Studying the brain activity of blind people, scientists at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem are challenging the standard view of how the human brain specializes to perform different kinds of tasks, and shedding new light on how our brains can adapt to the rapid cultural and technological changes of the 21st Century.
New research from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem shows that the most common form of white blood cells, called neutrophils, contain many different subtypes, of which some fight... More
Israel Elections 2015! Hebrew University's professors are world renowned political science experts. This short and engaging video features them telling it like it is.More
A technology developed in the Hebrew University's chemistry laboratories aims to provide affordable and efficient solutions for oil spill cleanups by tackling hydrocarbon contaminants at their...More
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is proud to announce the launch of the Digital Einstein Papers. As 100th anniversary of Einstein’s completion of the General Theory of Relativity... More
Two Hebrew University students established nonprofit youth organization,"The Sky is the Limit", that uses social entrepreneurship to establish communal awareness and leadership among at-risk...More