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    Israelis Find Cure for Stem Cell Debate

    As Israel21c reports, Weizmann Institute research has rendered moot the ethical and moral arguments against the use of embryonic stem cells. Thanks to the research of Dr. Yaqub (Jacob) Hanna, adult stem cells can be ""reprogrammed"" to an embryonic stem cell-like state in an efficient manner, meaning they can be used with much greater ease.

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  • Teaming up antibiotics to fight deadly superbugs

    Nobel laureate Prof. Ada Yonath led a team of American and Israeli researchers to study antibiotic-resistant ""superbugs."" The group found that two commonly used antibiotics, largely ineffective on their own, are powerful enough to treat such infections when used in combination. Antibiotic resistance is, however, on the rise.

  • Procognia Announced That the Feasibility Stage of the Company's Research in Stem Cells in Cooperation with the Weizmann Institute of Science Has Been Successfully Completed

    Stem cell treatment today faces many challenges. The research, directed by Weizmann's Prof. Dov Zipori, was designed to develop a platform to significantly improve the identification and development of unique stem cells for transplant and treatment.

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    Coming Soon: A Vaccine Against Cancer

    Technology created by Weizmann immunologist Prof. Irun Cohen is enabling an Israeli biomed startup to introduce a tool for developing vaccines against diseases ranging from cancer to West Nile virus.

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    Beginner's Luck: The Power of Stem Cells

    Young stem cells, like young people, have unlimited options before them. They can become anything – businessperson, farmer, heart cell, skin cell. But then instructions kick in, and the young stem cell helps create the part of the body it is fated to become. However, scientists may be able to use the early potential of stem cells to treat a number of diseases.

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    Best People, Best Science

    The Weizmann Institute's most important asset is its people. That's why the Institute is committed to recruiting and nurturing some of the world's brightest young researchers. Here, six impressive new scientists – Drs. Ronen Eldan, Ofer Firstenberg, Yifat Merbl, Neta Regev-Rudzki, Nir London, and Efi Efrati – share how the Institute is helping them make breakthroughs in areas ranging from malaria to optics.

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    The Nancy and Stephen Grand Israel National Center for Personalized Medicine

    Personalized medicine is about people, and in this video, people talk about personalized medicine – specifically, the Weizmann Institute's Nancy and Stephen Grand Israel National Center for Personalized Medicine (G-INCPM). The G-INCPM is ramping up operations, filling its labs, ushering us into the future of medicine. Listen to the Grands, other philanthropists, Institute leadership, and scientists discuss the G-INCPM and its importance.

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    Back to Basics, Forward to the Future

    The Weizmann Institute conducts basic science research, but what, exactly, is that? Go with Profs. Uri Alon, Roy Bar-Ziv, Israel Dostrovsky, Shafi Goldwasser, Yair Reisner, Leo Sachs, Idit Shachar, Eran Segal, Ady Stern, and Dan Tawfik on a tour of basic science research: what is, how it has benefitted humankind, and how it will likely shape the future.

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    In Service to the World

    Weizmann science is truly ""in service to the world,"" helping a ""bubble boy"" in Germany, a farmer in Kenya, a childless family in Canada, and more: from medicines to ease MS symptoms to a way to produce the nutrient beta-carotene from algae to science therapy programs for kids, Weizmann research helps people – including scientists – to live their dreams.