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TAU alumni dominate Jerusalem Post list of 50 most influential Jews

Thirteen of the 50 individuals on the Jerusalem Post‘s 2023 list of the 50 Most Influential Jews are alumni of Tel Aviv University (TAU). Among these thirteen are Ynon Kreiz, the CEO of Mattel, and Guy Franklin, the Founder and General Partner of “Israeli Mapped in NY” Ventures. Every year, the Jerusalem Post releases a… Read More

TAU ranks in PitchBook international top ten for the second consecutive year

The prestigious PitchBook entrepreneurship ranking for 2023 places Tel Aviv University (TAU) in seventh place globally and first place outside the US for the second year in a row. TAU graduates are at the top of the global entrepreneurship list thanks to 825 undergraduate entrepreneurs at TAU, who have founded 692 companies that have raised… Read More

New TAU study finds correlation between thunderstorms and formation of cirrus clouds

A new Tel Aviv University (TAU) study has found a significant statistical correlation between thunderstorms occurring around the world and the formation of wispy cirrus clouds that might increase global warming. The researchers say that although it is known that cirrus clouds can contribute to global warming, it is very difficult to track these clouds… Read More

TAU approves new admission requirements for underrepresented populations

A new Tel Aviv University (TAU) program will strive to increase the numbers of students from underrepresented populations admitted to its School of Medicine. According to the new plan, 10% of all those admitted to the first year of the six-year track will come from four underrepresented groups: haredim, Ethiopian Israelis, outstanding students from the… Read More