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‘Jewish Warsaw: A Story of the Human Spirit’ Is New Permanent Exhibition in Northern...

The ghetto as a new human condition expresses the utter loss of the individual’s right to privacy and legal protections from abuse.

Shaked Suspends Committee Deliberations Over Ariel University Disagreement

Critics warned the measure would detract from the status of Israel’s more established universities and "would turn the entire Israeli academia into an active partner in the 'occupation.'"

Special Needs Center to be Developed for Negev

The new special needs center is to be developed under the auspices of the Social Services Ministry.

Watch: Egyptian Scholar Tells Rowdy Arab TAU Students They Should Thank God for Living...

"Only in Israel can Arab students shout at an Egyptian lecturer that he is a traitor for coming to a Zionist university. And what exactly are they doing at a Zionist university?"

Use of Folic Acid, Multivitamins During Pregnancy May Reduce Risk of Autism in Offspring

"Reduced risk of ASD in offspring is a consideration for public health policy."

Haifa U. in International Study Showing that Few Trust People in High Places

The findings showed that in every case, the CEO’s emotions were perceived as less sincere than those of the junior employee.

Novel Nanomedicine Inhibits Progression of Pancreatic Cancer

The study could serve as a basis for the development of an effective cocktail of drugs for this deadly disease and other cancers.

Israeli Arab Students Crash Egyptian Civil Rights Hero’s Lecture, Calling him a Sellout

"This stinking researcher came to talk about normalization with Israel. He thinks he's talking to small children."

Haifa U. NGO to Purchase 1,730 Acres of Amazon Rainforest

With the purchase, the lands will become part of a local nature preserve that is being managed by the local communities.

Omer’s LEGO Tower Built to Highest Standard — and Hopefully Breaks Record — in...

The project was started in memory of 9-year-old Omer Sayag, who loved building Lego towers and who died of a rare brain cancer.

BDS at Home: 200 Israeli Academics Call to Boycott Ariel University

The letter was signed by academics from 15 different Israeli universities and colleges, with the majority coming from Hebrew University, Tel-Aviv University and Ben-Gurion University.

‘I Just Couldn’t Look at Another Xmas Tree’

Canadian sisters find a fully Jewish experience at an Israeli high school.

Israel to Withdraw from UNESCO

Israel and the Jewish nation should be the first to donate to this organization and the last to leave. However, in ... UNESCO, sane countries have nothing to find.”

IDF Combat Veterans to Receive Full Scholarships in Matriculation, Preparation Courses

The new benefits go into effect immediately and are available to all active combat soldiers without any need for special application.

SPNI Brings Community Gardening to Haredi Religious Community

“We focus on educating about nature and sustainability in a way that compliments the lifestyle of the community."

Hebrew University Researcher Discovers How the Unconscious Mind Picks Out Faces in a Crowd

With the onslaught of stimuli—images and rapid flashing—it took the brain a few seconds to understand that it was seeing a face and then to “transfer” these images to the conscious brain for processing.

Lian Najami Makes History as First Female Israeli Arab Rhodes Scholar

Najami advocates against the Boycott, Divest and Sanctions (BDS) campaign against Israel, warning that it hurts Israeli Arabs as much as Jews.

Israeli Scientists Show Individuals Have ‘Neural Fingerprint,’ Search for Early Markers of Autism

The researchers hope to find early markers that will help in the diagnosis -- and ultimately, the treatment -- of autism at a younger age.

Hebrew U Arab Students Call to Expel Zionists from Israel

The protesters were joined by Joint Arab List Knesset Members Yousef Jabareen, who told them to "keep on fighting for coexistence. We should be proud of our struggle."

Frustrated About Your Diet? Your Scale Isn’t Giving the Entire Picture!

The first-ever long-term diet study to use MRI to map body fat storage changes has come up with interesting data on how health lifestyle choices affect fat reduction.

Israeli Scientists Say Skipping Breakfast Disrupts ‘Body Clock Genes’ Regulating Weight, Glucose

Tel Aviv University researchers say consuming breakfast normalizes the expression of genes that improve insulin and glucose responses all day long.

Hebrew U Under Fire For Sponsoring Conference Featuring BDS Group

"It is ludicrous for Israeli academia to host representatives from an organization that calls to boycott Israel and Israeli academia itself."

Israeli Research Finds Dual Virtual Reality – Treadmill Exercise Helps Parkinson’s Patients

The research underlines the importance of combining cognitive rehabilitation with the motor rehabilitation of Parkinson's disease patients.

Hebrew U. Ranked 82 on Reuters’ ‘Most Innovative Universities’

HU's Yissum Research Development Company brings discoveries to market, holds 10,000 patents for 2,800 inventions, licensed more than 900 technologies and launched 125 startups.

Israeli Doctors Visit Tbilisi to Examine and Treat Children with Special Issues

The collaboration was initiated several years ago as part of an international project to enhance the state of medicine in Eastern European countries.

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