For the first time in the history of NASA’s International Space Apps Challenge, the agency selected a challenge based on the work of an Israeli scientist- Prof. Alon Peled of the Department of Political Science at the Hebrew University. “The goal of the challenge was to find a way to transform NASA’s information assets so that they are easier to discover on the Web, so that citizens, entrepreneurs, and experts working in non-space domains can discover and use them” Prof. Peled explained.
Hebrew Univeristy scientists develope a 'GPS' technique to map the brain.More
This year’s Israel Prize laureates include two Hebrew University professors and four Hebrew University alumni.More
A team of marine biologists headed by Dr. Binyamin Hochner of the Hebrew University show that octopuses can crawl in any direction relative to the body orientation.More