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Ron Milo

Cell Replacement by the Numbers
15.02.2021

Mapping cellular turnover sheds light on the balance between renewal and stability in our bodies

The Mass of Human-Made Materials Now Equals the Planet’s Biomass
09.12.2020

We are doubling the mass of the human-made, “anthropogenic” part of the world every twenty years and the curve is not flattening

Coronavirus by the Numbers
31.03.2020

Weizmann Institute scientists have organized the flood of coronavirus information in an orderly framework

coral reef
23.01.2020

A new census asks why the oceans have so little biomass compared to land, and shows how small marine producers pull their weight

no sugar added
27.11.2019

Such bacteria may, in the future, contribute to new, carbon-efficient technologies 

Prof. Ron Milo
22.05.2019

Prof. Ron Milo has been elected as a member of EMBO.

bacteria compete
13.05.2019

The principles of test-tube evolution may guide new biotechnology research 

gigatons of carbon
22.05.2018

The study reveals, among other things, our impact on the Earth’s biosphere

Food waste
21.03.2018

A new analysis suggests hundreds of millions more could eat from the same resources with plant-based diets

illustration: CO2-eating E coli
23.06.2016

Weizmann Institute scientists engineer bacteria to create sugar from the greenhouse gas carbon dioxide

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