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Computer Science and Applied Mathematics

Prof. Edriss Titi. Unbroken solutions

An Institute mathematician tackles a long-standing problem

Prof. Tamar Flash. Calculated move
An octopus arm may trade freedom for efficiency
Dr. Omer Reingold. Memory saver
Why should a computer scientist care about mazes?
Prof. Vered Rom-Kedar. Stability in chaos
Where can chaos coexist with islands of stability?
Prof. Ehud Shapiro

The World Technology Award for Biotechnology was given to the Israeli scientist for innovations in biological...

(l-r) Uri Ben-Dor, Prof. Ehud Shapiro, Yaakov Benenson, Dr. Rivka Adar and Binyamin Gil. Doctor-in-a-cell
Tiny DNA computing devices have been programmed to find signs of cancer in a test tube...
Prof. David Harel, graduate student Sol Efroni and Prof. Irun Cohen. Survival of the fittest

Of every hundred "cadet" blood stem cells, only a select few complete the immune system’s rigorous training

Biological Computer Diagnoses Cancer and Produces the Drug -- in a Test Tube
Weizmann Institute scientist’s vision: Microscopic computers will function inside living tissues, performing...
Prof. Shafrira Goldwasser
Prof. Shafrira Goldwasser of the Weizmann Institute's Department of Computer Science and Applied Mathematics has been awarded the...
Clockwise: Prof. Ehud Shapiro, Prof. Zvi Livneh, Dr. Tamar Paz-Elizur, Ph. D. student Yaakov Benenson and Dr. Rivka Adar. Guinness World Record

DNA is not only the "software" of the world's smallest computing device, it's also the fuel