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News and updates about Hebrew University Of Jerusalem

‘Support for the massacre undermines foundations of society’

President of the Hebrew University was asked to delineate the limits of freedom of expression in political matters

‘Support for the massacre undermines foundations of society’

Prof. Raphael Mechoulam dies at 92

After surviving the Holocaust, Prof. Mechoulam immigrated to Israel. He was the first to isolate THC, the psychoactive substance in cannabis

Prof. Raphael Mechoulam dies at 92

Breakthrough in antibiotic safety thanks to bionic technology

Breakthrough in antibiotic safety: Bionic technology blends sensors and human tissue to create smart 'kidney-chip.'

Breakthrough in antibiotic safety thanks to bionic technology

New antiviral targets common viruses - including COVID and Zika

Hebrew University's ViroBlock announces preliminary success of anti-viral drug platform.

New antiviral targets common viruses - including COVID and Zika

Study: Doctors prescribe fewer painkillers during night shifts

Researchers attribute discrepancy in pain med prescriptions at emergency rooms in US and Israel to reduced empathy.

Study: Doctors prescribe fewer painkillers during night shifts

Hebrew U awards 100k prize for startups to Kinoko Tech

Kinoko Tech wins Hebrew University’s 2022 Asper Prize for Emerging Startups.

Hebrew U awards 100k prize for startups to Kinoko Tech

Hebrew U. team finds how plants make aerial roots

Hebrew University researchers identify gene which causes roots to grow in the air, providing key for preventing soil disease in some grafts.

Hebrew U. team finds how plants make aerial roots

New liquid biopsy detects local immune activity

Blood test developed at Hebrew U. detects immune, inflammatory activity in tissues, removing need for painful biopsies & expensive imaging.

New liquid biopsy detects local immune activity

Study of 'lazy eye' reveals public health's blind spots

Immigrants and haredi men are at greatest risk of suffering untreated lazy eye, study shows.

Study of 'lazy eye' reveals public health's blind spots

First day of school jitters? Kids aren't the only ones

From Sweden to Singapore, stock market trading volumes tumble when working moms take time off to accompany junior on first day of school.

First day of school jitters? Kids aren't the only ones

New academic era: Israeli, Moroccan, universities sign agreement

Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Morocco’s Mohammed VI Polytechnic University sign historic agreement.

New academic era: Israeli, Moroccan, universities sign agreement

Can understanding constipation help diagnose Parkinson's?

Hebrew University researchers unveil a chain of physiological events that may help provide new methods for disease diagnosis.

Can understanding constipation help diagnose Parkinson's?

Hebrew U's manipulated symposium on antisemite Achille Mbembe

Mbembe has said the Holocaust and Apartheid differ only numerically, but Hebrew U chose to hide that and other antisemitic actions. Op-ed.

Hebrew U's manipulated symposium on antisemite Achille Mbembe

A shared ancestry? Genomes offer insight into Canaanite heritage

Genetic samples from across the Southern Levant show Canaanites to be a demographically coherent group - and one which migrated.

A shared ancestry? Genomes offer insight into Canaanite heritage

'It was Happy Independence Day - if you celebrate it'

'It was Happy Independence Day - if you celebrate it'

Understanding the Israeli political arena

Dr. Limor Samimian-Darash: 'We must have courage to guard our principles and keep our rights.'

Understanding the Israeli political arena

Will Supreme Court overturn ban on anti-Israel activist?

Former Students for Justice in Palestine leader appears in Israeli Supreme Court, as court questions state's decision to ban her.

Will Supreme Court overturn ban on anti-Israel activist?

'Why is Hebrew University backing anti-Israel activist?'

Zionist NGO lobbies donors to pressure Hebrew University in Jerusalem to drop support for pro-BDS student facing deportation Lara Alqasem.

'Why is Hebrew University backing anti-Israel activist?'

Hebrew University among 100 most innovative in the world

Reuters ranks Hebrew University among world's 100 'Most Innovative Universities.'

Hebrew University among 100 most innovative in the world

Israeli researchers identify cause of rare disorder

Team of Israeli, US, researchers successfully identifies a single gene which causes a rare and severe neurological disorder.

Israeli researchers identify cause of rare disorder

Israeli university grads make world list of 'most employable'

Hebrew University students rank 67th most employable worldwide.

Israeli university grads make world list of 'most employable'

Hebrew U professors win prestigious Columbia science prize

Two Hebrew University professors honored with an award often seen as a precursor to a Nobel Prize.

Hebrew U professors win prestigious Columbia science prize

Ancient frescoes discovered in Zippori National Park

Hebrew University archeologists have unearthed rare frescoes of the life and culture of Jews in ancient Zippori.

Ancient frescoes discovered in Zippori National Park

Hebrew University ranked the best in the Middle East

Saudi-based center ranks the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as the best university in the Middle East.

Hebrew University ranked the best in the Middle East

Hebrew U. to host Al-Habbash: Freedom of speech or freedom to incite?

Hebrew U. to host Al-Habbash: Freedom of speech or freedom to incite?

Get to know PA minister who will visit Hebrew University

Glorifies terrorists, declares all of Israel as Muslim land, strong anti-Semitism, all normal for PA minister invited to Hebrew University.

Get to know PA minister who will visit Hebrew University

'Nakba Day' Demonstrations Held at Israeli Universities

Pro-Israel group Im Tirzu counters demonstrations against Israel's existence with 'Nakba Nonsense' campaign.

'Nakba Day' Demonstrations Held at Israeli Universities

Richard Gere Meets with Professors at Hebrew University

Gere shot several scenes at Mount Scopus for a new film; he later met with professors in Jerusalem to discuss humanitarian work.

Richard Gere Meets with Professors at Hebrew University

2,000-year-old Palace Entryway Found in Judea

Arched entry to Herodian Hilltop Palace unearthed revealing how palace was turned into memorial; evidence of Jewish revolts found on site.

2,000-year-old Palace Entryway Found in Judea

Intense Protests at Hebrew University over Incitement

Arabs call to 'liberate Palestine,' fight security forces in Jerusalem - causing Jewish students to counter-protest against incitement.

Intense Protests at Hebrew University over Incitement

Budget Cuts? Hebrew University Students Fight Back

Protests erupt on Mount Scopus campus after Humanities department cuts funds for second time in three years.

Budget Cuts? Hebrew University Students Fight Back

Israeli Researchers Synthesize Cancer-Fighting Molecule

Molecule triggers reaction in crucial enzyme to treat resistant tumors.

Israeli Researchers Synthesize Cancer-Fighting Molecule

French Hill Residents Feel Abandoned, Terrorized by Arab Thugs

Arab extremists hurled four fire bombs at a Conservative synagogue Saturday evening, in fourth such attack this year.

French Hill Residents Feel Abandoned, Terrorized by Arab Thugs

Political Correctness Blamed for Hebrew U Violence

Knesset discusses shameful situation at Mount Scopus campus, involving daily attacks on students.

Political Correctness Blamed for Hebrew U Violence

Beyond Political Dermatology

Beyond Political Dermatology