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Rothschild Prize

The Rothschild Prize was established in 1959 by Yad Hanadiv, a philanthropic foundation acting on behalf of the Rothschild family in Israel. Prizes are awarded to support, encourage and advance the Sciences and Humanities in Israel, and recognize original and outstanding published work in the following disciplines: Agriculture, Chemical Sciences, Engineering, Humanities, Jewish Studies, Life Sciences, Mathematics, Physical Sciences and Social Sciences. Prizes are awarded in two-year cycles; in each discipline, a Prize is awarded once in four years.

Rothschild Prize winners from The Hebrew
University of Jerusalem: