Hebrew University & Israel Project - Pre-Election Debate - March 3, 2015 - Focus on Iran
At a March 3, 2015 pre-election foreign policy debate in Jerusalem, candidates from major Israeli political parties debated the merits of Israeli prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu's upcoming speech to the US Congress about the Iranian nuclear threat.
The M.Sc. International program in Bio-medical sciences of the Hebrew University.
Students from seven different countries have already joined a unique research program.
The Clinical Legal Education Center 2014, Faculty of Law
Albert Einstein - about his support for the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, 1951
The first Israeli academic marathon for all HU candidates
European Parliament President Martin Schulz Honorary ceremony on Mount Scopus 2014)
Yissum Technology Transfer
Hebrew University Can Help Africa Rid Itself of Malaria
Ancient Golden Treasure Found at Foot of Temple Mount
Curvy Plastic Tube Protects Against Obesity
Barbra Streisand's speech at the Hebrew University
The leading University in Israel
Seeing with the Ears. Hands and Bionic Eyes: Amir Amedi at TEDx
Science Camp in Jerusalem
It's the Hebrew U style!
International M.Sc. Programs -- Closing Ceremony 2011-12
Sight Through Sound: The Hebrew University is teaching blind people to see through sound
The Brain - Can Machines Improve Humans?
The fourth Israeli Presidential Conference, Facing Tomorrow, 2012.
Panel: The Brain - Can Machines Improve Humans?
Speaker: Professor Idan Segev, Israel.
The Brain - Can Machines Improve Humans? Full lecture
A special panel at The Israeli Presidential Conference 2012
Video Spotlight on Dr. Dan Kaganovich
Apart from getting the ‘ideal starting package’ with his own lab and highly specialized equipment, he is benefitting from working with Israel’s best students
Yissum Technology Transfer
Thanks to Yissums commercialization efforts the Hebrew Universitys licensed innovations were developed into products that are successfully sold by leading companies across the world.
Pears Scholar poised to take public health knowledge back home to Nigeria
Sunday Olasanmi is one of 19 students from Africa, Asia, Latin America, Eastern Europe, and North America studying at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem to improve public health in their home countries, thanks to a scholarship from the Pears Foundation.
Mosquitoes and Malaria
President of Israel Shimon Peres at The Hebrew University Lab, Presidential Conf. 2011
Check out this short clip of President of Israel Shimon Peres at The Hebrew University Lab, a unique exhibition featuring our innovative research at the Presidential Conference 2011
Yissum Technology Transfer
Hebrew U. students sing in new academic year 'Somebody to Love' from the hit-series 'Glee'
Students, staff and lecturers at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem chose a unique way to kick off the new academic year with a 'lip-dub' of the Queen song 'Somebody to Love' from the hit-series 'Glee'
"Open House on Wheels" - Kiryat-Gat
The Hebrew University has launched a unique initiative: ''Open House on Wheels,'' whose goal is to encourage potential candidates from the periphery to register for studies at the Hebrew University.
In the initiative, a special bus of the university is going to outlying communities in order to reach potential students, to present to them the programs of the university, and to assist them in evaluating their prospects for acceptance. The first community visited was Kiryat Gat.
Expert on the Spot ANSWERS: The End of Parkinson's disease?
Check out the answers to this month's Expert on the Spot with PhD Student Adam Zaidel, who answers your questions about Parkinson's disease, Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS) and preventive measures. Check out the next Expert on the Spot in August.
Expert on the Spot: Hebrew University's Israel Justice Center: Law Clinics for Social Responsibility
Check out this month's Expert on the Spot with Sharon Sionov, Adv., Director of the Israel Justice Center: Law Clinics for Social Responsibility (IJC) at the Faculty of Law at the Hebrew University.
Fields Medal 2010 - Prof. Elon Lindenstrauss
Prof. Elon Lindenstrauss of the Einstein Institute of Mathematics at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem today received the Fields Medal for 2010 -- a prize regarded as the "Nobel Prize" in mathematics that is awarded once in four years. He was the first Israeli to be awarded the medal.
Expert on the Spot: The Buzz on Bees!
Did you know that we have bees to thank for almost 1/3 of our diet? In honor of the Jewish New Year, this month's Expert on the Spot features Director Sharoni Shafir of the B. Triwaks Bee Research Center at the Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment. From the sharp decline in bee colonies to the similarities that bees and human beings share, the Hebrew University invites you to submit questions in the video's comment section or email PRMedia@savion.huji.ac.il and Prof. Shafir will answer them on Sept. 21st in a follow up video. Best of all, Prof. Shafir will give away a free jar of Hebrew University honey to his favorite 10 questions! **Please note: the honey jars can not be sent internationally and instead can be donated to underprivileged families in time for the holidays. ** Questions must be submitted by Sept. 18th.