Largest Population-Based Study of “Lazy Eye” Reveals Public Health’s Blind Spots

September 14, 2021

Immigrants and Ultra-Orthodox Men at Greatest Risk (Jerusalem, September 14, 2021)—An estimated 1% to 5% of children worldwide have lazy […]

Neurons Are Much Smarter Than We Thought

September 6, 2021

(Jerusalem, September 5, 2021)—We are in the midst of a scientific and technological revolution. The computers of today use artificial […]

Living and Leaving Afghanistan: Women’s Struggles for Survival

August 31, 2021

You are invited to Hebrew University’s online panel discussion, “Living and Leaving Afghanistan: Women’s Struggles for Survival”. The discussion will […]

First Day of School Jitters? Kids Aren’t The Only Ones Who Feel It

August 31, 2021

From Sweden to Singapore, Stock Market Trading Volumes Tumble When Working Moms Take Time Off to Accompany Junior on First […]

Clinical Results Show Cholesterol Drug Tricor is Effective in Treating Severe COVID-19 Patients

August 23, 2021

Hebrew University study shows lipid-lowering drug reduced inflammation in 48 hours and removed the need for oxygen support within 5 […]

A New Academic Era: Hebrew University of Jerusalem and Morocco’s Mohammed VI Polytechnic University Sign Historic Agreement

August 20, 2021

(Jerusalem, August 18, 2021)— Following on the heels of the Abraham Accords, a further step has been taken to strengthen […]

Metal Pollution: If It’s in the Air – and our iPhones – It’ll End Up in Our Bones

August 18, 2021

(Jerusalem, August 17, 2021)—In our increasingly industrialized world, what we produce “out there” has a direct impact on what happens […]

BACK ON TOP! Hebrew University Ranks 90th Among World’s Top 100 Universities, #1 in Israel

August 16, 2021

(Jerusalem, August 15, 2021)—Among 2,000 universities surveyed worldwide, the Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) ranked 90th in the 2021 Academic […]

Professor Vered Vinitzky Seroussi: What Does it Take to Be Remembered?

August 13, 2021

Prof. Vered Vinitzky-Seroussi is a sociologist at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. She holds a position of faculty fellow at […]

To Spur Innovation, Tech Ecosystems Can’t Afford to Overlook Academia

August 11, 2021

Originally appeared in CTech by Anna Pellivert Curiosity Driven Research born from academia is vital in order to keep the […]