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The 2019 European Researchers’ Night in Israel

You are cordially invited to an interactive science festival on Thursday, September 19, 2019 at 5 p.m. when the Weizmann Institute of Science and the Davidson Institute of Science Education will open their doors to the community

The European Researchers’ Night is an annual international festival that makes the world of science accessible to the general public through a variety of fun and lay-friendly activities. The Weizmann Institute of Science and the Davidson Institute of Science Education invite you to take part in the 2019 European Evening of Science in Israel, whose theme will be: ”Ideas Come True—From Concept to Reality.”

On the occasion of the Weizmann Institute’s 70th anniversary, we have prepared an unprecedented number of special activities, including meetings with scientists, workshops and games, shows, hands-on experiments and demonstrations, and much more.

The event also includes free admission to the Clore Garden of Science and the Weizmann House.

For more information on these activities, click the following links:

  • Scientists: 30 ordinary people with extraordinary jobs
  • 60 workshops and games for the entire family
  • Shows: “Science on Stage”; “Kartoshkes”; a sing-along with BubiZemer; and “Vera’s Tea Party”
  • The Clore Garden of Science and the Weizmann House
  • The European Union complex: Presentations of scientific projects that have been awarded research grants from the European Union (Schwartz/Reisman Center lobby, Arnon Campus)



 The general public: children, teenagers, and adults


 Thursday, September 19, 2019; 5-11 pm


The Weizmann Institute of Science campus in Rehovot


Free of charge, on a first-come, first-served basis


Most activities will not require early registration. To reserve a seat for workshops and lectures where space is limited, sign up on this website, starting at 4 p.m. on the day of the event

More about the program

Held annually since 2005, The European Evening of Science is held concurrently with programs at various science museums, academic research institutions, and colleges. This nationwide initiative is funded by the European Union with the support of the Ministry of Science and Technology.

The Evening of Science activities are accessible to the public, according to the Institute’s accessibility arrangements.

To coordinate accessibility arrangements, please call 08-9378300, or email

The program is subject to changes. Please review the website before your arrival.

Team Members

Judith golan
Michal Shadar


For information, guidance ‎and registration: +972-8-9378300

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