However, decisions regarding the admissibility of "hedonic damages testimony" are not included. Those decisions can be found at "Hedonic Damages Decisions." The descriptions in this list are also provided in the more general list of legal cases of interest to forensic economists available by clicking on "Useful Decisions." The same organizational structure is used for this page that is used in the more general list. Israel is a member of many agencies within the UN, including the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).Israel also participates in other international organizations such as the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the World Health Organization (WHO).The first international organization which the Israeli government joined was the International Wheat Council, established as part of Point Four Program in early 1949.Since , the State of Israel has been a member of the United Nations.
There is increasing evidence that early life exposure to As affects fetal and child health, as well as development and health later in life.In the wake of a series of diplomatic rifts with Turkey and the rise of the Muslim Brotherhood in Egypt in 2011, Israel had increasingly unfriendly relations with those countries for a few years before things improved.During roughly the same period, Israeli relations with many countries in Europe including Greece and Cyprus in the context of the Energy Triangle and in Asia, including China and India, were enhanced, largely on account of the growth of Israel's high-tech economy.HGP at the start The HGP began officially in October 1990, but its origins go back earlier.In the mid-1980s, three scientists independently came up with the idea of sequencing the entire human genome: Robert Sinsheimer, then chancellor of University of California at Santa Cruz, as a way to spend million donated to his institution to build a telescope when that project fell through; Salk Institute researcher Rene Dulbecco as a way to understand the genetic origins of cancer and other diseases; and the Department of Energy's (DOE's) Charles De Lisi as a way to detect radiation-induced mutations, an interest of that agency since the atomic bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki.