fear, anger and sadness, as well as reduced blood pressure, pulse rate, and muscle tension," according to a research paper by the Royal College of Physician, along with a Japanese study, revealed interesting details about beneficial human-nature connections that you can take with you... what

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The Israeli company Nextage promotes treatment of addiction disorders and neurological problems with the help of the psychedelic root "ibogaine"

As a society we have become accustomed to taking addictive substances, especially to change consciousness (work faster, without thinking). Humans use the most addictive drug known to man—five times more addictive than heroin—generating huge profits for the tobacco barons, billions of profits every year. The three main drugs of "our" culture—caffeine, nicotine, and alcohol—are everywhere. As well as other drugs such as – sugar, chocolate and television.

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telepathy and psychic perception during the psychedelic experience; Study of the University of Bergen, Norway

This article presents a study, conducted at a university in Norway, that includes interviews of people about telepathy cases they experienced, which occurred during psychedelic experiences. In order to expand our understanding of the nature and characteristics of these mysterious experiences, hitherto ignored in the scientific community. While the field of psychedelics or consciousness expanders has reached the mainstream and has gained momentum in recent times. In September, University of Bergen,

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Science and research

The University of California, Berkeley announced that it is launching a new center, dedicated to research and education on psychedelics

AT THE NEW CENTER, SCIENTISTS WILL USE PSYCHEDELICS TO "EXPLORE COGNITION, PERCEPTION, EMOTION AND THEIR BIOLOGICAL BASES IN THE HUMAN BRAIN," ACCORDING TO A PRESS RELEASE. AT THE SAME TIME, THE NEW CENTER WILL INVEST RESOURCES TO INFORM THE PUBLIC ABOUT THE "RAPIDLY ADVANCING FIELD OF RESEARCH." FOR STARTERS, UC BERKELEY'S CENTER FOR PSYCHEDELIC SCIENCE WILL EXAMINE PSILOCYBIN, THE MAIN PSYCHOACTIVE COMPONENT OF SO-CALLED "MAGIC MUSHROOMS." THIS STUDY IS FUNDED

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Israeli researchers have succeeded in generating electricity from plants

Israeli researchers have successfully produced electricity from plants in a study conducted by the director of the Renewable Energy Laboratory at Tel Aviv University's Faculty of Science, Prof. Yiftach Yaakobi announced. "All green plants contain real 'solar panels.' They know how to perceive a beam of light and turn it into a stream of electrons. This is the process of photosynthesis: using sunlight to produce an electric current. The professor informed the media: In the case of a plant,

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New database reveals; The secret relationship between plants and fungi

Leiden University researchers have compiled data collected by scientists over the past 120 years into a database of plant-fungal interactions. This important biological data is now freely available to researchers and nature conservationists. Almost all vascular plants interact with fungi by attaching to the roots, allowing them to obtain nutrients from the soil. This relationship, called Mycorrhiza, is symbiotic, since

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