96-year-old Jewish Nobel Prize winner says he’s driven by science not accolades

Posted on October 7th, 2018
By TOI STAFF and AP; The Times of Israel


Arthur Ashkin revolutionized eye surgery with his invention of ‘optical tweezers’ that grab particles, atoms, viruses and other living cells with laser beam fingers


Arthur Ashkin, the Jewish American who on Tuesday became the oldest Nobel Prize laureate in history, said that even at 96 years old, science is still what motivates him each day.


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Stanford researchers discover a 13,000-year-old beer brewery in Israel

Posted on September 30th, 2018
by Jaime Bender for FromtheGrapevine 


And the taste? More like thin oatmeal than the crisp, refreshing brews we enjoy today.


Have we been drinking beer longer than we've been eating bread?

That's the question emerging from an exciting find in a cave near Haifa, Israel, from a team of archaeologists from Stanford University, the University of Haifa and the Polish Academy of Sciences. The team, led by Chinese archaeology professor Li Liu, found a 13,000-year-old stone mortar that "accounts for the oldest record of man-made alcohol in the world,” Liu said.

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Golfers enjoy gourmet BLTs delivered by drone onto course

Posted on September 23rd, 2018
by Benyamin Cohen for FromtheGrapevine 


North Dakota fairway is first in nation to offer the automated concierge service.


Waiting until you finish your round of golf to enjoy some food from the clubhouse restaurant is so 2017. Why is that? Because on Aug. 18, guests at the King's Walk Golf Course in Grand Forks, North Dakota, experienced what was being called the first-ever food delivery service via drone on a golf course.

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