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From Bat-Mobile to a Corona Lab: Design Faculty students and disabled children from Beit Issie Shapiro creatively celebrate Purim 2021.

An innovative task-allocation algorithm will enable police to respond to calls more quickly and efficiently

New digital approach for integrating human, animal and environmental ecosystems was conceived by scientists from HIT and European institutions, helping to create an effective unified framework.Dr. Arriel Benis: "In the future, the One Digital Health (ODH) approach can be used to prevent and manage health crises like the COVID-19 pandemic."

HIT creates costumes for disabled children.

The first and only Department of Multi-disciplinary studies in Israel embarks on unprecedented journey to adapt teaching methods to new Corona-driven reality, and shares its findings in inaugural debut at the 2021 Chais Conference.

First-of-its-Kind Program with Israel Railways, Israel Electric Company and NTA.

International Online Conference — The impact of Artificial Intelligence (AI) on Contemporary Design

Following the success of the 1st International Soft Skills Academy for students, with a content adapted to researchers, academic and administrative staff, the Academy took place between January 18th and February 4th 2021.

Machine-learning text-analysis algorithm identifies individuals with depression in social networks.

A novel study led by Dr. Erez Simony, a brain researcher from the Faculty of Engineering and a guest scientist at the Weizmann Institute’s Department of Neurobiology, has advanced our understanding of the how the Default Mode Network of the brain works.