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Biochemistry

Microbes Take their Sulfur Light
18.11.2014

A model explaining the preferences of deep-sea microbes can help reveal the ancient past – as well as predict the future

Complex Channels
23.01.2007
Weizmann Institute scientists discover how ion channels are organized to effectively control nerve cell communication...
Weizmann and Neuberg
26.03.2017

Weizmann and Neuberg, friends on two sides of a conflict

The Insomniac City Cycles | Ran Slavin. Still from film, 2004-2009
13.09.2011
On the molecular scale, plants are in constant motion as they adapt to a changing environment
Han-Hai | Sabine Kacunko. Still from an interactive video installation, October 2009
12.09.2011
Cellular “trash haulers” are assembled on the spot through a unique membrane fusion process
Prof. Meir Wilchek
12.09.2010

Prof. Meir Wilchek developed a method called affinity chromatography for separating biological materials, such as...

 Prof. David Wallach
12.09.2010

The proteins identified by Prof. David Wallach are being used in clinical trials as anti-inflammatory compounds that may control rheumatoid...

Prof. Meir Wilchek
12.09.2010
Since the 1960s, Prof. Meir Wilchek has studied "biorecognition”: the process in which biological substances "recognize" one...
Prof. Ephraim Katzir
12.09.2010
In the 1950s, Prof. Ephraim Katzir developed simple synthetic models, known as polyamino acids, that...
(l-r) Prof. Naama Barkai, Prof. Ben-Zion Shilo and Danny Ben-Zvi. All in proportion
01.10.2008

Weizmann scientists revisit an 80-year-old experiment to see how embryos regulate organ growth

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