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Want to know what scientists are doing in their labs at this moment? How the effort to expand human knowledge is progressing? The Weizmann Institute of Science's popular science site, Weizmann Wonder Wander, reports on research from the frontiers of science, along with presenting insight into the dialogue between science, art and culture. The site has undergone a redesign and an upgrade, and is now online in an accessible, mobile- and tablet-ready version, with embedded Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. The site is available in English at wis-wander.weizmann.ac.il

Weizmann Institute of Science Presents: Weizmann Wonder Wander - 4G - is Online

Rehovot, Israel | Posted on June 21st, 2016

Weizmann Wonder Wander is aimed at the general public, and includes, among other things:
More than 3,000 articles on popular science articles that touch on today’s burning scientific issues and on research conducted at the limits of human understanding – expanding those limits for future generations.
Hundreds of videos, including animation, describing and explaining current research
Arts and culture articles: exhibits at WIS, talks with scientists and artists working at the interface between arts and science, and more.
Galleries of scientific images from WIS laboratories
All WIS press releases from 1998 to the present.
Reports of scientific inventions, and industrial and medical applications arising from Institute labs
Reports on activities and trends in the field of science education
The history of science
Nano-Comics, a scientific comic-strip

Advanced indexing and search engine enable site visitors to easily and efficiently find articles and content.

The site runs both English (Wis-wander.weizmann.ac.il ) and Hebrew (Heb.wis-wander.weizmann.ac.il ) versions. Press releases are translated into additional languages, including French, Spanish, German and Portuguese.

Weizmann Wonder Wander was established in 1998 and has undergone a series of upgrades. The current version is its fourth.

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About Weizmann Institute of Science
The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, is one of the world's top-ranking multidisciplinary research institutions. Noted for its wide-ranging exploration of the natural and exact sciences, the Institute is home to scientists, students, technicians and supporting staff. Institute research efforts include the search for new ways of fighting disease and hunger, examining leading questions in mathematics and computer science, probing the physics of matter and the universe, creating novel materials and developing new strategies for protecting the environment.

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Contacts:
Yael Edelman
Department of Media Relations
Weizmann Institute of Science
P.O. Box 26, Rehovot 76100
Israel
Tel: 972 8 934 3852
Fax: 972 8 934 4132
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