Ariel University is proud to be Israel’s newest research university and prides itself on a strong emphasis on life science and engineering research to meet the needs of Israel’s hi-tech industries. Ariel University aspires to be at the forefront of innovative research in order to advance Israel’s economic and social development, drawing on the immense potential of the Israeli people.
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Dr. Amos Azaria began computer programming at the age of 6 and was a finalist in the International Bible Contest at 12. Now he hopes to win the Indianapolis 500 Autonomous Challenge.
Dr. Eshbal Ratzon took on the daunting task of deciphering 36 fragile fragments of one of the last remaining ancient Dead Sea Scrolls. What she discovered sheds light on the history of science.
Towards the end of a pleasurable day of biking in nature, miles from civilization, it's getting dark and you could use some help with the uphill effort. But your bicycle battery is empty, and your cellphone's battery is almost finished. You might get lost without the help of a navigation app. Fortunately, you brought along your portable hydrogen fuel cell. Just mix a bit of powder with water in the device, plug in your recharger and you are good to go for about 8 more hours!
Focusing on the impact of sibling relationships within the family and on society.
Research ranging from ringing in the ears to music in the ears, with a wide spectrum of subjects in between
Interdisciplinary collaboration at Ariel University is creating new technologies for understanding and helping children with neurodevelopmental conditions.
As a professional athlete and coach, Professor Jay Hoffman’s curiosity leads him to seek answers about the capabilities of human physiology through scientific research. His research focuses on exercise and dietary interventions to maximize human performance.
Dr. Michal Icht has joined the Beatbox generation to develop innovative tools for speech impairments.
There is a certain sparkle in Ronen A. Cohen’s eye when he speaks about Musa al-Sadr. In his opinion, it was the revered and charismatic Musa al-Sadr, and not the Ayatollah Khomeini, who should be credited with the Islamic Revolution.
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The murder of the Israeli athletes at the Munich Olympics had a very strong influence on Dr. Dan Naor. From a very early age he became intrigued about the intricacies of the region.
Department of Land of Israel and Archaeology
Dr. Adi Eliyahu Behar integrates archaeology with chemistry to discover the origins of iron artifacts from the Early Iron Age and shed light on the development and production of iron in the Levant.
Prof. Alex Schechter and his team of researchers at the Fuel Cells and Electrochemistry Group are striving to develop unconventional sources of clean and renewable energy and make a significant contribution towards a sustainable clean energy economy.
Mindy Levine comes to Ariel University as a brand new immigrant from the US, and she has hit the ground running. Her exuberance for chemistry is palpable, and she is wasting no time in digging in and sharing her rich experience and passion with her students and fellow faculty.