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Prof. Shmuel Reis helps create a roadmap for integrating important lessons learned from Nazi medical atrocities into contemporary medical and health science curriculums worldwide

Yossi Ze’evi, who graduated in Computer Science from HIT Holon Institute of Technology, talks about his path, the exit he made from the first company he worked for, the company he founded with his partners, and the tips he gives every student.

Collaboration between HIT Holon Institute of Technology, the teaching authority of the Sheba Medical Center, and the Sheba-BEYOND virtual hospital will allow training nurses in Israel and around the world to work in a digital environment the teaching authority of the Sheba Medical Center and the Sheba-BEYOND virtual hospital will allow training nurses in Israel and around the world to work in a digital environment.

The prestigious scientific journals Nature Electronics and Nature Communications, have reported on the progress made by a joint research team from Israel and China, confirming that a structure with as few as 5000 atoms (10nm in diameter) can still exhibit solid-state ferroelectric effects suitable for production of devices with binary information storage.

The Israeli start-up Treetoscope, founded by HIT's graduate Dotan Eshet, won the international award for a product that will change the world of irrigation in agriculture.

Prof. Aviv Gibali, Head of the Department of Applied Mathematics, shows how math is behind everything.

HIT Holon Institute of Technology and the Bezeq Group launched "The Chosen" - Female Leadership program in a ceremony with the President of the Institute, Prof. Eduard Yakubov, and the CEO, Mr. Shmuel Goldberg.

'The Lingua Advancement lab’ is the result of a collaboration between the Department of English at the School of Multidisciplinary Studies and the Center for Student Advancement in the Dean of Students’ office. 

"It was stressful, but we got used to it," said the international students who stayed in Israel during the "Iron Swords" war.

Dr. Mali Sher, a lecturer at the Faculty of Industrial Engineering and Technology Management, takes part in an innovative process to improve inventory control and the distribution of designated drugs in day hospitalization