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(l-r) Drs. Harry and BenjaminTowbin and Nora
01.01.2014

Drs. Harry Towbin and Benjamin Towbin talk about what drew them to the Weizmann Institute

Levodopa in the active site of mitochondrial Phenylalanyl-tRNA synthetase. The lattice is the observed electron density corresponding to the L-Dopa
04.10.2011

An accidental substitution in a new protein strand can spell disaster

Prof. Ada Yonath
07.10.2009


The Weizmann Institute of Science congratulates Prof. Ada Yonath on receiving the 2009 Nobel Prize in chemistry and is...

Weizmann Institute Scientist Designs The First General-Purpose Mechanical Computing Device To Serve As The Basis For A Biological Computer
15.06.1999
The first general-purpose mechanical computer designed for biomolecular and pharmaceutical applications has been...
slow: beginning translation
06.03.2017

Slowing ribosomes as they "enter" the RNA highway keeps protein production flowing

Newly-issued stamps honor Israel’s Nobel-winning discoveries in chemistry
22.02.2011

Newly-issued stamps honor Israel’s Nobel-winning discoveries in chemistry.

Dr. Tsvi Tlusty. Evolved for efficiency
01.05.2009
Bacteria turn out to be models of industrial efficiency
Prof. Ada Yonath. Trucking with molecules
01.05.2007
Revealing the details of protein assembly might advance drug development

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