Our latest annual report is now online, and we think the results are worth looking at. We started with a favorite theme — art and science — and took it a step further. Ten short pieces on scientific research that deals with movement — of proteins, electrons, black holes or theoretical random walkers — are paired with works of art on a similar theme. Then we added poetry and fiction written by scientists, for good measure.
It might all seem a bit exuberant, in light of continuing economic crises and regional politics. But if you read between the lines, you will see that excellent research is alive and well at the Weizmann Institute. And that, these days, is an accomplishment in itself.