Comparative cultures


While Arabs plan war, Israelis and Jews forge new research paths that aid  all of humanity.  

From Haifa to Stockholm 
Two Israelis and an American will share this year's Nobel Prize for Chemistry.
The Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences recognized Aaron Ciechanover and Avram Hershko of the Technion in Haifa and U.S. chemist Irwin Rose for their breakthrough research into the human immune system in the 1980s. The $1.3 million prize, announced Wednesday, will be awarded Dec. 8.
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