Hebrew University


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Hebrew University of Jerusalem,

at Mt. Scopus, Givat Ram, Ein Karem, and Rehovot, Israel; coeducational. First proposed in 1882, formally opened 1925. It is the world's largest Jewish university and is noted for its work on the Dead Sea Scrolls. The university has faculties of humanities, mathematics and natural science, law, agriculture, and social sciences, as well as schools of education, social work, library and archive studies, and business, and operates the Hebrew Univ.–Hadassah School of Medicine. The Jewish National and University Library (1892) contains over 2 million volumes. The university maintains numerous research institutes in agriculture, business and finance, energy, law, medicine, and historical and contemporary Jewry. The Harry S. Truman International Center for the Advancement of Peace is affiliated.
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Her claims were presented to dozens of students and lecturers from Columbia University as a study conducted by the professor under the auspices of the Hebrew University.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- An Arab professor of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem al-Quds stated that the Israeli military tests various weapons against innocent Palestinians, even children, in order to learn which are the most powerful, a report noted on Sunday.
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Yissum, the Technology Transfer Company of The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has signed a strategic collaboration with KYORIN Pharmaceutical Co Ltd, a subsidiary of KYORIN Holdings Inc, it was reported yesterday.
The bronze ring was discovered 50 years ago during a dig at Herodion near the West Bank's Bethlehem by Professor Gideon Forster from the Hebrew University.
He also criticized the "far-left, Meretz members," as well as the Hebrew University, for cooperating with "the campaign of lies of the boycott activist."
As a child he loved to fix things, and at the end of his military service when his father asked which university department he wanted to attend, Yitzhak replied "electrician." His father signed him into the physics and mathematics program at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem, where they include the study of electricity.
As part of the agreement, GRAIL will sponsor a research programme, which will led by Professor Yuval Dor of The Hebrew University's Faculty of Medicine.
Among the items on display are "his 1921 Nobel Prize, handwritten pages from the theory of relativity, letters exchanged with Sigmund Freud, family members and lovers, and the physicist's own vinyl record collection," according to Hebrew University.
When I saw it last week, I realized I hadn't thought about the word since I was a graduate student in the 1990s at Hebrew University in Jerusalem studying literature.
Hannah was on a student exchange program with Hebrew University of Jerusalem as part of her theology and archaeology studies at the University of Birmingham.