Weizmann Institute of Science

Israel

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Weizmann Institute of Science

Rehovot, Israel

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The Weizmann Institute of Science, also known as? Machon Weizmann LeMada, was established in 1934 in Rehovot, Israel. Started as the Daniel Sieff Research Institute by the world renowned Chemist and the first President of the state of Israel, the institute was founded 14 years before the establishment of the State of Israel with an aim to provide the world class practical education to the youth of then Palestine in the field of Science and Mathematics. Before becoming the President of the State of Israel in 1949, Chaim Weizmann pursued his research in organic chemistry at Weizmann Institute of Science laboratories and published it under institute’s name which gave the institute the real fame. In 1949, after taking a consent from the Sieff Family, the name of the institute was changed to the Weizmann Institute of Science as a small tribute to Chaim Weizmann. Today, Weizmann Institute of Science has different departments in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and many other natural and exact sciences fields. It offers programs at graduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels in Biochemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and many other interdisciplinary fields in science. In addition to its academic programs, Weizmann Institute of Science also offers a program for youth in science clubs, camps, and competitions. WS also has the Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer Science Institute which offers a four week science based programs to high-school graduates from all over the world every summer. Plus, it also has number of research centers and laboratories which give students a complete freedom to undertake any research under guidance after necessary approvals. Weizmann Institute of Science has one campus situated in Rehovot, Israel. The campus has many facilities including research labs, housing, cafeterias, science museums library and many more. There are total 1,100 students enrolled in the institute out of which 700 are doctoral candidates. The academic staff has approx. 400 members. The student faculty ratio of the institute stands at 1:2.75. According to the U.S. News' Best Global Universities, Weizmann Institute of Science is ranked #104 in 2019.

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The Weizmann Institute of Science, also known as? Machon Weizmann LeMada, was established in 1934 in Rehovot, Israel. Started as the Daniel Sieff Research Institute by the world renowned Chemist and the first President of the state of Israel, the institute was founded 14 years before the establishment of the State of Israel with an aim to provide the world class practical education to the youth of then Palestine in the field of Science and Mathematics. Before becoming the President of the State of Israel in 1949, Chaim Weizmann pursued his research in organic chemistry at Weizmann Institute of Science laboratories and published it under institute’s name which gave the institute the real fame. In 1949, after taking a consent from the Sieff Family, the name of the institute was changed to the Weizmann Institute of Science as a small tribute to Chaim Weizmann. Today, Weizmann Institute of Science has different departments in Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Biochemistry, Mathematics, Computer Science and many other natural and exact sciences fields. It offers programs at graduate, postgraduate and doctoral levels in Biochemistry, Mathematics, Biology, Physics, Chemistry, Computer Science and many other interdisciplinary fields in science. In addition to its academic programs, Weizmann Institute of Science also offers a program for youth in science clubs, camps, and competitions. WS also has the Bessie F. Lawrence International Summer Science Institute which offers a four week science based programs to high-school graduates from all over the world every summer. Plus, it also has number of research centers and laboratories which give students a complete freedom to undertake any research under guidance after necessary approvals. Weizmann Institute of Science has one campus situated in Rehovot, Israel. The campus has many facilities including research labs, housing, cafeterias, science museums library and many more. There are total 1,100 students enrolled in the institute out of which 700 are doctoral candidates. The academic staff has approx. 400 members. The student faculty ratio of the institute stands at 1:2.75. According to the U.S. News' Best Global Universities, Weizmann Institute of Science is ranked #104 in 2019.

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