Out of the Lab Series with Dr. Uri StoinRead more
In this episode of Out of the Lab, we hear from Dr. Uri Stoin, from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Institute of Chemistry about his experiences in the classroom as a Russian immigrant, his passion for green technologies, and meeting environmental challenges with tech applications.
Chiune Sugihara – Japanese Diplomat who saved many Jewish lives during the HolocaustRead more
During the Second World War, Sugihara helped thousands of Jews flee Europe by issuing transit visas to them so that they could travel through Japanese territory, risking his job and the lives of his family.
HUJI Bites: Quantum Leap: Understanding the Science of SuperconductivityRead more
On this episode of HUJI Bites we’ll speak to Dr. Yonathan Anahory, senior lecturer at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s Racah Institute of Physics. Anahory and his team of researchers are using a novel microscopy technique to show for the first time how these vortices move in superconducting materials and how fast they may travel.
Hebrew University Weekly Snippets 14Read more
In this week’s snippets: Includes the Chaim Herzog Prize, conference on state-level quality control, rising food insecurity amongst Israel youth, HUJI cast ‘spintronics’
Following Hebrew University’s Emergency Aid for Ukrainian Academic Staff and Students: 10 Refugees Arrive on CampusRead more
Considering the threat on the lives of academics and university students in Ukraine, and in a show of solidarity, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) has offered academic hosting for Ukrainian academic staff and students.
On The Edge: Working with the Tiniest Magnets, Hebrew University Discovers New Magnetic Phenomenon with Industrial PotentialRead more
Probing the world of the very, very small is a wonderland for physicists. At this nano-scale, where materials as thin as 100 atoms are studied, totally new and unexpected phenomena are discovered.
Stray Cats: Worthy of our Love or Invasive and Destructive?Read more
Hebrew University Veterinary School Concludes 12-Year Study of Street Cats, Reveals How to Successfully Control Population Numbers.
Hebrew University Drs. Moran Yassour and Haitham Amal Awarded 2022 Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific ResearchRead more
Dr. Moran Yassour at Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU)’s Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, and Dr. Haitham Amal, at HU’s Institute for Drug Research and the School of Pharmacy, have been awarded the prestigious Krill Prize for Excellence in Scientific Research, which is administered by the Wolf Foundation.
Happy Pesach חג פסח שמחRead more
Wishing you and your family Chag Sameach from the Staff, Trustees and Patrons of the British Friends of the Hebrew University
Dental Anomalies Among Childhood Cancer Survivors Differ According To Type Of Anticancer Treatment Received, Hebrew University Researchers FindRead more
The prevalence of dental developmental anomalies (DDA) in survivors of childhood cancer differ according to the type of cancer treatment administered, according to researchers at the Hebrew University (HU)-Hadassah School of Dental Medicine.