Research in the Weizmann group is based on a multidisciplinary field interfacing biology, chemistry, nanotechnology, and materials science. This exciting frontier offers unparalleled opportunities for designing groundbreaking advances in medical diagnostics and research platforms. The iconic double helical structure of DNA has excited the imagination of both scientists and non-scientists for more than six decades. In recent times, the programmable nature of DNA has re-established its use as a powerful building material for the construction of precisely defined 2D and 3D nanoscale assemblies.


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POSITION OPEN: Highly motivated individuals, passionate and enthusiastic undergraduate, master, and graduate students or postdocs who enjoy working in a collaborative and productive environment are welcome!