Science and Ecology

Eating Holy Food in a Holy Way

What can we do with knowledge of the sources of our food?

Judaism and Psychology

Jews have engaged with and steered psychological inquiry since its inception.

Seder Zeraim (Agriculture)

Some of the mishnaic laws related to agriculture remain directly relevant for contemporary urban and suburban lives.

Jewish Teachings on Nature and the Environment

Is nature valued for itself or because it is necessary for the survival of humanity?

Jewish Science in the Middle Ages

Attitudes toward and contributions to medieval science.

Science Vs. Sabbath?

The environmental destruction intended as a punishment for failing to observe the sabbatical year raises contemporary questions of how to prevent environmental devastation.

CRISPR, the Eclipse and Rabbi Soloveitchik

The fact that we can even think about changing genes to let blind people see is an incredible achievement in and of itself

What Artificial Intelligence Can Teach Us About Ourselves

How technological innovations impact the human condition

How Science Can Help Jewish Professionals

Most Jews have no problem with science; the challenge is often getting them excited about Judaism.

The Passover Egg: Symbol of a Weeping Earth

Coming out of Egypt, the Children of Israel crossed the Sea of Reeds (also known as the Red Sea) walking ...

Seeing Bigger

Travel in your mind to the top of our atmosphere, where Earth’s envelope of life-giving oxygen and nitrogen blends into the cold vacuum of ...