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Combating Disease
The Weizmann Institute’s collaborative teams are working to turn basic research into powerful diagnostic tools, drugs, and therapies.
Imagine science that uncovers the genetic link between stress and metabolic conditions, such as obesity and diabetes.
Imagine science that can assess your risk for lung cancer – with a blood test.
Weizmann Institute research led to the world’s first bone-marrow transplant between incompatible people.
Give them the freedom to dream and this is what happens...
News From The Institute, Science Stories
TOOKAD®, Invented at the Weizmann Institute of Science, Gains European Approval for Prostate Cancer
News From The Institute, Science Stories
Molecular storytellers
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Researchers recently made two groundbreaking discoveries in mice, whose hearts can heal after injury through the first week of life, which have the potential to...
Science Stories
First impressions are important – they can set the stage for the entire course of a relationship. The same is true for the impressions the...
Science Stories
MM is a cancer of plasma cells, a type of white blood cell normally responsible for producing antibodies and fighting infection.
Science Stories
A cancer research project conducted recently at the Weizmann Institute of Science evokes an unusual image: hippos. The research is not about the weighty, mud-basking...
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Many of the biological compounds in the brain and body are present in such low concentrations, they cannot be “seen” by magnetic resonance imaging, MRI.
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A Weizmann Institute-based innovation in echocardiography—the use of ultrasound waves to investigate heart health—is poised to improve diagnostics for cardiac patients.