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  • Hebrew U. Ranked 5th on List of Best Places to Work in Academia Jerusalem – July 14, 2010 -- The Scientist magazine has ranked the Hebrew University and the Weizmann Institute at the top of its list of academic institutions outside of the United States as the “Best Places to Work in Academia, 2010” in the field of life sciences. The Hebrew University was ranked fifth on the list, and the Weizmann Institute was ranked second.
  • National Research Foundation Of Singapore Adds Hebrew University To Top World Institutions Participating In Its CREATE Research Program HU research will focus on inflammatory diseases Singapore - July 6, 2010 - The National Research Foundation (NRF) of Singapore has announced that the Hebrew University of Jerusalem will join other leading world universities that have been selected to participate in research centers in Singapore under the CREATE (Campus for Research Excellence and Technological Enterprise) program.
  • Despite Gaza Flotilla Incident, Rise In Willingness To Compromise Among Palestinians And Israelis According to Latest Truman-Palestinian Poll Jerusalem - July 4, 2010 - Despite the Gaza flotilla incident, there is a rise among both Israelis and Palestinians in their willingness to compromise. However, two thirds on both sides remain pessimistic about the future of the peace process.
  • Oldest Written Document Ever Found In Jerusalem Discovered By Hebrew University Researchers Jerusalem - July 12, 2010 - The tiny clay fragment – dating from the 14th century B.C.E. – found by Hebrew University archaeologists in excavations outside Jerusalem’s Old City walls contains the oldest written document ever found in Jerusalem. (Photo: Sasson Tiram)
  • Nobel Prize Laureates To Participate In Summer School On Political Economy At Hebrew U Jerusalem - June 29, 2010 - Two Nobel Prize laureates in economics – Prof. Kenneth Arrow, Prof. Eric Maskin and Prof. Roger Myerson – will participate in the 21st summer school on political economy at the Institute of Advanced Studies at the Hebrew University this week.
  • CFHU Vancouver Chapter 2010 Gala Event Speakers Compilation Video Vancouver hosted a Gala Dinner on April 25, 2010 that honoured Dr. Phil Switzer and showcased the research partnerships between The Rick Hansen Foundation, The University of British Columbia, and The Canadian Friend of Hebrew University in their ongoing Spinal Cord research.
  • Expert on the Spot: The End of Parkinson’s Disease? Ph.D. student Adam Zaidel on Parkinson's Disease – Submit your questions! July 5, 2010 – Do you know someone living with Parkinson’s disease? This month’s 'Expert on the Spot' focuses on Deep Brain Stimulation (DBS), which is like a brain pacemaker that relieves symptoms and improves quality of life. Ph.D. student Adam Zaidel’s current research brings him to the surgery room once a week and he is at the forefront in the fight against Parkinson’s.
  • Lend a Hand to Heal - Sderot Youth Summer Knowledge Camp @ the Hebrew University With your help these youth can enjoy an educational experience of a lifetime.

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