Efi Shporn

Efi Shporn

Melodea Bio Based Nano Technology awarded 3 European research grants

The core of the novel technology was developed by the lab of Professor Oded Shoseyov from the Hebrew University of Jerusalem and was licensed exclusively to Melodea. Moreover, the company develops unique technologies to self-assemble the NCC into ecologically friendly foams for ...

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Book on Japan by Prof. Ben-Ami Shillony Of Hebrew U. wins international award

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jerusalem, Dec.1, 2013 – The book, “Japan As I See It,” by Prof. Ben-Ami Shillony of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, has won this year’s prize as the best book furthering international understanding given by the Foundation for Furtherance of International Cultural Ties affiliated ...

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Israel: A significant shift in U.S. public opinion? And what if the answer is "Yes"? - Sabbah Report...

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - In a most remarkable article for Ha’aretz on 7 March, Daniel Blatman, a history professor at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, called on American Jews to end their silence “and co-operate with the shrinking groups of Israelis who have not yet lost hope that it’s possible to stop this ...

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Are computer coming up with answers we cannot understand? | Humanitarian News

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - As Gil Kalai of the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, has noted, if another computer program using a different method comes up with the same result, then the proof is probably right...

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Heterogenous vulnerable to extinction : Compute Scotland

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - This premise was examined in a study conducted by research students Omri Allouche and Michael Kalyuzhny, guided by (left) Prof. Ronen Kadmon from the Alexander Silberman Institute of Life Sciences at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, in collaboration with (left) Prof. Gregorio ...

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Elaborate Recreation of King Herod's Tomb Is Scrapped – Forward.com

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - The tomb of King Herod was located in 2007 by archaeologist Ehud Netzer, who found its remains on the slopes of the mountain fortress south of Jerusalem. Netzer died three years later after being injured in a fall at the site. But before his death Netzer used the ...

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UCSB Alum Jeremy Hodge Released From Custody in Egypt The Santa Barbara Independent

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Jeremy Hodge, a 26-year-old Los Angeles native UCSB alum, will return to the United States after his release from custody in Egypt on Sunday. Hodge, a self-proclaimed “MENA region enthusiast” and freelance translator, was arrested at his home in Western Cairo, along with his ...

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Climate Change is a Sin—Here's How to Repent For It | Politics | Religion Dispatches

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Dr. Jay Michaelson [ @jaymichaelson ] is Associate Editor of Religion Dispatches and the author of five books, most recently "Evolving Dharma: Meditation, Buddhism, and the Next Generation of Enlightenment" (North Atlantic, 2013). He holds a J.D. from Yale and a Ph.D. in Jewish Thought ...

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Opinio Juris » Blog Archive Behavioral International Law: An Introduction » Opinio Juris

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - [ Tomer Broude is Vice-Dean and Sylvan M. Cohen Chair in Law at the Faculty of Law and Department of International Relations at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. ] I’d like first to thank the Opinio Juris team, and particularly Prof. Chris Borgen, for inviting me to present my ...

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King Herod's Tomb A Mystery Yet Again

Hebrew University of Jerusalem - Then, in 2007, archaeologist Ehud Netzer announced he had discovered the king's final resting place. The tomb was a 32-by-32-foot (10 by 10 meters) building with a pointy roof and three coffins. One of these coffins, an intricately carved red stone, was alleged to be the tomb of the great king...

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