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Mathematical model

Distribution of skeletal proteins in an artificial membrane resembling a long bacteria: The spontaneous curvature of the proteins (purple) drives them to move together to form rings that coalesce, increasingly constricting the membrane
"Multidisciplinary research" takes on new meaning in one student's work
 Illustration: Surfing on the DNA
Dr. Koby Levy finds that when it comes to protein stability, cause and effect are not always what they seem
Dr. Tsvi Tlusty. Evolved for efficiency
Bacteria turn out to be models of industrial efficiency
Bacteria are Models of Efficiency
A mathematical model developed at the Weizmann Institute has revealed how single-celled organisms regulate...
(l-r) Prof. Naama Barkai, Prof. Ben-Zion Shilo and Danny Ben-Zvi. All in proportion

Weizmann scientists revisit an 80-year-old experiment to see how embryos regulate organ growth

(l-r) Prof. Tamar Flash, Dr. Talma Hendler and Eran Dayan. Setting the speed limit
Does our brain use mathematics to perceive motion?
(l-r) Michael Kertesz and Dr. Eran Segal. Focus on targets
To target an RNA molecule: Check its shape
Prof. Naama Barkai. Willing to experiment
When can nature take a chance on genetic change?
Dr. Nir Gov. The physics of fingers, hair and spines
Physics helps explain the formation of spines and bumps on specialized cells