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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 1950. 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

Managing Directors

June 25, 2020

The Managing Directors of the Minerva Stiftung are responsible not only for the representation of the foundation towards the public, but also for the incorporation of the Minerva Stiftung GmbH into the Max Planck Society as its sole shareholder. more

A brand new volume has been published that is based on the papers held at the Minerva-Gentner Symposium in Berlin at Freie Universität in June 2018. more

In May 2020 Dr. Andrea Flack received the research award for scientists working in the fields of biological and biomedical research which is funded by the Minna-James-Heineman-Sitftung and administered by the Minerva Stiftung. more

Minerva Centers are scientific pioneer institutions with a focus on innovative research topics in Israel and are funded by the Minerva Stiftung, the German Federal Ministery of Education and Research and the particular host university where the Center is based. The research at the Centers is carried out in cooperation with German partners. 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 1950. 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

A brand new volume has been published that is based on the papers held at the Minerva-Gentner Symposium in Berlin at Freie Universität in June 2018. more

In May 2020 Dr. Andrea Flack received the research award for scientists working in the fields of biological and biomedical research which is funded by the Minna-James-Heineman-Sitftung and administered by the Minerva Stiftung. more

In early 2018, Minerva issued a call for proposals for new Minerva Centers in relation to the topic of "Aging". Minerva received proposals from a variety of research areas and from nearly all universities. In late February 2019, the Centers Committee, which is responsible for selecting and assessing applications for new centers, met in Jerusalem for its final meeting. The following three proposals were selected for funding: more

Minerva's Head of Office, Dr. Lou Bohlen, speaks about her role within the Minerva Stiftung. The interview contains her personal story with the Minerva Stiftung, her view on the institution as well as her tasks as Head of Office and her vision for the future.. more

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