Prof. Eli Zeldov
A measuring device for superconductors breaks world records
Prof. Ernesto Joselevich
Guiding the growth of nanowires from the beginning enables them to self-integrate into complex circuits
Dr. Nachum Ulanovsky
Scientists attach tiny wireless devices to measure themechanisms of three-dimensional orientation in mammals
Prof. Rafi Malach
MRI scans reveal brain activity patterns that preserve traces of previous cognitive activity
Prof. Steffen Jung
A new genetic switch that targets the activities of just one type of cell is revealing the activities of mysterious brain cells
Prof. Roy Bar-Ziv
In the future, such artificial cells may produce complex protein structures on demand
Dr. Ruth Shahack-Gross
Microscopic evidence revealed in Weizmann Institute labs shows repeated fire use in the spot over time
Dr. Tali Kimchi
Mice in a “Big Brother” setup develop social structures
Prof. Yoram Groner
Certain mutated genes in leukemia rely on their normal counterparts to keep the cancer alive
Dr. Yohai Kaspi
Measurements of the outer planets’ gravitational fields reveal that the hurricane-force winds at their surfaces only go so deep
Dr. Dan Oron
A license agreement has been signed with ’3i’, and other microscopy systems based on Weizmann research are being sold by ‘Idea Bio-Medical’.
Prof. David Wallach
Results showing the same signaling enzymes can trigger two different processes in the cell sound a warning to biomedical researchers.
Dr. Ed Narevicius
At close to absolute zero, chemical reactions take on new features.
Prof. Eytan Domany
A newly-discovered molecular mechanism might explain the link between stem cells and cancer.
Prof. Ehud Ahissar
Weizmann Institute scientists observe as humans learn to sense like a rat, with ”whiskers”.
Dr. Elad Schneidman
A new approach to researching groups of neurons may one day help us understand the “language” of the brain.
Dr. Ido Amit
A new, automated method for mapping protein-DNA interactions may lead to advances in personalized medicine.
Dr. Itay Halevy
The sulfur-based chemistry of iron pyrite may play a major role in atmospheric oxygen concentrations.
Dr. Rony Paz
Mildly stressful situations can affect our perceptions in the same way as life-threatening ones.
Dr. Jacob Hanna
Weizmann scientists discover an enzyme that is crucial for turning back the development clock in cells.
Prof. Shafi Goldwasser
The Award was given for Innovations that became the gold standard for enabling secure internet transactions.
Dr. Eran Hornstein
What keeps the machinery for chopping functional pieces out of certain long RNA strands from cutting up the wrong kinds of RNA?
Prof. Eran Segal
New Weizmann Institute technology speeds up DNA “rewriting” and measures the effects of the changes in living cells.
Prof. Naama Barkai
Prof. Oded Aharonson
Is there a reason why this particular half of the Moon locked with Earth, or was it pure coincidence that
it didn’t “turn its back” on us?
Prof. Noam Sobel
Associations formed in the brains of sleeping volunteers remained intact when the subjects were awake.
Prof. Rony Seger
A small molecule developed at the Weizmann Institute prevents a cancer-causing message from entering the cell nucleus.
In the future, artificial cells may produce complex protein structures on demand.
Dr. Roee Ozeri
Weizmann Institute researchers suggest one can affect an atom’s spin by adjusting the way it is measured.
Prof. Vered Rom-Kedar
The study explains why certain patients develop severe infections after chemotherapy and points to ways of averting this side-effect.
Dr. Guy Shakhar
Millions of immune cells are on the move in our bodies, passing on information about possible threats along the way.
Prof. Ziv Reich
On the molecular scale, plants are in constant motion as they adapt to a changing environment.
Prof. Abraham Minsky
When a mimivirus forcibly ejects its genetic material into a cell, it sends along building materials to make a “virus factory”.
Prof. Tal Alexander
When two black holes get close, what are the chances they will meet and emit gravitational waves?
Prof. Michal Irani
An algorithm for zooming in on repeating elements in images and videos can help reconstruct missing information.
Prof. Idit Shachar
Revealing what makes B cells migrate from one organ to another may suggest new treatments for leukemia.
Prof. Zvulun Elazar
Cellular “trash haulers” are assembled on the spot through a unique membrane fusion process.
Prof. Ilya Averbukh
Quick laser pulses are the key to turning molecules into tiny “Frisbees” aimed at a target.
Ultrafast laser pulses are helping to reveal the movements of excited electrons in tiny crystals.
Prof. Ofer Zeitouni
What happens when a person strolling along an intersecting path chooses directions with a roll of the dice?