History, Affiliations and Rankings
Established in 1934, the Weizmann Institute of Science is leading public research in Rehovot, Israel, south of Tel Aviv-Jaffa. The institute was formerly known as Daniel Sieff Institute by Israel and Sieff of London in memory of their child Daniel. The Weizmann Institute of Science has affiliations with Feinberg Graduate School. Weizmann Institute of Science ranks #101 for Biological Sciences by QS and #122 in Best Global Universities by US News & World Report 2022.
Infrastructure, Campuses and Courses
Weizmann Institute of Science campus is beautiful and has a good variety of amazing vegetation from around the globe, and has amazing sculptures throughout the campus. Levinson Guest Center, their area unit target-hunting tours, students can visit the Clore Garden of Science, Politician House, and grab food to eat at one of the cafés. Weizmann Institute of Science has the Feinberg Graduate School (FGS), the Institute’s education arm, which provides Master's and Doctoral programs in five major fields of study: Physics, Chemistry; Life Sciences; Mathematics and Computer Science, and Education. The Graduate School conducts the Postdoctoral training course at the Institute. The Weizmann Institution also includes multidisciplinary programs, Youth programs, and the programs are also available in English.
Accomplishments and Alumni
Weizmann Institute of Science has Nobel laureates and 3 Turning Award Winners. Research centers of the institute are cross-disciplinary engines of investigation in diverse fields of science. They enhance the recruitment of scientists by offering start-up funds for projects at the initial phase in which research is not eligible for national and international grants. The top alumni of the institute are Uri Alon, a systems biologist, Ella Amitay Sadovsky, an artist, and Haim Aviv, a molecular biologist.
Student Diversity and Visiting Companies
Weizmann Institute of Science has over 1,000 students on-campus out of which over 350 are master's students, and about 750 Ph.D. students. There are over 950 academic staff on-campus. Various international postdoc students come to the institute for their research work. As an international scientific institution, the Weizmann community is quite diverse. The institution seeks and welcomes students, staff, and faculty who are culturally, ethnically, racially, religiously, and in other ways diverse. diversity and inclusion, in which they celebrate the diversity that exists on their campus. The visiting companies at the institute are Microsoft, Amazon, Tesla, Google and others.