Exploring the Physical World
Science for the benefit of the physical world.
Give them the freedom to dream and this is what happens...
News From The Institute, Science Stories
Pointing the world’s largest mirrors toward the heavens
Science Stories, Scientists
Reading a message carried on a distant tide
Scientists | Science Stories
Profs. Leslie Leiserowitz and Meir Lahav will be awarded this year's Wolf Prize in Chemistry
Women for Science | Science Stories | Scientists
The math at the basis of information theory could help explain systems like ocean waves
News From The Institute | Science Stories
When massive objects move through the cosmos, they cause ripples in space-time—the fabric of the universe. These ripples, called gravitational waves, were predicted by Albert Einstein...
Science Stories
Today, the axiom that there is more to what we see than meets the eye isn’t just a philosophical statement about ascertaining reality. For physicists working...
To the Moon
Weizmann in the Media | Science Stories
Israel’s first unmanned interplanetary spacecraft will launch in the beginning of 2019 aboard a SpaceX Falcon 9 rocket from the Kennedy Space Station in Cape Canaveral,...
Press Release | News From The Institute | Science Stories
As Cassini reached its final act, Weizmann Institute of Science researchers took part in the last phase of the 20-year mission