Verona Radosh (92) being vaccinated against coronavirus in Tel Aviv last December. Photograph:  Amir Levy/Getty Images

Israelis aged 60 and over will be able to receive a third Covid-19 jab from this Sunday, provided that five months have passed since they received the(...)

Hyperbaric Oxygen Therapy Chamber at the National Hyperbaric Centre, Dublin.  File Photograph: Eric Luke/The Irish Times

It appears that major effects of ageing at the cellular level and at the level of human cognition can be reversed by breathing pure oxygen while sitti(...)

Hundreds of species could face reduced life-spans from the effects of climate change and even come under greater risk of extinction, a new study has f(...)

Trinity College Dublin is ranked in 46th spot globally, up two places compared with 2017. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Trinity College Dublin continues to produce more entrepreneurs than any other university in Europe, according to new independent research. A report c(...)

Israeli soldiers inspect the remains of an Israeli F-16 fighter jet that was shot down after taking fire from a  Syrian anti-aircraft system, near the northern Israeli Kibbutz  of Harduf. Photograph: Abir Sultan/EPA

Israel launched its most intensive air strikes yet against Iranian forces in Syria on Saturday after intercepting what it said was an Iranian drone an(...)

A jawbone with teeth recently discovered at Misliya Cave on Mount Carmel In Israel, dated to 177,000-194,000 years ago. Photograph: Tel Aviv University/EPA

The discovery of a prehistoric jawbone in a cave in Israel forces scientists to rethink theories of how the earliest humans came to populate the plane(...)

A complete jawbone with teeth recently discovered at Misliya Cave on Mount Carmel, Israel. The jawbone is dated to 177,000-194,000 years ago, indicating that modern humans were present in the Levant at least 50,000 years earlier than previously thought. Photograph: EPA/Tel Aviv University

A prehistoric jawbone discovered in a cave in Israel has prompted scientists to rethink theories of how the earliest human pioneers came to populate t(...)

Evidence of primitive stone tools uncovered in Israel. Photograph: Tel Aviv University

Israeli archaeologists have uncovered the extraordinarily well-preserved site of a prehistoric “paradise” used more than half a million years ago by S(...)

Palestinian protesters clash with Israeli soldiers during a demonstration in the occupied West Bank village of Silwad. Photograph: Abbas Momani/AFP/Getty Images

The two-state solution is in peril. With the Israeli right in the ascendant, the peace process frozen and the presence in the White House of a preside(...)

A photo from the Israel Antiquities Authority shows letters inscribed on pottery unearthed in a fort in Arad, Israel, and dated to about 600 BC. A new analysis suggests that literacy may have been more widespread than previously known in the Holy Land at this time. The findings could influence a debate about when the main body of biblical texts was composed. Photograph: Michael Cordonsky/Israel Antiquities Authority via the New York Times

Eliashib, the quartermaster of the remote desert fortress, received his instructions in writing – notes inscribed in ink on pottery asking for provisi(...)

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