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HIT, through the FUTURE Entrepreneurship Center, together with the Department of Visual Communication, initiated a Hackathon on the subject of returning to routine, in collaboration with the Ministry of Health. The goal was to develop means for creating social responsibility among youth regarding the way they conduct in the corona era.

Award winning app. and bot, developed by HIT's Computer Sciences' students for the "March of Heroism" Hackathon.

The model of the dysfunctional protein RyR2, developed by Dr. Yulia Einav and her collaborators, may serve as a basis for a quick and effective diagnostic tool for a wide range of life-threatening genetic disorders.

The meeting was attended by HIT's President, Prof. Eduard Yakubov, Vice- President for Academic Affairs, Prof. David Shoikhet, HIT's CEO Mr. Shmuel Goldberg and Mr. Mordechai Mishan, Senior Advisor to the President, as well as the Deans of the Faculties of Engineering, Design, Science, Instructional Technologies, Industrial Engineering and Technology Management, Department of Multidisciplinary Studies, Department of Digital Medical Technologies and the Center for the Advancement of Teaching.

Prof. Alla Zak's laboratory at HIT is the only one in the world to develop and synthesize the multipurpose nanotubes of WS2 and MoS2, now in great demand by researchers all over the world

Rotem Israel-Fishelson began her academic career as a student at HIT. After graduating, she continued in the capacity as Lecturer in her academic home – the Faculty of Instructional Technologies.

An Interview with Khalmuradov Rustam Ibragimovich, Rector of Samarkand University.

On Friday, March 12th, an international online meeting was held between the heads of the Holon Institute of Technology (HIT) and the National University of Uzbekistan (NUU).

The Institute's Computer Center won the "Outstanding Computing" Competition for 2020, in the 'Outstanding Projects in Technology Education- Academy' category, held by "People & Computers" group.

Panel Discussion Touches on Motivation, Family Support and Adapting to Rapid Change.