Eliezer (Eduardo) Zeiger is a professor of biology at the University of California, Los Angeles. He received a Ph.D. in Genetics from the University of California, Davis in 1970. Professor Zeiger's research deals with the sensory transduction of internal and external signals in plant cells. He has published nearly 100 scientific papers on the subject, and is also the co-author of a widely used textbook in plant biology.
Professor Zeiger was brought up in an observant Jewish home in Northern Argentina. He lived as a secular Jew in his youth and early adulthood, and returned to religious observance after completing his professional education. Professor Zeiger has written an article on issues in Torah and Science: Elokim .
Director of R&D of the Torah Science Foundation
Moshe Genuth is a Torah scholar and philosopher and historian of science. With over 15 years of Talmudic, Halachic and Kabbalistic studies under luminaries like Rabbi Yitzchak Ginsburgh and Rabbi Adin Even-Israel (Steinsaltz), Moshe is now also pursuing a doctorate in philosophy of science at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem. In a joint project with the Levona Girls High School, Moshe developes an innovative integrated curriculum for high school science and math. He lives with his wife and son in Jerusalem where he teaches classes in Chassidut and Kabbalah. .