The Hebrew University of Jerusalem (HU) climbed 13 places to rank 77th among the world’s top universities and number one in Israel, according to the 2022 Academic Ranking of World Universities (ARWU), published today (Monday). Topping the list were Harvard, followed by Stanford, MIT, Cambridge, and UCLA Berkeley. Two other Israeli universities placed in the top 100, as well—the Technion and Weizmann Institute both shared the 83rd spot. This is a major achievement for Israel’s higher education at large and for Hebrew U., specifically.
Hebrew U. Research Shows How a Rainy Day Affects Our Reviews of a Past Stay in a Hotel
Hebrew U. Researchers Discover Why There’s Less Lightning in Storms Over Oceans than on Land
As the world grapples with the cataclysmic events associated with climate change, it is increasingly important to have accurate climate models that can help predict what might lie ahead.
With a constant renewal of cell vitality in diseased tissues, this new drug will hopefully lead to the treatment or prevention of diseases, such as Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s
Hebrew University Researchers Provide Timely Understanding of Putin's Food Policy
Archaeological Excavations near Temple Mount Also Unearth Pool Built by Soldiers from Rome’s 10th Legion and Byzantine lamp inscribed, “The light of Christ shines for all”
2022 Academic Ranking of World Universities Ranks Hebrew U. 17th Worldwide in Mathematics and Communications, and #1 in Israel in Earth Sciences, Food Sciences, Water Resources, Economics, and Public Policy
Team identifies 14,000 sites on the genome of embryo stem cells that control the development of all embryonic organs
Parkinson's is a progressive and debilitating disease of the brain that eventually compromises patients' ability to walk and even to talk. Its diagnosis is complex, and in the early stages – impossible.
The usual method of visualizing brain structure utilizes a technique most of us are familiar with, called MRI. However, it is not sensitive enough to reveal the biological changes that take place in the brain of Parkinson patients, and at present is primarily only used to eliminate other possible diagnoses.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem has announced the appointment of four new deans who will take up their posts at the beginning of the upcoming academic year in October 2022.
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