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Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

Top: Dr. Noa Chapal-Ilani and Yitzhak Reizel. Bottom: Drs. Rivka Adar and Shalev Itzkovitz, and Profs. Nava Dekel and Ehud Shapiro

Tracing the lineages of cells resolves some outstanding questions in biology

The "Before image" of Visual Summarization

The new method could put an end to fuzzy, cropped thumbnail images

Mouse cell lineage tree. Oocytes are in red, bone marrow stem cells in yellow, demonstrating that the two form separate clusters with only a distant relationship

A new method is helping to resolve controversies and answer some open questions in biology. 

Prof. Shafi Goldwasser and Dr. Zvika Brakerski

With a new version of computer encryption, we will be able to work on remote data – while it is still encrypted.

Improving Security in the Cloud

 Innovations in encryption may one day enable us to work on remote servers without decrypting our data

Flux | Zilvinas Kempinas. Plywood, magnetic tape, fan, 2009

What happens when a person strolling along an intersecting path chooses directions with a roll of the dice?

Prof. Shimon Ullman

Prof. Shimon Ullman was elected a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities

Dr. Robert Krauthgamer

Dr. Robert Krauthgamer received the Morris L. Levinson Prize in Mathematics from the Weizmann Institute’s Scientific Council