Author archive for Lindy Diamond

  • Jan042023

    Historic Documents from The Hebrew University Archives – 1942

    This gem of a letter shows us that fundraising continued even during World War II.

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  • Dec142022

    The Hebrew University unveils a sculpture in memory of Elie Wiesel

    “We are grateful to Yossi Gal and The Hebrew University leadership for recognising my father’s eternal connection to our ancient capital,” said Wiesel’s son Elisha Wiesel about the dedication.

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  • Dec132022

    HUJI Bites: Salty and Dry – Plants Struggle to Survive

    Dr Yair Mau studies how the basic act of watering crops affects soil salinity, while gaining insights into basic processes that affect soil quality.

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  • Dec012022

    Ancient DNA from Medieval Germany Tells Origin Story of Ashkenazi Jews

    DNA analysis of 14th-century German Jews, led by researchers at HU and Harvard, shows Jewish community was more genetically diverse than modern day Ashkenazim.

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  • Nov292022

    Yuval Noah Harari Shows Kids How to Tackle Big Questions

    CNN interviews HU Professor Yuval Harari in a wide-ranging interview touching on major topical issues.

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  • Nov292022

    Beautiful Persian Carpet Gifted to The Hebrew University

    The carpet was woven in the city of Kashan, which was known worldwide as a centre for silk and textile manufacturing.

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  • Nov242022

    The Fall 2022 Flagship Programme, International Master of Public Health Alumni Newsletter

    Available to read online now.

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  • Nov232022

    Breakthrough in Antibiotic Safety at HU

    Bionic Technology blends sensors and human tissue to create smart “Kidney-Chip”

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  • Nov232022

    Glocal’s Twelfth Cohort Acts Local for Global Impact

    A new academic year starts with Glocal!
    New students, new adventures, new opportunities around the globe.

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  • Nov152022

    Study Shows Significant Decline In Sperm Counts Globally

    Alarmingly, this study also shows that the decline in sperm counts in North America, Europe, and Australia — reported by this team in 2017 — has continued and even accelerated in the 21st century.

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