Arab-Israeli leads the way at Hebrew University of JerusalemRead more
Professor Mona Khoury-Kassabri is the first Arab-Israeli to serve in such a senior position at an Israeli institution.
Promising New Molecule Developed at Hebrew University May Prevent Age-Related Diseases and Increase Life Expectancy and WellnessRead more
With a constant renewal of cell vitality in diseased tissues, this new drug will hopefully lead to the treatment or prevention of diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s.
HU Professor-to-Be Competes in 1981 Maccabiah GamesRead more
Daniel Felsenstein was a member of the UK Track & Field Squad in the 1981 Maccabiah Games and currently heads our new international Master’s program in Smart Cities and Urban Informatics.
Hebrew University HumanitariansRead more
Yoni Shrits recruited volunteers and donations through Facebook to help with the problems at the Polish-Ukrainian border.
Food as Political Power in Putin’s RussiaRead more
Hebrew University researchers provide timely understanding of Putin’s food policy.
Hebrew University Uncovers Ritual Bath used by Jerusalem’s Elites on Eve of Destruction of Second TempleRead more
Archaeological Excavations near Temple Mount Also Unearth Pool Built by Soldiers from Rome’s 10th Legion and Byzantine lamp inscribed, “The light of Christ shines for all”.
Hebrew University Ranked Israel’s Leading University in 15 Academic SubjectsRead more
2022 Academic Ranking of World Universities Ranks Hebrew U. 17th Worldwide in Mathematics and Communications, and #1 in Israel in Earth Sciences, Food Sciences, Water Resources, Economics, and Public Policy.
Hebrew University Prof. Francesca Levi-Schaffer Chair of The International Union of Basic and Clinical Pharmacology (IUPHAR)Read more
Prof. Francesca Levi-Schaffer is the Isaac and Myrna Kaye Chair in Immunopharmacology.
Diagnosis of Early-stage Parkinson’s Disease now Possible with New Method Developed at Hebrew UniversityRead more
Parkinson’s is a progressive and debilitating disease of the brain that eventually compromises patients’ ability to walk and even to talk. Its diagnosis is complex, and in the early stages – impossible.
Nurturing diversity and inclusivity on campus at the Hebrew UniversityRead more
Prof Mona Khoury-Kassabri visits the British Friends.