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  • Members of CFHU’s first Cannabis Mission to the Hebrew University of Jerusalem got an in-depth look at the intersection of agriculture, research, business and society, associated to the plant with the longest history of cultivation by man.
  • A recent study published in the Journal of Experimental Social Psychology by Hebrew University of Jerusalem’s School of Business Administration Professor Shoham Choshen-Hillel, and her colleagues Alex Shaw at the University of Chicago and Eugene Caruso at UCLA, suggests that in public situations when bosses are concerned with appearing impartial, they often act with bias against their friends.
  • For children and teenagers in some of Israel’s poorest communities, the Hebrew University Youth Division provides the first opportunity to imagine a future that includes higher education and ambitious career prospects.
  • Today is Giving Tuesday, marking National Giving Day! On behalf of Canadian Friends of Hebrew University (CFHU), we would like to thank you and acknowledge your kind support and generous contributions.
  • A big Thank You to the Kraft family for establishing The Bernie Kraft Memorial Research Fund at the Hebrew University to honour the memory of their husband and father. The fund will be supporting the cutting edge research being done at Hebrew University’s newly established Multidisciplinary Center for Cannabinoid Research.
  • In celebration of the 100th anniversary of Hebrew University’s founding, CFHU is honouring our exceptional alumni with the launch of our “100 Alumni We Love” campaign.
  • A researcher at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem was one of 20 awarded a combined $1 million from Facebook’s WhatsApp unit to investigate how misinformation spreads on its platform.
  • In the upcoming issue of Nucleic Acids Research (Modulation of MKNK2 alternative splicing by splice-switching oligonucleotides as a novel approach for glioblastoma treatment), Professor Rotem Karni and his team at Hebrew University’s Institute for Medical Research-Israel Canada (IMRIC) share promising results for a new glioblastoma treatment with the potential to improve and extend patients’ lives.

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