The Chais Teachers Centre
HEMDA - Discovering the secrets of a lemon
Computational Science forth year final projects
Hemda's unique computational science program – MOAH – celebrated it's forth graduates class with a project presentation evening. Among the subjects: improving insulin dosage, hurricane forecasting, iris recognition and more.
During the Hanuka season we conducted the annual Spinnig-Top Workshop. The spinning tops were specially designed by Mr. David Hirsh both for fun and as an efficient tool to demonstrate physical principles for out 9th grade "HETZ" students
Dr. Dvora Jacobi, Coordinator of our Chemistry Department was chosen as an Outstanding Chemstry Teacher at the annual meeting of the Israeli Chemical Society
Science and Culture: Our first year
During the first year of Science-Culture activities for the public we had 1,800 people coming to more than 15 events and two 8-weeks scicence courses semesters
computational science at Hemda
Outstanding Grade 10-12 students from Tel Aviv-Jaffa high schools can participate in this special Computational Science program, structured by HEMDA together with Weizmann Institute of Science, Technion, and Tel Aviv University.
Discovering the secrets of a lemon
Hemda's chemistry students, at the 11th grade we involved in a projects to analyze and discover one of Israel's symbols: citrus fruits.
Introduction Film: Welcome to Hemda
Encounters at the Forefront of Science
FameLAb Israel - A joint Project with the British Council
Welcome to HEMDA’s Home Page!
Spinnig top competion photos