The Boris Mints Institute 2020 Research Webinar - Opening our 6th Year of Activity
September 24th, 2020 at 16:00 (Israel time)

Boris Mints Institute was founded with the intention to encourage research, planning and innovative thinking in order to promote a significant positive change in the world. BMI is focusing on designing strategic innovative plans to enhance the welfare of communities around the globe.

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BMI Researchers win ISF grants



Three of the Boris Mints Institute's researchers have just won the prestigious grants of the Israel Science Foundation: 
Dr. Ram Fishman, Sustainable Development Lab - The influence of acquiring agricultural and business skills on production in developing countries - findings from an international fff program in Israel. 
Dr. Nimrod Rosler and Dr. Boaz Hameiri, Conflict Resolution Lab - The informative process model : a new intervention for changing positions in intractable conflicts.


A new Researcher at Conflict Resolution Lab



Dr. Boaz Hameiri a Senior Lecturer in the Evens Program in Conflict Resolution and Mediation at Tel Aviv University. His program of research consists of an examination of different psychological barriers to attitude change and conflict resolution, and the development of psychological interventions (e.g., paradoxical thinking) to address these barriers and promote better intergroup relations and conflict resolution.

New Research in Israel to Transform old Buildings into Living Ecosystems



“Technology is not a magic bullet that will always solve any problem,” says Professor Hadas Mamane, head of the Environmental Engineering Program at the Faculty of Engineering at Tel Aviv University. 

By Alan Rosenbaum, Jerusalem Post, July 8, 2020

Israeli Innovation for a Better World



This will be the first Boris Mints Institute annual conference to take place solely online and will provide a global platform for world-leading researchers that are working alongside the Boris Mints Institute at Tel Aviv University to create a greener future and tackle social inequalities.   

By Alan Rosenbaum, Jerusalem Post, July 6, 2020