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Hebrew U. law students win first place in Red Cross competition on laws of warfare

The Hebrew University representatives defeated eleven other groups from educational institutions from across Israel.


Aharon Barak Center for Interdisciplinary Legal Research to be inaugurated at Hebrew U.

The Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University will inaugurate the Aharon Barak Center for Interdisciplinary Legal Research


200 guests attended the Legal Group Annual Dinner at Middle Temple Hall

Lord Neuberger and Sharon Sionov spoke eloquently about the Law clinics run by the University in Jerusalem


10 HU young researchers awarded European Union research grants

Ten young researchers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem have been awarded competitive research grants by the European Research Council (ERC), totaling more than 12 million euros.


Hebrew U researcher selected for British Council grant for joint UK-Israel environmental research

Prof. Jaap van Rijn has been selected to receive funding for a joint project focusing on bacterially mediated removal of phosphorus in a non-polluting intensive mariculture system


2010 academic year to open at Hebrew U.

More than 23,000 students will be enrolled in studies this year at the university – among them, 11,450 undergraduate students, 6,820 master's degree students and 2,670 Ph.D. students.


Lord Neuberger delivers the Annual Lionel Cohen Lecture in Jerusalem

Lord Neuberger of Abbotsbury delivers the annual Lionel Cohen Lecture at the Law Faculty in Jerusalem.The topic of the lecture was 'The Life of the Law: The Logic of Experience'.


Hebrew U. 'Science Train' traverses Israel to mark National Science Day, Einstein's Birthday

What were Einstein's breakthroughs? Who developed cherry tomatoes? Physics experiments on the train!


Entire Einstein manuscripts displayed for first time ever

The complete original manuscripts of Albert Einsteins historic General Theory of Relativity E are being displayed for the first time ever at an exhibition curated by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and held at the Israel Academy


Pears alumni cite valuable HU experience in helping them to cope with health issues in Africa

To do the job properly, one must have the proper tools.


Hebrew U. Researcher Creates 'Boutique' Fish Farms for Ugandans.

In a unique project to combat depleted fish supplies in Lake Victoria, researchers from the HUJ and Makerere University in Kampala, have established 'boutique' fish farms in small villages around the Lake's shore in Uganda.


All Aboard for Lecture on Breakthrough Brain Science

Passengers on the Tel-Aviv Haifa Israel Railways route on Monday, Feb 1, will be treated to an intriguing lecture on 'Breakthrough: Light Rays in Service of the Brain' by Idan Segev.

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