Besides the following the site has links to the journal Textus, the Syro-Palestinian version of the Hebrew Bible, and the monograph series, Kitāb al-Khilaf.
From the website:
The Hebrew University Bible Project (HUBP)
The Hebrew University Bible Project – the flagship of research projects of the Mandel Institute of Jewish Studies at the Hebrew University – was established in 1956 to undertake a comprehensive survey of the history of the textual development of the Hebrew Bible and to produce a major critical edition. The project was initiated by the late Prof. Moshe H. Goshen-Gottstein (Professor of Semitic Linguistics and Biblical Philology), who together with the late Prof. Chaim Rabin (Professor of Hebrew Language) and the late Prof. Shemaryahu Talmon (Professor of Biblical Studies) constituted the original board of editors.