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.
To meet Israel’s critical shortage of physicians and other health professionals, Ariel University is focusing on the establishment of a medical school, aided by the generous support of the Adelson Family Foundation.
The Free Electron Laser Particle Accelerator at Ariel University is the only one of its kind in the Middle East. Scientists from all over Israel and the world take advantage of its unique attributes for technologically advanced research.
Ariel University in Israel remembers Alexandre Raab “I would say act like a man of thought, and think, like a man of action.” Henri Bergson Ariel University mourns the passing of our dear friend, Alexandre Raab. Alex was more than just a friend of Ariel University; he was an inventor, business innovator, and an outspoken Continue Reading »
As part of its program to establish a new medical school and its recently opened Institute for Personalized Medicine, Ariel University has now launched a Center for Drug Repurposing (CDR) in partnership with a private Israeli company, Drug Rediscovery Ltd. This is the world’s first academic center for drug re-purposing. Drug re-purposing is the process Continue Reading »
Ariel University has developed a unique program that integrates students on the high-functioning Ariel Autistic Spectrum into higher education.
Students and faculty represent the large spectrum of Israeli society, including students from the orthodox and ultra-orthodox Jewish communities, Arab students and secular Jewish students.
To continue developing and improving Israeli wines, further research and development of local vineyards and wine technologies are essential.
Opened in 2014, the department has exclusive excavation rights to three unique and important archaeological sites dating back over 2,000 years to biblical times.