You are here

DNA

Deadly Repeats
02.05.2008
Computer scientists reveals the code behind the onset and progression of Huntington's disease
 
...
 well-preserved ancient DNA in fossil bones
01.05.2006

DNA preserved in fossil bones could reveal new insight into ancient worlds

Transistor Genetics
22.12.2004
Scientists at the Weizmann Institute use DNA to assemble nanosized electronic parts....
Clockwise: Prof. Ehud Shapiro, Prof. Zvi Livneh, Dr. Tamar Paz-Elizur, Ph. D. student Yaakov Benenson and Dr. Rivka Adar. Guinness World Record
01.05.2003

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

Dr. Ziv Reich.
01.10.2002

"Incognito" genes could open the door to a wide range of therapies

DNA strand unzipped
01.10.2001

Tackling a 30-year riddle, a new study by Institute scientists probes DNA "unzipping"

Protein Teamwork Drives Damaged Cells To Self-Destruct
12.12.1999
Researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science have recently deciphered part of the cellular events underlying apoptosis --...
DNA Crystals Help Bacteria Respond to Stress
01.07.1999
DNA becomes remarkably organized in bacteria that are subjected to various conditions of stress, Weizmann Institute scientists...
Life's Twists and Turns
01.05.1999
Communication between physicists and biologists is leading to new insights into DNA...
Joining the Race to Decipher the Human Genome
01.10.1992

An automated DNA analysis lab will enable Institute scientists to join the Human Genome Project

Pages