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Tiny droplets formed by peptides and RNA, viewed under a microscope
06.12.2022

Recreating conditions that may have existed before the dawn of life, researchers watched droplets give rise to possible precursors of today’s...

Dr. Shiran Barber-Zucker and Prof. Sarel Fleishman. Protein Goldmine
13.04.2022

Forget crystals. AI gives Weizmann’s algorithms the means to design biomolecules with a huge range of valuable functions

Jam session. Source: Shutterstock
11.10.2021

How are the body’s day-night cycles orchestrated between different organs, tissues and cells? 

New York City. Image: Shutterstock
03.10.2021

Tracing the evolution of protein maintenance in cellular "boroughs...

The image that appeared on the publishing journal's cover
13.09.2021

The secrets of “professional secretor” cells: how they stay in shape

SARS-CoV-2 infected cells
26.08.2021

How SARS-CoV-2 jams an important cellular communications channel and what can be done to restore it

Illustration of SARS-CoV-2 attaching to an ACE2 receptor located on the host cell's membrane. Source: Shutterstock
18.08.2021

Therapeutic approach developed by Weizmann Institute scientists could spell new hope in the battle against COVID-19 

Dr. Efi Efrati and Dr. Luiz Da Silva
26.05.2021

Biological organelles may be messy and crowded, but sometimes only an exact mathematical description will do 

Avocado - a fruit abundant with beta-sitosterol. Photo credit: Shutterstock
18.05.2021

Mice receiving the plant-derived substance were less anxious than the controls

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