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Einstein’s Musings on Leading a Good Life Fetch $1,560,000 in Jerusalem Auction

In October 1922, Albert Einstein took a trip to Japan to deliver a series of lectures. While travelling from Europe to Japan he was...

Amazing New Discoveries in Western Wall Tunnels, Including Ancient Theater

Excavations conducted by the Israel Antiquities Authority uncovered large portions of courses of the Western Wall that have been hidden for 1,700 years, including an ancient Roman theater.

China Buys Israel’s Lab Meat Technology for $300 Million

Cows are considered the most dangerous source of methane on the planet.

Second Swastika in Two Weeks Found at Hebrew U Campus

“A reality in which two swastikas are discovered in the span of two weeks at a university campus in Israel’s capital is very troubling and dangerous."

Hebrew U Launches World’s Largest Jewish Art Index

The online Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art preserves the rich artistic heritage of the Jewish people throughout time and across the globe.

Get Ready for Jerusalem 2021 Academic Weed Fest

The International Symposium will mark 'father of cannabinoid research' Prof. Mechoulam’s 90th birthday in his home town of Jerusalem.

Hebrew U’s Suaad Abd-Elhadi Paving the Way to Early Diagnosis of Parkinson’s

Suaad Abd-Elhadi wins a Kaye Innovation Award for a new diagnostic tool that could pave the way for early diagnosis and improved treatment of one of the most common and debilitating neurodegenerative disorders.

Hebrew U Isolates ‘Haploid’ Human Stem Cells, Changing Future of Medicine

Potential for regenerative medicine and cancer research earns doctoral student Ido Sagi a Kaye Innovation Award.

Israeli Prof. Berta Levavi-Sivan Gives World Bigger Fish

In Europe, aquaculture accounts for about 20% of fish production and directly employs some 85,000 people.

Statement of the Hebrew University Regarding Playing the Anthem at Academic Ceremonies

At every State ceremony held at the Hebrew University, the national anthem of Israel is played as is customary.

Hebrew U Graduation Ceremony Scraps Hatikvah to Spare Arabs’ Feelings

As is typical in such instances, the institute of high learning chose to be right rather than smart.

Jewish Survival Through Jewish Unity, Theme of New AZM President

Heideman's task will be to fashion unity from a widely-disparate consortium of Zionists.

Watch: Arab, Leftist Students Disrupt Jerusalem Mayor’s Hebrew U Lecture

Mayor Barkat: 'We will not bow our heads to the violence and incitement of the radical-Left.'

Israeli Universities to Offer Segregated Classes to Lure Haredim

Separate classes for male and female students already exist in some colleges, university preparatory programs and a dedicated campus within Bar-Ilan University.

Birmingham University: British Student Killed in Mysterious, Tragic Circumstances

British media and Birmingham University have made a point of avoiding mention of the terrorism aspect of the murder.

High Iodine Deficiency Found in Israel’s First National Survey

High risk of impaired neurological development of fetuses; 62% of school-age children and 85% of pregnant women have low iodine intakes.

Biggest Deal in Israeli Hi-Tech History: Intel Buys Mobileye for $15 Billion

In January 2017, Mobileye, BMW and Intel announced they were developing a test fleet of autonomous vehicles that would be on the road in the second half of 2017.

4,000 Years Old Mysterious Tomb with Rock Art Exposed in Upper Galilee

What makes this dolmen so unique is its huge dimensions, the structure surrounding it and, most importantly, the artistic decorations engraved in its ceiling.

German Ambassador to Confer Order of Merit on Hebrew University President

The Federal Republic of Germany will recognize Prof. Ben-Sasson's commitment to German-Israeli relations

Ancient Jars Found in Judea Reveal Earth’s Magnetic Field is Fluctuating, Not Diminishing

Tel Aviv University, Hebrew U., UC San Diego researchers: New evidence says geomagnetic force 'spiked' in 8th century BCE

Latin American Academic Leaders Visit Israel, Sign Cooperation Agreements with Hebrew U.

Latin American academic leaders from 20 universities toured Israel and signed cooperative agreements with Hebrew University this week.

Anonymous Tip Helps Jewish Dealer’s Estate Recover Two Dutch Masters from German Auction

In both cases, the sellers agreed to return the works in 'amicable discussions,' according to the Max Stern Foundation.

Breaking the Silence: Teaching Hebron’s Real Jewish History to Young Israelis

If students on the tour encounter foreign journalists, European MPs, or anti-Israel propaganda tours led by radical Left NGOs, they will be permitted to educate them, politely, about the hypocrisy of the delegitimization campaign against Israel.

MK Tibi: If Arabs Committed Arson It Would Be ‘Despicable and Vile’

Meanwhile, on Thursday MK Tibi intervened with police on behalf of an Arab youth who incited for #pyroterorism on his Facebook page, saying the post was 'satire.'

Zion Pharma, Kaplan Hospital, Developing ‘Gammora’ Cure for AIDS

In eight days, the virus in the test tubes was cut down by between 95% and 97%.

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