Mice need friends too, study findsNew research on mice from the Weizmann Institute in Rehovot indicates that stressful situations affect social relationships
Israeli device to take off for JupiterWeizmann Institute scientists plan to take part in international research launch to giant planet in 2022.
Israeli researchers discover why diets don't workResearch in Israel shows effects of foods can be radically different from person to person, proving importance of microbiome.
Move Over England: Israeli Universities Hold First Rowing RaceCambridge and Oxford may have a celebrated history of rowing, but now Tel Aviv University and Weizmann add their names to the pantheon.
Study: Beef Most Environmentally-Damaging ProteinJoint study between Yale University, Weizmann Institute reveals the full environmental footprint of beef consumption.
Nobel Winner: Weizmann Institute Wouldn't Give Me TenureOne of the winner's of this year's Nobel Prize in Chemistry said he left Israel because he couldn't get tenure at the Weizmann Institute
Scientific Breakthrough Reveals How Leukemia Cells MultiplyWeizmann Institute researchers discover that a “standoff” between mutated gene, healthy counterpart, keeps cancer cells alive.
12,000-Year-Old Discovery Reveals Ancient Burial RitesScientists: flowers may have been meant to ensure a pleasant passage from the world of the living.
Israeli Scientists Say Sleep Learning is PossibleA new study by Weizmann Institute scientists has proven it's possible to learn in your sleep.
Sci-Fi Comes Alive in New 'Temporal Focusing' MicroscopeA “science-fiction-come-true” microscope has been invented at the Weizmann Institute, one that uses time and space to look at the brain.
Israeli Scientists Try to Create 'Green' Car FuelIsraeli scientists are working on creating “green” fuel for cars from greenhouse gas emissions.
Juvenile Diabetes Drug Passes One Phase III Clinical TrialA new treatment for Type I (juvenile) diabetes has succeeded in one Phase III clinical trial. Recruitment has started for a second trial.
Israeli Scientists Find New Role for 'Hormone of Love'Weizmann Institute researchers have discovered a new role for oxytocin, the "hormone of love."
Israeli Research Could Lead to Breakthrough in Autism DiagnosisScientists at Israel's Weizmann Institute find a method that could lead to the development of tools for early diagnosis of Autism in childre
Israeli Scientists Connect Social Pressure and False MemoriesNew research at the Israeli Weizmann Institute finds that a bit of social pressure may be all that is needed to falsify memory.
Israeli Scientists Discover Anti-Stress ProteinsScientists have discovered that people who have a hard time turning off the stress response may be missing a special protein.
Israeli Scientists Discover Obesity ProteinScientists at the Weizmann Institute have discovered a protein in the brain that contributes to obesity.
Strawberry Genomes Forever at Weizmann InstituteAn international team including Weizmann researchers has produced the full genome of a wild strawberry plant, paving the way for tastier berries.
Israeli Researcher Studies Cell’s ‘Shipping and Packing Dept.’A Weizmann Institute scientist is studying part of the human biological quality control system she calls “the cell’s shipping and packing dept.”
Weizmann Scientists Bring Breakthoughs to Cafes, PubsWhat do science, espresso, and beer have to do with each other? Weizmann scientists and students have news for you.
US Journal: Israel One of World's Top Spots for Science ResearchA magazine for science researchers has named two Israeli universities among the top ten best workplaces for scientific researchers in the world.
Scientists Discover a New Type of SupernovaIsraeli scientists team up with colleagues worldwide, discover a third type of supernova.
Israel, Japan Unite For First Time to Study Brain, Stem CellsFor the first time, top Israeli scientists will partner with Japanese scientists to conduct brain and stem cell research.