Faculty in the media

Media publications

Publications relating to research in the Faculty published in the Israeli and international media:

2019:

August 2019:

Prof. Marcelle Machluf – Food Tech 2019 (Calaclist, Hebrew)

Prof.Yechezkel Kashi- Cleaning Pads (Channel 13, Hebrew)

 

April 2019:

Prof. Roee Amit for Winning the Yanai Teaching Praise Award (Ynet, Hebrew)

January 2019:

Falafel based spirulina seaweed wins development competition (The morning show, Reshet 13, in Hebrew)

February 2019:

Prof. Marcelle Machluf, Dean of the Faculty of Biotechnology and Food Engineering – Featured interview (Channel 12, in Hebrew)

Algae_I24News (I24news)

March 2019:

Nadin Salameh from The Orthodox Arab College-School won second place at the Biotechnology Olympics competition. (Colbo News, in Hebrew)

Nadin Salameh from The Orthodox Arab College-School won second place at the Biotechnology Olympics competition. (SonaraNet, in Arabic)

2018:

January 2018:

A new research changes The way of thinking about iron is transported in the body (hayadan, in Hebrew)

February 2018:

Release of drugs in an accurate place in the body by light without invasive intervention (hayadan, in Hebrew)

March 2018:

The mechanism of iron dispersion in the body (An interview in Hebrew with Assistant Professor Esther Miron-Holtz, Head of the Molecular Nutrition Laboratory)

April 2018:

May 2018:

An article about Interesting AgriFood Tech in Israel companies mentioning “BactuSense”‘, Headed by Prof. Esti Segal (Agfundernews)

July 2018:

An Exposure article about the faculty in the first addition of “foodtech” magazine (page 6). The content requires the Adobe Flash Player. (in Hebrew)

August 2018:

A radio interview with Assistant Professor Boaz Mizrahi about curing fungal infections using a soil-dwelling bacteria (kan tarbut, in Hebrew)

September 2018:

November 2018:
An Interview with Dr. Esther Miron-Holtz that deciphered the Fritin and iron mechanisms in the body – the study may improve treatment of Crohn’s disease (NEWS 1, in Hebrew)

Tech Women 11/18 – Prof. Marcelle Machluf (in hebrew):

December 2018: