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Tel-Hai College is set to open up December with a bang!

On December 4th Tel-Hai Innovation Center will be hosting Galil INnovation, on the East Campus of Tel-Hai College- an entrepreneurial happening where entrepreneurs, investors, industrialists, municipal government leaders, NGOs, accelerator managers and students will all have a chance to mingle, exchange ideas, present recent developments, and sample some fine Galilean cuisine, including samples of some of our own foodtech

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Choosing the high road – not the easy road

The pioneers who established Tel-Hai on Israel’s northern frontier didn’t believe in doing what was easy – they believed in doing what was right. In making personal sacrifices for the common good.

Tel-Hai College believes that Israel, and the world, still needs pioneers prepared to make the hard choices necessary to do what is right. Beyond academic excellence, thinking out of the box, and adaptation to the technological world 

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iGEM 2019

iGEM Tel Hai 2019

iGEM Tel Hai 2019 is a team that came together to develop an innovative genetic tool that will enable the immune system to identify and target cancer cells, and to then destroy them accurately, subsequently revolutionizing cancer treatment worldwide.

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Study sheds new light on the genetic genome of Sunflowers

A new genomic study conducted by Dr. Sarel Huebner of the Tel-Hai College and MIGAL מיגל מכון למחקר מדעי בגליל (Migal Research Institute), published today in the prestigious journal Nature Plants, reveals that the sunflower is in fact a genetic mosaic composed of genomes of different species.
The study is considered a breakthrough because biological species, as defined by genetics and evolution scientists in the middle of the last century, cannot produce fertile offspring with another species. According to this new study, the sunflower genome is a genetic mosaic with sources from other wild species, some of which are quite distant from the cultural sunflower. The study examined close to 500 genomes of sunflowers and closely related species summing to 12 trillion databases! The vast amount of information that has been analyzed indicates that about a third of the sunflower genome is not common to all sunflower species in the world, and that 10 percent of the genes stem from eight wild species, some of which are classified as a different species. These findings shed light and challenge the way scientists from all over the world have defined biological species so far.

Read more: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41477-018-0329-0

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