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Membrane Research and Biophysics

Prof. Ada Yonath was nominated Honors Program Lecturer at New York University School of Medicine; received the 2008 Linus Pauling Gold Medal from Stanford University; and was named George E. Palade Distinguished Lecturer and Gold Medal recipient at Wayne State University.
26.11.2013

Prof. Ora Kedem is a membrane research pioneer

Prof. Haim Garty
01.10.1999
Prof. Haim Garty's relationship with the Institute began at age 2, when his family immigrated from Bulgaria to Rehovot...
Key Step in Activating Immune System Discovered
06.02.1997
REHOVOT, Israel - February 6, 1997 - A gene that plays a key role in activating the immune system -- and perhaps...
Improved Bone Marrow Transplants in Leukemia Patients
01.05.1995

Potentially life-saving bone marrow transplants are carried out on the first leukemia patients

Mechanism of Blood Pressure Regulation Clarified
01.05.1994

A control mechanism for sodium channels in the kidneys may aid in formulating drugs for hypertension

New Water Softener Provides Alternative to Ion Exchange
01.05.1994

A new, non-polluting method of producing soft water, based on a Weizmann Institute invention, is entering production

Biological Sensors Devised by Institute Scientists
01.05.1992

A new, highly sensitive biosensor may detect drugs or explosives

Two Proteins with Therapeutic Potential Discovered
01.05.1992
New compounds may help combat septic shock and cerebral malaria