Israel Institute for Advanced Studies (IIAS) is a national institution devoted to academic research. Located at The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, on the Edmond J. Safra campus at Givat Ram, the IIAS is a self-governing body, both in its administrative function as well as its academic pursuit.

The primary function of the Institute is to encourage and support collaborative research. Along with collaborative Research Groups, the Institute annually hosts six Advanced Schools as well as many conferences.

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Congratulations to Prof. Hermona Soreq on being awarded the EMET Prize!

3 March, 2022

 

IIAS wishes warm congratulations to Prof. Hermona Soreq on being awarded the 2022 EMET Prize for her work in the field of Brain Sciences. Prof. Soreq is a member of the IIAS Academic Committee for Natural Sciences, has co-directed previous Advanced Schools in Life Science, and was the co-organizer of a Research Group in 2002.

Congratulations to Prof. Gidi Shelach-Lavi on being awarded the EMET Prize!

24 February, 2022

 

IIAS wishes warm congratulations to Prof. Gidi Shelach-Lavi (IIAS Fellow 2020-2021) from The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, who has been awarded the 2022 EMET Prize. Prof. Shelach-Lavi is an archeologist specializing in north-east Asia, with a focus on the Neolithic and Bronze Age in China.

The EMET Prize is an Israeli prize awarded annually for excellence in academic and professional achievements that have far-reaching influence and make an important contribution to society, and this prize expresses the significance of Prof. Shelach-Lavi's work.

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Michal Segoli is a senior lecturer in the Department of Desert Ecology at Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.
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    New York University