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Counting (on) Sheep? Promising Gene Therapy for Visually-Impaired Sheep Now Safe for Human Trials

19 November 2018

Based on these promising findings, the FDA has approved clinical trials for human patients and several U.S. medical centres have already begun using this therapy to treat patients with achromatopsiaRead More

Hebrew University team develops shape-shifting 3D printed pills for better targeted drugs

15 November 2018

Researchers at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem have developed a new way to create drug capsules using 3D printers, a step that will help pave the way for pills that can be tailored to perform better than the conventional capsules manufactured todayRead More

Big Boost for Jerusalem Hebrew University-Bezalel-Azrieli Consortium Wins First Place—and $5 Million Dollar Award—to Create Jerusalem Entrepreneurship Centre

13 November 2018

The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, along with the Bezalel Academy of Design and Azrieli College of Engineering, received a 20 million NIS grant from Israel’s Council for Higher Education to establish an entrepreneurship and innovation centre in downtown JerusalemRead More

Hebrew University Researchers Discover Promising Treatment for Aggressive Brain Tumors

12 November 2018

Glioblastoma is a serious and incurable brain cancer. Patients receiving this diagnosis typically have 11-20 months to live. Professor Rotem Karni and his team at Hebrew University’s Institute for Medical Research-Israel Canada (IMRIC) share promising results for a new glioblastoma treatment with the potential to improve and extend patients’ livesRead More

Is an HIV cure on the immediate horizon? A major medical breakthrough delivers hope

8 November 2018

RESEARCHERS believe they are on the cusp of developing a cure for HIV, after a ground-breaking initial human trial of a drug eliminated the virusRead More

YISSUM LAUNCHES LICENSING CAMPAIGN TO BOOST HEBREW UNIVERSITY INNOVATION

30 October 2018

The Express Licensing Campaign will aim to dramatically simplify technology licensing.Read More

Hebrew University hosts U.S. Treasury Secretary Mnuchin

30 October 2018

U.S. Secretary of Treasury Steven Mnuchin and Ambassador David Friedman paid a visit to Hebrew University of JerusalemRead More

Israelis develop system for cleaning industrial pollution

18 October 2018

A new process under development in Israel could provide the economical, earth-friendly solution many industries seek for cleaning up soil, sludge and sediment polluted by their activitiesRead More

New Cannabis Research Lab Set Up On Hebrew University Campus

16 October 2018

A new cannabinoid research lab called Lumir Lab has been launched on the Hebrew University of Jerusalem campus after the Asana Bio Group, an Israeli holding company that takes part in medical cannabis financing, invested $2.3 million to establish the facilityRead More

Hebrew University Tech Transfer Arm Yissum Launches Nano Technology Fund

15 October 2018

The new fund will focus on innovations in the fields of smart materials, 3D printing, quantum science, and renewable energyRead More