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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.

Our Flagship Projects
Brain & Neural Science

Harnessing new technologies to reveal the mysteries of the brain and develop treatments for Alzheimer’s, dementia, depression, anxiety, autism, learning disorders, and more

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Artificial Intelligence

Advancing AI across the sciences, including in drug discovery and disease diagnosis, computing and personalized medicine, robotics and astrophysics, and the environment and education

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Frontiers of the Universe

Exploring the physics of the universe, from the tiniest particles to the largest galaxies, and launching space missions to understand the world around us – and beyond

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Our Achievements


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. We are committed to advancing research to protect and preserve the health and well-being of everyone, everywhere.

Weizmann in Focus Weizmann in Focus

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Weizmann in Focus, Episode 15: Reaching for the Stars

American Committee CEO Dave Doneson invites us to gaze up at the stars and planets—and learn about the Institute’s efforts to uncover the mysteries of the cosmos. Dave highlights the ULTRASAT satellite mission, part of Weizmann’s flagship Frontiers of the Universe initiative, which will search for cosmic events such as supernovas and black holes. It will then alert astronomers around the world in real time to their occurrence.



The Weizmann Effect is the remarkable result of granting some of the world’s most innovative scientists the freedom to follow their curiosity, discover the unknown, and partner across disciplines and borders with other inspired minds.


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