Wolf Prize

Info for Visitors

Bus: Many bus lines stop in front of the Faculty, including lines 26, 164, 201, 274, 301, 367, 371

Train: The faculty is located a short walk south of the Rehovot train station. The train schedule is available here.

Car: Entrance for private cars must be arranged before visiting.

Accommodations:  The Reisfeld Residence is an affordable, quiet and comfortable on-campus housing facility for international and Israeli visitors.
To reserve a room, contact

Ms. Liraz Avukan

Tel: ++972-8-9489658
Fax: ++972-8-9463894

wolf prizeThe Wolf Prize is an international award granted in Israel to outstanding scientists and artists, for achievements in the interest of humankind and friendly relations among peoples. Laureates receive their awards from the President of the State of Israel at a special ceremony at the Knesset in Jerusalem. Since 1978 the Wolf Foundation has awarded five or six prizes annually in the fields of Agriculture, Chemistry, Mathematics, Medicine and Physics. Wolf Prizes in various fields are considered the most prestigious awards after the Nobel Prize, and many Wolf Prize winners have gone on to win a Nobel.