Thursday, October 19, 2017
New facial recognition technology endorsed by the Jewish Community Centers Association of North America could play a key role in preventing future attacks.
The Center for World University Rankings, based in Saudi Arabia, ranked the Hebrew University of Jerusalem as the number one university in the Middle East.
Prof. Atlas developed molecules derived from the active site of Trx1, called thioredoxin-mimetic peptides, which protect the brain after traumatic injury.
The EDAB-FENS Brain Awareness Week Excellence Award was awarded to The Edmond and Lily Safra Center for Brain Sciences at Hebrew University of Jerusalem.
On a quest to find the tastiest watermelon for your Fourth of July cookout? There’s an Israeli app for that.
Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) has received a $400 million donation, the largest donation ever made to any Israeli educational institution.
The Hebrew University of Jerusalem is ranked #17 in Asia, moving up 8 spots from #25 last year, to #17 this year.
Britain's Ambassador to Israel visited headquarters of Israeli volunteer emergency medical service organization United Hatzalah in Jerusalem Tuesday.
The Hospital Liaison Program involves volunteer EMTs and paramedics from United Hatzalah volunteering for a minimum of two shifts per month.
As part of the initiative, volunteer medics pay weekly house calls to elderly people, many of whom are Holocaust survivors who live on their own.

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