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June 18th, 2020

The Blavatnik Family Foundation is supporting the fight against COVID-19 locally, nationally and around the world. [...]

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NYAS 5 Steps to Winning 9-11-19 revised

September 24th, 2020

Indian American Shruti Puri, a postdoctoral researcher at Yale University, has been named one of the finalists in this year’s Blavatnik Regional Awards for Young Scientists in the “Life Sciences and Engineering” category. The Blavatnik Family Foundation announced three winners and six finalists on Wednesday, during National Postdoc Appreciation Week. The Blavatnik Awards honor postdoctoral scientists from academic research institutions in New York, New Jersey, and Connecticut in the life sciences, physical sciences & engineering, and chemistry categories. [...]

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September 23rd, 2020

The Blavatnik Interdisciplinary Cyber Research Center at Tel Aviv University and the Israel National Cyber Directorate continue their Life with COVID-19 series of joint webinars on Thursday, September 24, 2020. Their second webinar brings together cyber security experts from Israel, the UAE, and Singapore to discuss how to handle a cyber security threat. The Blavatnik ICRC advances awareness and solutions to the challenges that cyber threats pose to individuals, commercial enterprises, and sovereign states worldwide.  [...]

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September 23rd, 2020

Plans by the Blavatnik School of Government to install the sculpture outside its Walton Street building have been approved. Erecting a new piece of public art was part of the agreement the Blavatnik School signed in exchange for planning permission for its base in the University's Radcliffe Observatory Quarter. A spokeswoman for the school said: "“When the Blavatnik School building was granted planning approval, one of the conditions was that we would commission a piece of freely accessible public art." [...]

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