Saturday, February 01, 2014

Sunday 2-Feb-2014: Prof. Sivan will lecture in London at Tel Aviv University Trust event

"University for A Day" - is the second in Tel Aviv University’s annual series of informative workshops that provide a glimpse of some of the most exciting research being conducted on our campus today.



Reserve your place today for a day of study with Tel Aviv University professors - a unique forum with some of TAU’s leading academics, speaking on a wide range of fascinating topics:

Purity, Authenticity and Other Myths about Religion - with Menachem Fisch, Director of the Centre for Religious and Interreligious Studies, Entin Faculty of Humanities, with Prof. Simon Goldhill, University of Cambridge

Nanoscience in Israel: The Closest Thing to Magic - with Prof. Yael Hanein, Director of the TAU Centre for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology

Israel in a Rapidly Changing Middle East - with Prof. Asher Susser, Director for External Affairs, Moshe Dayan Centre for Middle Eastern and African Studies, Entin Faculty of Humanities, in conversation with Prof. Alan Johnson, BICOM

Decoding the Secrets of Cancer: A Scientific Journey - with Dr. Carmit Levy, Department of Human Molecular Genetics and Biochemistry, Sackler Faculty of Medicine

Creating New Businesses in the Age of Hyper Competition - with Prof. Yesha Sivan, Executive Director of the Coller Institute of Venture, Faculty of Management


Located at the heart of Israel’s high-tech and cultural centre, Tel Aviv University (TAU) represents Israel at its best – dynamic, innovative and forward-looking.
TAU ranks number one in Israel in the number and impact of research publications, and among the top 100 universities in the world. It is consistently selected the first choice of students from amongst Israel’s 69 colleges and universities.
With over 30,000 students, TAU offers 125 schools and departments across the
spectrum of sciences, humanities and arts together with Israel’s largest medical
teaching and research complex.

At TAU, “interdisciplinary” is a core value of the academic culture. The breadth
of expertise – combined with the university’s location in Tel Aviv, nerve centre of Israeli industry, business and the arts – creates ideal conditions for crossdisciplinary research programmes.