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Find out why basic research is so important and what the world would be like without it, with Prof. Uri Alon of the Weizmann Institute of Science
Partners in Hope
Based on true stories, this video shows how basic research conducted at the Weizmann Institute of Science leads to new inventions and discoveries that directly improves lives. With Hebrew subtitles.
Science for the Benefit of Humanity
The Weizmann Institute if Science is rooted in the tradition of pure scientific inquiry while the fruits of this inquiry continues to enrich all of humanity - from creating improved treatments for cancer and advanced drugs for MS, to improving crop fields, advancing the field of mathematics, education and much more. ;
Weizmann Institute of Science alumni talk about how the Weizmann Institute has helped them get to where they are today
60 seconds with: Women Scientists
Weizmann Institute scientists Profs. Ruth Arnon, Gail Dinter-Gottlieb (alumnus), Debbie Fass, Vered Rom-Kedar and Daniella Goldfarb speak of what it's like to be a woman scientist and at the same time, raising a family, and how the Weizmann Institute has supported them throughout their endeavours
Why Israel? Why Weizmann?
Twelve Weizmann Institute scientists speak about what Israel means to them, and why they chose to work at the Weizmann Institute of Science
A moving story depicting ways in which Weizmann Institute scientists are helping to improve quality of life for those suffering from various illnesses, as well as to improve our understanding of the universe and the world we live in.
A Year in the Life
The Weizmann Institute and the Media
Milk, Honey and Science - Hebrew version
A glance at research conducted by Weizmann Institute scientists that has helped keep Israel at the forefront of science from its very establishment
In Service to the World
Weizmann Institute scientists are continually making discoveries that are helping to improve the lives of many people around the world - from curing diseases to improving crop yields, creating alternative energy and more.
A brief introduction into embryonic stem cells - what they are and what they can be used for. Weizmann Institute scientists are able to conduct cutting-edge research on stem cells thanks to the Helen and Martin Kimmel Institute for Stem Cell Research. Copyright © Weizmann Institute of Science
People from all over the world, of all ages, talk about the Weizmann Institute of Science
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A Model for Life
The Weizmann Institute of Science is one of the world's leading multidisciplinary research institutions. Research takes place all along the frontier of the natural and exact sciences: the life sciences, chemistry, physics, mathematics and computer science. Over the years, work by Institute scientists has widely expanded our knowledge in these areas, created new research fields, and combined traditional scientific disciplines in multidisciplinary studies that steer research into new, exciting and often surprising paths.