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Nicosia, there I went…

A short time ago Larnaca, Cyprus made the news for holding a large civilian wedding for multiple couples from Israel. I have already blogged about the discriminatory policy that a successful start-up country and high-tech power such as Israel has … Continue reading

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The dual nature of gender bias

I wasn’t intending to write this blog. Not at all. I’d rather write about science–in fact I have two or three drafts that I have been thinking about for some time, and would much prefer to write. But like a … Continue reading

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International Women’s Day: 100 years

Seeing as it’s now exactly almost 100 years since the first celebration of International Women’s Day, I thought it might be important to have some perspective on the equality of women in Israel, a country where I spent many important … Continue reading

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Criminal leadership: a bad situation for citizens and scientists

Happy New Year to everyone. And while many countries celebrated the coming year, not in every country is the New Year based on the Gregorian Calendar. And not in every country was the New Year’s break a happy time. The … Continue reading

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