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The University's researchers continue to piece together the details of the lives of our common human ancestors and the beginnings of agriculture as we know it.
Last week the media reported on the Institute of Evolution's mapping of the genomes of early agricultural seeds, and also Prof. Dani Nadel of the Zinman Institute of archeology has published joint research in NATURE on the earliest DNA found in the Middle East. 12,000 years ago, it appears there were three genetic populations living in the area: from Iran, from the Levant (Israel and Jordan) and from Anatolia (Turkey). "We knew that during thousands of years after the beginning of the agricultural revolution there were many migrations in the ancient Near East and Europe, resulting in new genetically 'mixed' populations, but we did not know what was happening right in the cradle of the [agricultural] revolution - where and when it all began". These findings represent another vital piece in the jigsaw.
University of Haifa Orders Leopard ROV
An article on University of Haifa's new acquisition for advancements in deep-sea research. 
In Israeli City of Haifa, a Liberal Arab Culture Blossoms
An article on Haifa city in the New York Times. 
Texas A&M to open $6 million research center in Israel

An article from the Times of Israel on a join research center of the University of Haifa and Texas A&M

Political Upheaval in Egypt is Israel's Gain for Arabic Language Programs
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Earliest Evidence of Using Flower Beds for Burial Found in Raqefet Cave in Mt Carmel
Georgia Haifa, Georgia Universities Team Up Via Technology
Sandra ICB Israel's Study Abroad Opportunities Expand
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University of Haifa Leading in Global Medical Systems


University of Haifa: Return of the Nautilus


First Graduate Holocaust Studies Program


Making a Mark in Germany


Reservations on Study Abroad in Egypt Coming to UHIS


New Holocaust Studies MA "unique"

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University of Haifa: United Israel


Finding Solutions in the Heart of Conflict


Cal State System Revives Study in Israel

Holocaust Interview

International MA Program in Holocaust Studies