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Aug 12th, 2021Longest-lived exotic hadron discovered at CERN confirms 2017 prediction of Prof TAU Prof. Marek Karliner and Prof. Jonathan Rosner correctly predicted the mass of the exotic Tcc+ subatomic particle
May 31st, 2021IAS expresses condolences over the passing of past Sackler Scholar Dani Karavan Sculptor Dani Karavan, Israel Prize Laureate and creator of Knesset wall carving, dies at 90
Apr 4th, 2021Mathematician Prof. Peter D. Lax Named Winner of 2005 Abel Prize The Norwegian Academy of Science and Letters awarded the Abel Prize to former Sackler Distinguished Lecturer in Mathematics Prof. Peter D. Lax
Mar 18th, 2021Prof. Moshe Phillip recipient of the 2020 Andrea Prader Lifetime Achievement IAS Coordinator of the Distinguished Lectures in Medicine Prof. Moshe Phillip, was awarded the Andrea Prader Lifetime Achievement Prize for Teaching and Research by the European Society of Pediatric Endocrinology (ESPE)
Feb 17th, 2021Prof. Kyriacos Costa (K.C.) Nicolaou wins prestigious 2016 Wolf Prize in Prof. Nicolaou, former IAS Guest Lecturer in Chemistry, recognized for advances in field of chemical synthesis
Jan 21st, 2021Prof. Shrinivas Kulkarni wins the 2017 Dan David Prize Prof. Kulkarni, former IAS Guest Lecturer, is a pioneer and leading figure in time-domain astrophysics and planetary science
Dec 28th, 2020IAS Director Prof. Marek Karliner appointed Chairman of Israel High Energy Prof. Karliner will work to strengthen the scientific cooperation and to expand other aspects of Israel’s relations with CERN, including buyback from Israeli high tech and educational activities
Nov 24th, 20202019 TAU Honorary doctorate degree awarded to Prof. Amnon Yariv TAU confers Honorary Doctorate to Permanent Sackler Member Prof. Amnon Yariv, for decades of breakthrough research in optoelectronics
Nov 23rd, 2020Prof. Wolfgang Schleich is the 2021 recepient of the Herbert Walther Award Former Sackler Lecturer Prof. Wolfgang Schleich is the recipient of the prestigious 2021 Herbert Walther Award
Nov 16th, 2020Prof. Thomas Römer with new conclusions about the Ark of Covenant Sackler Lecturer 2010-2011 Prof. Thomas Römer proposes a tentative reading of the biblical story of the Ark of Covenant. Findings from the excavations at Kiryat Ye’arim, contradict the biblical story of King David bringing the Ark of Covenant to Jerusalem.