Groundbreaking Fossil Discovery Sheds New Light on the Ethiopian Wolf’s OriginsRead more
During the 2017 field season a fossil of a predator from the canine family, identified as the Ethiopian wolf (Canis Simensis), was recovered from deposits that are dated to about 1.5 million years ago.
Hebrew University autism research breakthroughRead more
Dr. Haitham Amal’s study regarding increased levels of nitric oxide has been published in the research journal Advanced Science.
Female Alzheimer’s patients – new discovery might explain rapid declineRead more
Researchers from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem report discovering a mechanism in the brains of female Alzheimer’s patients that leads to rapid cognitive deterioration.
HUJI Bites – Studying the Infant Gut MicrobiomeRead more
Dr. Moran Yassour’s lab studies the infant gut microbiome, from establishment at birth, through development in early age, to impact on pediatric health.
Six Days in Three Minutes – Highlights of the 2022 Board of Governors GatheringRead more
Enjoy the highlights of the Board of Governors gathering in June – six incredible days condensed into three minutes.
Queen Elizabeth II 1926-2022Read more
The family of the British Friends of the Hebrew University, shares the Nation’s sorrow and a profound feeling of loss on the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II after 70 years of selfless devotion to duty at the service of her People.
Creating a Perfect Trap for LightRead more
TU Vienna and Hebrew University develop “Light Trap”— beam of light prevents itself from escaping, allowing light to be absorbed perfectly.
Intel Announces Winner of SyllaBoost Program Linking Industry to AcademiaRead more
Hebrew University’s Dr. Amir Capua Wins NIS 100,000 Grant
Israel’s Hebrew University & Volcani Institute Team Up to Prevent Looming Global Food CrisisRead more
New Biological Sensor Detects Hidden Disease in Potatoes.
Hebrew University Water Policy Expert, Prof Eran Feitelson Discusses Coping with DroughtRead more
Interviewed in the Daily Express, Hebrew University water policy expert, Prof Eran Feitelson discusses coping with draught.