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Weizmann

Chaim . 1874--1952, Israeli statesman, born in Russia. As a leading Zionist, he was largely responsible for securing the Balfour Declaration (1917); first president of Israel (1949--52)
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Weizmann was shown "remarkably tender treatment," according to Scott Anderson in his book Lawrence in Arabia: War, Deceit, Imperial Folly and the Making of the Modern Middle East.
The Weizmann Institute of Science in Rehovot, Israel, is one of the world's top-ranking multidisciplinary research institutions.
The significance of Weizmann's political decline should be understood in the light of his extraordinary importance in the Zionist movement.
"The practical results of Ben-Gurion's trip," Richman observes, "were no greater than Weizmann's." He wouldn't "call publicly for a Jewish army before either the British or American governments gave their approval for the idea." And as little enthusiasm as the Allies displayed in the 1940s for establishing a Jewish state in Palestine, they were even less inclined to field a ramshackle force of Jews cobbled together from multiple countries under siege.
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Yet readers learn that the leadership of Weizmann, Ataturk, and Faisal was neither inevitable nor sustainable.
The Weizmann Institute reported the discovery in a press release Thursday.
Weizmann shares our vision and we are proud to announce our affiliation with Weizmann.
Currentlt, she is a postdoctoral fellow at the Weizmann Institute of Science.
Given our inadequate wood supply, the UK Government was keen to establish a close relationship with Weizmann, encouraging him to develop the process at Manchester University.
Scientists at Israel's Weizmann Institute of Science have published a study in Nature showing that artificial sweeteners disrupt the bacteria in our intestinal tracts, creating the very conditions that nutrition experts are trying to control.