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Tanzanian teachers: Prof. Kalafunja O’saki is standing on the left, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman is in the center; Dr. Francis, who was a doctoral student at the time, is on the far right. Sitting on the left are Kalimba Magesa and Dr. Gabrieli, then a doctoral student
19.03.2015

Helping rural Tanzanian chemistry teachers develop their own curricula

Peruvian teachers in the Blue Planet workshop
21.01.2015
An educational module developed at the Weizmann Institute will be included in the Peruvian...
Japanese and Israeli scientists at the Advances in Brain Sciences conference
21.01.2015

The Advances in Brain Sciences conference was held at the Weizmann Institute and hosted with the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

Prof. Irit Sagi (center) and Smart-Up campers
21.07.2014

While enjoying science camp, the students bring the two countries closer

 Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman
17.11.2013

The Institute's Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman is among nine women featured in a unique exhibit in France

Brain image
27.01.2013

The European Commission has officially announced the selection of the Human Brain Project (HBP) as one of its two Future Emerging Technologies (...

Robotics That Will be Able to Aid in Times of Need
11.08.2008
SCIENTISTS FROM EUROPE, ISRAEL AND THE USA ARE DEVELOPING 'ROBOTIC RATS' THAT WILL BE ABLE TO AID IN RESCUE MISSIONS AND...
New Computer Network Reaches Out to Eastern Europe and Asia
01.06.1997
REHOVOT, Israel - Israel may be struggling to win political allies, but in the scientific world the...
Bioinformatics Network for Eastern Europe and Asia
31.03.1997
REHOVOT, Israel -- March 31, 1997-- Scientists throughout Asia and Eastern Europe will soon be able to plug into the vast...
Prof. Haim Harari
06.03.1997
REHOVOT, Israel -- March 6, 1997 -- Mme Edith Cresson, former Prime Minister of France and currently a member of the European...

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