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Jun 2, 2014 | Category: ASUH News
Researchers from the University of Haifa and the University of California have developed a revolutionary method that integrates biotechnological and computational tools to accurately monitor the adaptive mutations in viruses such as AIDS, SARS and polio. [More]
Jun 1, 2014 | Category: ASUH News
Frederik Willem de Klerk, the former President of South Africa who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1993 with Nelson Mandela, was among eight distinguished individuals who received Honorary Degrees from the University of Haifa on May 27. [More]
May 21, 2014 | Category: ASUH News
“It is a vote of confidence by one of the world's leading charitable trusts in the University of Haifa's excellence in the field of Mediterranean Sea research” says Amos Shapira, University of Haifa President. [More]
May 15, 2014 | Category: ASUH News

Forget the gauzy notion that early settlers existed in harmony with the environment. Urbanization was destructive, archaeologists in Israel have shown.

Apr 25, 2014 | Category: ASUH News

By Sue Fishkoff

Amos Shapira, the president of the University of Haifa, has a unique perspective on the role played by the institution he heads.

Mar 2, 2014 | Category: ASUH News
Could used coffee grounds be good for your plants? University of Haifa scientists are planning to answer that question.  [More]
Feb 25, 2014 | Category: ASUH News
The State of Israel has been engaged in a multi-year campaign to bring Israeli-born scientists, now working abroad, back to Israel to strengthen the nations’ scientific and research capabilities.It just took another big step forward. [More]
Sep 20, 2013 | Category: ASUH News

A new joint study by researchers at the University of Haifa and Rambam Hospital that compared the handwriting of 40 sick and healthy subjects suggests an innovative and noninvasive method of diagnosing Parkinson’s at a fairly early stage.


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