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Physics of Complex Systems

(l-r) Yoav Lahini, Mor Verbin, Yaacov Kraus, Oded Zilberberg and Zohar Ringel

What happens when five physics students from four different labs put their heads together?

Stem cells (alkaline phosphatase staining) from the lab of Dr. Jacob Hanna

When a critical step in stem cell differentiation goes awry, it can lead to cancer

‘3i’ to Develop Microscopes of the Future Based on Weizmann Institute Inventions

Yeda, the technology transfer arm of the Weizmann...

Judging DNA by Its Cover

A newly-discovered molecular mechanism might explain the link between stem cells and cancer

Prof. Yosef Yarden, Dr. Wolfgang Köstler, Amit Zeisel and Prof. Eytan Domany

Bits of gene code that are normally discarded have found a surprising new use in research

(l-r) Dr. Zohar Komargodski, Prof. Adam Schwimmer and visiting Prof. Alexander Zamolodchikov. Extra dimensions

Weizmann scientists give promising proof for a 23-year-old quantum physics theory

Barcoded ant in the lab of Dr. Ofer Feinerman
Dr. Ofer Feinerman applies physics to understanding the collective behavior of ants
(l-r) Dr. Henry Yaffe and Prof. Israel Bar-Joseph in the late 1980s. Laser lab

Dr. Henry Yaffe designs and manufactures devices for testing fiber-optic equipment.

(l-r) Ori Katz, Eran Small and Prof. Yaron Silberberg. Under the skin
A new method of adjusting laser beams may enable them to focus on a point under the skin...
Ion trap in the lab of Dr. Roee Ozeri

Institute scientists built an amplifier comprised of a single ion that breaks all records for measuring magnetic vibrations