Scientific equipment

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Plaster from human dwellings or the signs of a long-abandoned animal enclosure? Tuesday’s New York Times describes the collaboration between a chemist – structural biologist Prof. Steve Weiner, who is head of the Helen and Martin Kimmel Center for Archaeological Science at the Weizmann Institute – and American archaeologists. From China to the nearby site…

December’s calendar photograph is a battery of five solar cells that also stores electricity in series. The cells were invented and developed at the Weizmann Institute in the late 1970s. These not only converted sunlight into electricity, but also could store some of that energy using a battery-type setup with electrodes in a chemical solution,…

We don’t mean to kvetch, but the new website we promised back in June is still as elusive as cold fusion. Scientific research, of course, is going strong, and we even continue to write about it, but no one can read about it on our website (and therefore, we can’t offer links to articles on…

The Dot Physics game inspired us to put up this photo from the Institute’s new calendar,* which features images of (mostly) old scientific equipment.