Choosing the Best Embryo in IVF

October 13, 2021

Parents Can Now Select Embryos with Reduced Risk for Cancer and Mental Illness, But Does It Work? (Jerusalem, October 12, […]

Hebrew U Congratulates Former Faculty Member J. Angrist on Nobel Prize in Economics

October 12, 2021

(Jerusalem, October 11, 2021)—The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) heartily congratulates Professor Joshua Angrist and Guido Imbens, along with David […]

Elucidating the Brain’s White Matter

October 8, 2021

Novel Method Developed at Hebrew University Reveals Details of Nerve Connections in the Brain (Jerusalem, October 7, 2021)—The human brain […]

Hebrew University’s Eliezer Rabinovici Elected President of Cern Council

September 28, 2021

(Jerusalem, September 27, 2021)—The CERN Council announced the election of Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) physicist Professor Eliezer Rabinovici as […]

Joint PhD Program Between Hebrew University and University of Melbourne

September 23, 2021

Applications are invited from suitably qualified researchers for the Joint PhD Program between Hebrew University and University of Melbourne Six […]

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 […]