Aaron Ciechanover travels to the isolated country to promote non-political scientific and educational exchanges.
World famous chemist, physicist maintained close ties with Israeli academic institutes and was a vocal critic of nuclear research.
The University of Salzburg announced that Konrad Lorenz, a zoologist who was awarded the 1973 Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, no longer holds his honorary doctorate, 26 years after his death.
Prizewinners represent humanity’s elite as it appears from the recesses of northern Europe.
After leaving much of the left wing in its wake, the organization opened its new campaign at a conference in south Tel Aviv – which could be why so few turned up.
At the risk of his personal freedom and, some would say, his life, Snowden exposed his government’s paradigm reversal, which took place far from the public’s eye.
Royal Swedish Academy of Sciences awards Nobel Prize for economics to 'one of the most influential economists of our time.'
Eric Betzig, Stefan W Hell and William E Moerner won the prize for their work in developing sharper vision for microscopes.
As the Jewish year comes to a close, Haaretz presents a selection of the outstanding writers and op-eds of the last 12 months, addressing issues from the Gaza conflict to debates within the Jewish world, from Israel to the future of Zionism.
Martin Karplus, who shared 2013 prize for chemistry with Michael Levitt and Arieh Warshel, calls for 'one land, with two states within that land.'