Science for the benefit of humanity.

For more than eight decades, the Weizmann Institute’s dedicated researchers have collaborated across borders and disciplines, pursuing their curiosity and making inspired breakthroughs that improve the lives of everyone, everywhere.

Science for the benefit of cancer research.

About 40 percent of our life-sciences research focuses on cancer, with scientists from across the disciplines combining their expertise to improve prevention, diagnosis, and treatments—not only advancing knowledge, but saving lives.

Science for the benefit of education.

Programs for everyone from schoolchildren to the general public, international student competitions, a renowned graduate school, an award-winning science museum: we are committed to advancing science education and literacy for a better future.

Science for the benefit of protecting our planet.

Developing alternative energy sources. Removing toxins from water. Studying climate change. Just some of the ways our scientists are targeting environmental crises … and laying the groundwork for a cleaner tomorrow.

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What is Weizmann Doing?

Weizmann Institute scientists have multiple investigations underway that could improve testing and diagnosis techniques and provide new strategies for prevention and treatment – including a possible COVID-19 vaccine. We are committed to advancing research to protect and preserve the health and well-being of everyone, everywhere.

Weizmann in Focus Weizmann in Focus

It’s American Heart Month. In the U.S., heart disease is responsible for one out of every four deaths each year. In the latest episode of Weizmann in Focus, Dave Doneson sheds light on a Weizmann breakthrough that could help change this staggering statistic. Prof. Eldad Tzahor discovered a molecule in newborn hearts that appears to unlock the cardiac renewal process following injury.

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Episode 12: Heart Health for Humanity

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