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A Window into the Future

The Davidson Institute International science club for those passionate about science

Windows offers young scientists a unique opportunity to delve into the world of scientific research and discovery by meeting and engaging with scientists and interacting with their peers throughout the world in an open, respectful, and creative environment. Students discuss fascinating ideas and concepts in a variety of fields, asking questions that trigger curiosity and pave the way for future scientific discovery. This international club has participants from different countries, communicating with one another both within online meetings, and through a Discord server (a popular online gaming platform) which is the platform for our club. The platform functions as the international meeting place where participants communicate off-hours and discuss their interests, and experiences in a scientifically fact based, respectful, open-minded atmosphere, that welcomes diverse ideas and views.

The Windows international club online sessions are conducted monthly in English and explore the cutting-edge scientific research of the Weizmann Institute, debate ethical questions in science, and discuss career-related life choices of scientists.

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International participants ages 15-25 


Monthly online meetings on Sunday afternoons, starting November 19th, 2023, at 17:00 Israel Standard Time.
Meetings will also introduce the Weizmann Institute’s cutting-edge scientific studies, as they engage in eye-level conversations with the scientists involved, in a lab environment. Prior to meetings, participants will receive tutorials and preparation sessions in which participants will work together in groups.

Scientific meeting dates:

November 19th, 2023 – Opening session with Prof. Michal Neeman, former VP of the Weizmann Institute of Science 2014-2019, Department of Immunology and Regenerative Biology, Faculty of Biology.

November 26th, 2023 – Dr. Guy Nadel, lab of Prof. Rony Seger, Department of Immunology and Regenerative Biology, Faculty of Biology.  Topic: “Nuclear translocation, an entry to cancer research”. 

December 17th, 2023 – Dr. Francesco Greco, lab of Dr. Filipe Natalio, Scientific Archaeology Unit, Department of Plant and Environmental Sciences, Faculty of Biochemistry. 

 Topic: “Ancient Life on Earth: Decoding molecular fossils”.

January 14th, 2024 – Ms. Gal Perlmoter, Lab of prof. Karina Yaniv, Department of Immunology and Regenerative Biology, Faculty of Biology, 

 Topic: “Cardiac regeneration and the lymphatic system”.

February 4th, 2024 - Dr. Liat Ben David, General Director of the Davidson Institute of Science Education. 

 Topic: “Science as a Pillar of Society: The case study of the Homo Sapiens” .


Any location with network access (for maximum convenience, we recommend using a desktop, laptop or tablet)


Registration and participation is free of charge


Click the 'Registration' button on this page and follow the instructions on the online form

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