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The Minerva Institute for German History located at Tel Aviv University has published its Tel Aviv Yearbook for German History 2020 more

Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center just published its Journal of German-Jewish Literature and Cultural History more

In remembrance of Dmitry Ioffe

November 18, 2020

It is with profound sadness that the Minerva Stiftung mourns for the passing of Professor Dimitri Ioffe. more

Strengthening the reputation of the distinguished Minerva Fellowship Programme more

The Principal Investigator for Molecular Genetics at the Weizmann Institute joines the dignified National Academie of Science in Germany as one of fifteen distinguished Israeli scientists more

The Center located at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem benefits from the largest ever German-Israeli research grant more

Glacial ice discoveries by Minerva Center's director might help to understand the history of our solar system more

Topographies of the exile: By means of a Minerva short term research grant, the art historian Dr. Oliver Sukrow could conduct research at the National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, in August 2019 on the varied oeuvre of Lea Grundig. The Dresden born Jewish-German artist lived and worked in the British mandated territory of Palestine from 1940 until 1948. more

Minerva fellow Dr. Suliman Adam interviewed in latest Max Planck Journal about his life and research acivities in times of the corona crisis and lockdown in Israel. more

Due to the current spread of covid-19 the Minerva Stiftung carries on its business as usual but the proceeding status of requests might be delayed. Support and flexible solutions can be offered within various parts of our programmes. more

The Minerva Institute for German History located at Tel Aviv University has published its Tel Aviv Yearbook for German History 2020 more

Franz Rosenzweig Minerva Research Center just published its Journal of German-Jewish Literature and Cultural History more

In remembrance of Dmitry Ioffe

November 18, 2020

It is with profound sadness that the Minerva Stiftung mourns for the passing of Professor Dimitri Ioffe. more

Strengthening the reputation of the distinguished Minerva Fellowship Programme more

The Principal Investigator for Molecular Genetics at the Weizmann Institute joines the dignified National Academie of Science in Germany as one of fifteen distinguished Israeli scientists more

The Center located at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem benefits from the largest ever German-Israeli research grant more

Glacial ice discoveries by Minerva Center's director might help to understand the history of our solar system more

Topographies of the exile: By means of a Minerva short term research grant, the art historian Dr. Oliver Sukrow could conduct research at the National Library of Israel, Jerusalem, in August 2019 on the varied oeuvre of Lea Grundig. The Dresden born Jewish-German artist lived and worked in the British mandated territory of Palestine from 1940 until 1948. more

Minerva fellow Dr. Suliman Adam interviewed in latest Max Planck Journal about his life and research acivities in times of the corona crisis and lockdown in Israel. more

Due to the current spread of covid-19 the Minerva Stiftung carries on its business as usual but the proceeding status of requests might be delayed. Support and flexible solutions can be offered within various parts of our programmes. more

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