While we're waiting

The Weizmann Wave has been a bit dormant lately for various reasons, including the fact that we have been getting ready to launch our new website (same address, same content, slightly different look).

While you eagerly await the new site, here is a quiz we put on Facebook to see if anyone has been following our research news over the past year.

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Also, don’t forget to check out Cell Biology by the Numbers, featuring the best picks of the BioNumbers site, edited by our own Prof. Ron Milo, together with Prof. Rob Phillips of CalTech and illustrated by Nigel Orme. Start browsing and you’ll be hooked.

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