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Weizmann Institute of Science and MBZUAI Establish Joint AI Program

New collaborative projects will facilitate joint research projects, training programs, conferences, student exchange programs and more

Observation of Excess Events in the XENON1T Dark Matter Experiment

Are they a sign of an infinitesimal impurity or a need to rewrite the physics books?

Historic partnership between the Weizmann Institute of Science and Institut Curie

Science at the service of people - this is the best way to describe the credo of the two institutes

cooperation agreement signing

Scientific exchange has begun with a laser-plasma accelerator lab 

Tanzanian teachers: Prof. Kalafunja O’saki is standing on the left, Dr. Rachel Mamlok-Naaman is in the center; Dr. Francis, who was a doctoral student at the time, is on the far right. Sitting on the left are Kalimba Magesa and Dr. Gabrieli, then a doctoral student

Helping rural Tanzanian chemistry teachers develop their own curricula

Peruvian teachers in the Blue Planet workshop
An educational module developed at the Weizmann Institute will be included in the Peruvian...
Japanese and Israeli scientists at the Advances in Brain Sciences conference

The Advances in Brain Sciences conference was held at the Weizmann Institute and hosted with the RIKEN Brain Science Institute, Japan

Prof. Irit Sagi (center) and Smart-Up campers

While enjoying science camp, the students bring the two countries closer