As well as having a graduate school it has science classes for school children at all levels and abilities. It also has programs that allow Australian graduates to visit and learn about science and the Weizmann Institute, while networking with other like-minded young scientists from around the world. Weizmann also has a successful online program that teaches maths and science to youth world-wide, while its programs for girls and minority students have provided support and encouragement for them to engage in science. Professional development held for teachers also provides Weizmann access to a network of skilled science, maths and technology education professionals.
Weizmann’s graduate school educates 1 out of 3 science and maths PhD’s in Israel
Science education is provided for over 300,000 children at Weizmann each year
Since it began in 1970, Weizmann’s tutoring program has helped over 1 million needy children
Weizmann’s award-winning, interactive outdoor science museum has 100,000 visitors each year
Cultivating schoolchildren’s interest and passion in science through extracurricular programs is a key goal of the Davidson Institute of Science Education at the Institute. Australian can also benefit from the Davidson Institute by using its web-based programs.
The award winning Clore Garden of Science at Weizmann in Israel has over 100,000 visitors each year, with hands-on exhibits that appeal to the whole family – it is a once in a lifetime experience!
Perach is a Weizmann mentoring program which pairs university students with children from under underprivileged backgrounds. Set up in the early 1970s this is a national project with around 15 per cent of all Israeli college students and tens of thousands of children participating each year.
The Weizmann Institute of Science bestowed honorary PhDs upon seven individuals on Monday, 8 November, in recognition of their career and personal achievements, in a ceremony broadcast as part of…
The Weizmann Institute of Science maintains its status as one of the world’s top research institutions and was recently ranked eighth globally for research quality in a weighted (proportional) ranking published…
An emerging science star and 2019 Weizmann Institute Summer School Alumnus recently had her prolific talent recognised, being awarded both the Charles Allen Seymor Hawker Scholarship of $60,000 over three…
The Weizmann Institute of Science has produced a new brochure introducing its newest scientists and what they will be focusing on during 2020-2021. Weizmann’s President, Professor Alon Chen commences the…
Weizmann’s research into advanced technology is immense and acts as a time line for technology’s evolution.
Nearly half the life science research at the Weizmann Institute of Science in Israel is focussed on cancer.
Although over the centuries we have learned much about our physical world, from the earth below to the stars above, there are still many mysteries to uncover.
Pioneers in research that has lead to better health and medicine world-wide, Weizmann has a long list of achievements.
Providing solutions to our planet’s environmental challenges is part of Weizmann’s business.