Classic enjoyment: Dr. Naly Thaler

Working to instill true appreciation for the beauty, importance and intricacy of ancient philosophy.
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A Hebrew University alumna comes home: Dr. Orly Shenker

Dr. Orly Shenker returns to the Faculty of Humanities’ Department of Philosophy and the Sidney M. Edelstein Center for the History and Philosophy of Science, Technology and Medicine. Learn More

Sound communicator: Prof. Orna Amster-Choder

Communication is the key to success for IMRIC molecular biologist Prof. Orna Amster-Choder. Learn More

The curiosity gene: Prof. Howard Cedar

Prof. Howard Cedar regards his life’s research as being “focused on one central idea” concerning how cells select the genetic information they need to function and ignore the rest of the genetic package. Learn More

All about timing: Prof. Yosef Gruenbaum

In his long-term studies of the nuclear lamina, Prof. Yosef Gruenbaum has shed light on its impact on genetic mutations in a broad range of diseases. Learn More

From abstract to concrete: Prof. David Enoch

Prof. David Enoch is far more intrigued by asking questions than he is in reaching conclusive answers. Learn More

The truth about food: Dr. Zohar Kerem

Healthy eating tips from Hebrew University food chemist Dr. Zohar Kerem. Learn More

Inner Asia’s neglected history: Prof. Michal Biran

While all the world’s cultures have passed through the area, Inner Asian studies is a black hole in world history, says Prof. Michal Biran of the Faculty of Humanities. Learn More