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  • Jan192021

    Canadian Friends Of Hebrew University Announces $5m Gift From The Asper Foundation

    Read about the extensive range of student services supported by the very busy Hebrew University Office of the Dean of Students.

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  • Jan182021

    Expanded services from the Office of the Dean of Students

    Read about the extensive range of student services supported by the very busy Hebrew University Office of the Dean of Students.

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  • Jan112021

    Are Autism Drugs on the Horizon?

    Hebrew University Identifies Genetic Mutation Associated with Autism, Offering Hope for Effective Therapeutics.

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  • Jan072021

    Israeli Researchers Discover New Bee Species

    Amidst Decreasing Global Bee Populations, New Finding Provides Optimism for Bee Habitat Conservation.

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  • Jan012021

    The latest report from the Rector of the Hebrew University – Prof Barak Medina

    Learn about exam updates, studying under COVID, student satisfaction, research grants and more. Option to read in English or Hebrew.

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  • Jan012021

    Cultured human breast milk being developed by Dr Nurit Argov-Argaman of the Hebrew University

    Bio Milk CEO says the company is developing a process that will allow the production of cultured human breast milk with all its natural nutritional complexities a process being developed by Dr Nurit Argov-Argaman of the Hebrew University’s Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment.

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  • Dec212020

    Could Fibrates Turn the Effects of Covid-19 into Little More Than the Common Cold?

    Initial clinical data from the Hebrew University shows promising results, supporting early evidence of fenofibrate ability to prevent lung damage in Covid-19 patients. Drug can reduce Covid-19 severity and mortality even as newly emerging vaccines reduce transmission

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  • Dec162020

    Hebrew University Institute of Archaeology – New artefacts find near Tiberias

    Islamic-era candle molds found near Tiberias. Findings could add to historians’ understanding of those who lived near the Sea of Galilee in the early Islamic period.

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  • Nov272020

    Bahraini Coexistence Delegation Visits Hebrew University

    A leadership delegation from the King Hamad Global Center for Peaceful Coexistence in Bahrain visited the Hebrew University to promote cooperation in the field of coexistence and tolerance.

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  • Nov172020

    Limmud named this year’s recipient of the Flegg Award by the Hebrew University

    The Flegg Award and Lecture is aimed at promoting understanding, acceptance and cooperation between different segments in the contemporary Jewish world.

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