Tzameret Student Awarded Outstanding Military Medicine Cadet in the US


Ofek Arieli, a student in the military doctors' training course at the Hebrew University and the Medical Corps, was chosen as the outstanding cadet in an international course of military medicine in the United States. "To help soldiers is my mission," Arieli said after winning the prize. The following is based on an article translated from Ynet on December 4, 2017.

12 Alumni Making Headlines!


Hebrew University is extremely proud and honored to congratulate 12 of its alumni, who are featured in TheMarker's 40 Under 40 list of promising young individuals.  TheMarker is a Hebrew-language daily business newspaper, and the following is a translation based on the 40 Under 40 feature.

HU Grads are 62nd Most Employable in the World


International survey ranks Hebrew University among the world's best at preparing students for workplace An analysis published by Times Higher Education (THE) has ranked Hebrew University of Jerusalem students as the 62nd most employable graduates in the world, placing the Hebrew University among the world's top 100 universities at preparing its students for the workplace.

AFHU's Bubby Goes Viral


The American Friends of Hebrew University launched a new marketing campaign, and their bubby films have gone viral. Meet Judith Cohen, once you meet her, you won't forget her! Watch the clip below.

Mrs. Lily Safra Dedicates the New Home of ELSC


Mayor of Jerusalem Nir Barkat, British Architect Lord Norman Foster, and more than 400 friends and supporters joined the gala celebration and naming ceremony of Israel's largest neuroscience center

The Beginning of a New Year


Hebrew University has opened its doors to a new school year, marked by growth and renewal. Over 900 new courses will be launched this year, offering students a large variety of new fields of study.  The following are among the new and interesting courses that are being offered:

Reducing endocannabinoid system's activity may help protect the kidney health of individuals with obesity


New study provides insight on the mechanisms behind the development of kidney damage due to obesity, points to a potential target for protecting the kidney health of individuals with obesity

Nanoscale chip system measures light from a single bacterial cell to enable portable chemical detection


Further development could open door to on-chip biological and chemical sensing applications, e.g. detecting chemicals in real-time continuous flow systems and even in an open-air environment

Hebrew University's Center for Jewish Art launches the world's largest Index of Jewish Art


The online Bezalel Narkiss Index of Jewish Art preserves the rich artistic heritage of the Jewish people throughout time and across the globe The Center for Jewish Art at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem launched the world’s largest online database of Jewish art today at the World Congress of Jewish Studies in Jerusalem.

Snails Bring Speedy Economic Empowerment for African Women


Snails may be the fast track to economic growth and empowerment for women living in West Africa, thanks to a pair of Ghanaian research students heading a project sponsored by the Hebrew University of Jerusalem's Robert H. Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and Environment.