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February 2022
What’s Nature Worth to You? Yadin Gindin grew up on a kibbutz near Rehovot. He always loved nature, being outdoors, and swimming in springs and rivers. He had planned to study chemistry,...
February 2022
Digging (and Crawling) Deep into the Past To join Micka Ullman on a research trip, you’re going to need to pack a few things: some good lengths of rope, a handful of carabiners, a head...
February 2022
Bridging Geographical, Academic, and Disciplinary Gaps Lilach Gonen knows Jerusalem’s roads well. As an undergraduate dual major in archaeology and environmental sciences, she divided her time...
February 2022
Optimizing Water Use in Agriculture In 2019 Laura Rez arrived at the Hebrew University’s Robert H. Smith Faculty as a summer research fellow. She was finishing her B.Eng in Bioresource...
February 2022
Role Playing for a Greener Future In the late fall, a group of 30 Hebrew University graduate students checked into a hotel in the Golan Heights. They were on a mission: to determine whether to...
February 2022
  When Life Gives You Grapes Roi Alford is a second-year graduate student in the Agriculture, Natural Resources & Environment program at the Smith Faculty of Agriculture, Food and...
November 2021
ASPER-HUJI Innovate was thrilled to receive the Outstanding Emerging Entrepreneurship Center Award, bestowed annually by the Global Consortium of Entrepreneurship Centers (GCEC). The...
November 2021
Researchers – 40/40 Haitham Amal, 36 The Institute for Drug Research, the School of Pharmacy – the Hebrew University’s Faculty of Medicine | Lives in Haifa, married with two children...
July 2021
" src="/profiles/openscholar/modules/contrib/wysiwyg/plugins/break/images/spacer.gif" title="<--break-->">Beit She’an, a small city in Israel’s periphery with a population of some 20,000...
November 2020
  As the first shut-down went into effect, NGOs and national programs that serve at-risk youth were eliminated, including counselors, and social workers – leaving youngsters without anyone to...