Extending Women’s Fertility & Reversing Aging in Human Egg CellsRead more
“Within a decade, we hope to increase fertility among older women using anti-viral drugs” – Hebrew University’s Dr. Michael Klutstein.
Hebrew University Weekly Snippets 13Read more
In this week’s snippets: Includes the Rector’s prize, aid for Ukraine, research excellence to practical implementation, 8-legged intelligence, HUJICast podcast with Professor Orly Sadeh gender-equality crowdfunding.
Hebrew University Emergency Aid for Researchers & Students from Ukraine | Please Help NowRead more
A time of Crisis. Please help the Hebrew University to help Students from Ukraine. Lives are at stake, our hearts are with all in Ukraine who have been harmed, have lost family and friends or remain at risk.
Hebrew University Weekly Snippets 12Read more
In this week’s snippets: the impact of humanity on the ecosystem, new species of spider, scientific relevance to practical relevance, HUJICast (in Hebrew) ‘the remarkable bond between Autism and Alzheimer’s’
Hebrew University Offers Emergency Aid to Students & Professors from UkraineRead more
Plus Teaching Posts, Stipends and Studies for Fleeing Ukrainian Academics and University Students.
German Chancellor Scholz’s First Visit to IsraelRead more
New Hebrew University survey probes German and Israeli’s perceptions of one another, shows bilateral support for Germany as middle-east mediator.
Hebrew University Weekly Snippets 11Read more
In this week’s snippets: Includes the future of international relations, the anti-vax paradox, Haredi integration in the workplace, native Israeli tehina, a HUJICast from the Davis Institute on the Ukraine-Russia conflict (in Hebrew)
HUJI Bites: Digging Up the Past with Professor Naama Yahalom-MackRead more
On this episode of HUJI Bites, Prof. Yahalom-Mack discusses her excavation at the site of Tel Abel Beth Maacah – and insight into the fascinating figure of the Wise Woman who stood up to the commander of King David’s army, and successfully negotiated her city’s salvation.
Hebrew University Team Finds How Plants Make Aerial RootsRead more
Roots are normally associated with things that live underground, in the damp and the dark. Think of turnips, radishes and yams. However, many plants make their roots above ground.
Summer Study Opportunities at Rothberg International School of Hebrew UniversityRead more
There are a variety of great courses are on offer this summer at the Rothberg International School of Hebrew University.