The Samuel Neaman Institute for National Policy Research is an independent public-policy research institute, established in 1978 to assist in the search for solutions to national problems in science and technology, education, economy and industry, and social development.
The Ministry of Energy encourages significant savings in the country’s energy economy, by tenders for replacing old equipment with new, but there is still much to do. A new document issued by the Samuel Neaman Institute in the field of energy efficiency recommends what more should be done.
The purpose of Energy Forum meetings is to maintain a professional infrastructure on specific energy related topics, and to allow multilateral discussions encouraging projects in the fields of renewable and energy conservation.
The Samuel Neaman Institute, in collaboration with "Bashaar - Academic Community for Israeli Society" and the Fulbright Foundation, organizes the higher education forum. The Forum holds discussions on the central issues pertaining to higher education in Israel, as well as an open dialogue between universities and colleges.
A computerized information center, one of the largest in Israel, operates at the Samuel Neaman Institute. The center was established to meet the needs of knowledge management and to supply information science services to consortia that operate under the MAGNET program.
The Samuel Neaman Institute has established a new Center for Industrial Excellence (CIE), which is dedicated solely to promoting industrial policies. Specifically, the CIE intends to help achieve the national goals outlined above by spearheading and promoting policies that lead to industrial excellence...
The project, which has been ongoing since 2009,combines research and monitoring of the ultra-Orthodox population, writing policy papers and consulting government ministries and Knesset committees as well as field work with various groups from the ultra-Orthodox public.
Challenges for Water Usage in Global Industry.