The Department of Land of Israel Studies and Archaeology offers courses in the archaeology of the region from prehistory through the Late Antique period, as well as in the history of the Land of Israel from ancient times until the modern period. Affiliated with the department, the Institute of Archaeology provides the aegis for all of the archaeological fieldwork conducted by the university. This summer excavations will be conducted at two locations: Tel Burna, an important site during the Bronze and Iron Ages located in the Shephelah region of Israel, and at ‘Einot Amitai, a Roman period stone vessel workshop located near Nazareth in Galilee. Recently, the institute has been responsible for excavations at Tel Hebron (Rumeida) and at Tel Shiloh.
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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 »
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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.
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.