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Blavatnik Family Foundation Supports Tel Aviv Students Called Up For IDF Reserve Duty

The Foundation has recently given $200,000 to Tel Aviv University (TAU) to provide academic support to students called up for IDF reserve duty. The donation builds on a previously announced $1 million fund supporting TAU students serving in the IDF and will help ensure that they remain current with their classes upon returning to university.

It’s No Cannes or Venice, But Gettysburg Just Had a Sold Out Film Festival

Ken Burns, Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston turned out for the Civil War town’s history film festival. The festival featured screenings of Burns’s films at Gettysburg’s venerable Majestic Theater, and conversations with Burns, actors Martin Sheen and Sam Waterston, and author Susan Eisenhower, granddaughter of President Dwight D. Eisenhower.

Q&A with Academy Board Member Peter Thorén

Peter Thoren, Executive Vice President of Access Industries and Head of the Family Office speaks to The New York Academy of Sciences about the importance of supporting scientists, the origins of the Blavatnik Awards, and how his extensive experience in law and business brings a valuable perspective to his role as a member of the Academy's Board of Governors.

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The Blavatnik Archive is a nonprofit foundation dedicated to preserving and disseminating materials that contribute to the study of 20th-century Jewish and world history, with a special emphasis on World War I, World War II, and Soviet Russia.