Author archive for Lindy Diamond

  • Nov152022

    The Rothberg International School’s 2023 Summer Study Opportunities

    There are a variety of great courses on offer at the Rothberg International School of The Hebrew University in 2023.

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  • Nov152022

    Ancient Fish Teeth Reveal Earliest Sign of Cooking

    The remains of a huge carp fish mark the earliest signs of cooking by prehistoric human to 780,000 years ago, predating the available data by some 600,000 years.

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  • Nov102022

    First Sentence Ever Written in Canaanite Language Discovered at Tel Lachish

    The Hebrew University unearths ivory comb from 1700 BCE inscribed with plea to eradicate lice

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  • Nov022022

    HU maintains strong position in Pitchbook’s 2022 rankings

    Five Israeli universities were listed in the top half of PitchBook’s 2022 ranking of the 100 undergraduate programmes that produce the most VC-backed entrepreneurs.

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  • Oct272022

    The Hebrew University and Meta AI Launch Joint AI PhD Programme

    This first of its kind partnership between Meta and The Hebrew University marks a significant step to bring Artificial Intelligence research from HU to the AI marketplace.

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  • Oct252022

    Israeli Government Approves $18 Million USD for New Albert Einstein Museum at HU

    Israel’s government approves the establishment of The Albert Einstein Museum at the Safra Campus of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem.

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  • Oct252022

    Sir Hersch Lauterpacht QC Honoured with Blue Plaque

    Sir Hersch’s legacy was previously memorialised at The Hebrew University by his son, Sir Elihu Lauterpacht CBE QC, with a chair in his name.

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  • Oct202022

    Innovative System Developed at HU Evaluates Habitability of Distant Planets

    Computerised system classifies atmospheres of planets and identifies those suitable for future human settlements.

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  • Oct042022

    Sweeter Isn’t Always Tastier, Finds HU Study

    Taste experts analysing half a million Amazon and iHerb customer reviews, find foods considered ‘too sweet’ are given lower scores.

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  • Sep202022

    Hebrew University and Technion Partner with IBM to Advance Artificial Intelligence

    Following collaborations with MIT, Stanford, and other leading universities around the globe, IBM Research to invest millions in research at these two leading Israeli universities.

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