Through the generous support of our donors, Weizmann scientists and students made 2022 another stellar year of innovative research. You can learn all about it in the 2022 Impact Report from the Weizmann Institute of Science.

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The beautiful campus at the Weizmann Institute of Science. The Koffler Accelerator, completed in 1976, was built to study atomic particles.









This new, digital-only publication highlights the phenomenal people, incredible achievements, and vital research advances at the Institute this past year.

A digital format helps us reduce our environmental footprint, allows us to share videos, animations, and links, and makes it easy to forward the report to friends and family.  

You can watch a video message from Weizmann President Alon Chen (see below), view infographics, highlighting research rankings, innovations, and collaborations, and learn about exciting science breakthroughs in climate, cancer, AI, immunology, physics, and more.  

A video message from Weizmann President Prof. Alon Chen

You’ll meet new scientists who are bringing bold and diverse perspectives to the Institute’s labs and campus life. Find out how the Institute is working to increase the number of women scientists heading their own labs and serving in leadership positions. And hear from students and postdocs, the scientists of tomorrow.

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A rendering of the new Clore Garden of Science and Museum, part of the Davidson Institute of Science Education.

Discover the latest developments in science education and take a virtual tour of the New Clore Garden of Science, an open-air science museum currently undergoing a major renovation. Learn about our newest flagship, the Institute for Environmental Sustainability, and its urgent mission.

Our latest flagship, the Institute for Environmental Sustainability, represents an urgent mission: to intensify scientific research and discovery that will fuel innovation and lead to game-changing sustainable solutions to protect the Earth’s future.

Join in celebrating our 2022 honorary PhD recipients, which include distinguished scientists, philanthropists, artists, athletes, and even an astronaut. And hear Weizmann supporters from around the globe reflect on the value of advancing science through philanthropy.

Weizmann scientists are changing how we understand the world in which we live and work. This past year, transformative discoveries related to climate, cancer, AI, immunology, physics, and more were spearheaded by our researchers, who continue to follow their curiosity and push the boundaries of science. 

There’s so much to celebrate from 2022 and we couldn’t have done it without you. We are grateful to our donors for their ongoing support of the American Committee and Weizmann’s groundbreaking science research. Thank you.

We look forward to many more extraordinary scientific achievements together in the year ahead! 

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The Weizmann Institute continues to punch far above its weight in terms of quality of research and number of grants awarded, securing the place at the forefront of global science.