Over 50 bars, restaurants and coffee shops in Tel Aviv open their doors for the annual “Science on Tap” talks given by Weizmann Institute scientists
Perach, a national program founded in 1974 at the Weizmann Institute, has matched 50,000 at-risk children with 21,750 university student mentors.
1,209 schools participate in PERACH
Some 12% of all college students are PERACH tutors
The Sparks of Science Program in Memory of Moshe Pergament is a unique four-year enrichment program for Israel’s Ethiopian community, focusing on building skills in mathematics, computer science, chemistry, physics, biology, and English.
Over 300 high school-age students have graduated from the program since its inception in 2001.
The Levinson Visitors Center
The Clore Garden of Science
Some 24,000 visitors a year to the Levinson Visitors Center
135,000 visitors explore the Clore Garden of Science each year
3,950 distinguished visitors to the Institute in 2014 included foreign national leaders, ambassadors and heads of top universities
Some 33,000 visitors a year to Weizmann house
Some 1,500 people take part each year in free guided tours of the Institute offered on Fridays to the general public on one of 4 subjects: Sculptures, Architecture, Trees, or History and Art
8 art exhibits, open to the public, were on display on the Weizmann Institute campus in August 2018