In the News
Talented & gifted students of the Future Scientists Center’s programs appear in newspapers and in the press. Introducing the youths who know no limits and for whom excellence is more than just a slogan!
The Next Generation of Researchers Has Arrived
Article by Coral Ben Ezra, Ynet
Interview with the Head of the Education Ministry’s Talented & Gifted Department, Menachem Nadler, and Alpha Program Student Noa Yafeh
Article from the Friday Morning Show with Galit & Yoav on Mako-Channel 12
Tinder Isn’t the Only Thing Captivating the Youth
Article by Maya Kalling, Next, Channel 12
A Day at Summer Camp
Article by Liron Shemesh, Next Channel 12
How Do You Transform Excellent Students into Future Scientists?
On “People”, Channel 12
Itay Bloch, Odyssey Program Alumnus, Member of the Ascola Alumni Network
On “People”, Channel 12
The Future Scientists - The Next Generation
From the “Paula and Leon Show” on Channel 12
Creating a Future - 2019
From the “Dror Globerman Show” on Channel 12
“Coming to the Lab is Like Therapy”
Despite their young age, they are determined to research the sciences and reach breakthroughs. How does this fit in with all their other activities? “We learned to properly take advantage of our time.” Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 6.1.2020
The Students Who Are Inventing a Robot to Identify Fire
They’re environmentally conscious and are fervently working on a drone to alert when fire strikes, in real-time. “I hike a lot. I love nature and think that we’re building something that has an altruistic purpose,” said one of the students taking part in this important project. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 30.12.2019
The Youths on a Mission to Save the Planet
They’re worried about global warming, researching energy sources and learning about planet earth’s sustainability in order to find effective solutions to the situation. Introducing the youths who are doing everything to live in a better world. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 23.12.2019
Helping Youths Become Breakthroughs in their Fields
In honor of the opening of registration for the Future Scientists Center’s programs, we took a look at who they are designed for, what you need to do in order to succeed in them and how you can balance studies, friends and youth groups. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 16.12.2019
This is What Vacation Looks Like for 16-year-old Researchers
They meet with doctoral students and professors, learn how not to give up when something goes wrong, and dream of making a difference in the world. We visited the Alpha Program’s summer camp, and were exposed to a whole world of discoveries and inventions. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 18.7.2019
Learning to Think Creatively at a Young Age
They’re exposed to complex riddles and challenging exercises - and learn to enjoy the journey. What causes 14-year-olds to think about their future in academia and how do they succeed in integrating a social life and hobbies, in addition to their studies? Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 7.3.2019
“I’m Studying with Children who Understand What I’m Going Through”
Inbar is studying nuclear physics and is certain that it will further her down the line. Yagur is researching mathematics and is working on an exercise that has yet to be solved around the world. Four youths who study at Ben Gurion University of the Negev, in addition to their high school curriculum, and believe that it’s all about proper time management. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 14.1.2019
The Youths who are Researching Outer Space
They’re researching lightning, the atmosphere and Gamma Rays, are searching for data using telescopes and recount that doing so has helped them socially as well. How do we learn to research and write articles at such a young age and how does it benefit them? Exceptionally ambitious youths tell all. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 2.1.2019
16-year-old Hi-tech Workers
They have yet to finish school, but are already working on their bachelor’s degrees in computer science and are working in successful hi-tech companies. How do they do it and what happens during hectic exam periods? Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 26.12.2018
The Teenage Girls Researching Cancer
They have yet to finish school, but are already researching in order to revolutionize the field of cancer research. How, at such a young age, are they coping with such complex subjects and what does the winner of Israel’s brain sciences competition dream of? Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 19.12.2018
17 Years Old and Researching Autism & Alzheimer’s
Hallel is researching a faster diagnosis of autism, Roni is researching neurological diseases stemming in the brain, and both know the field from up close. How do they contribute to research and how have their lives changed? A particularly optimistic interview. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 21.12.2018
A Talented & Gifted Family
What happens in families in which more than one child is gifted? What do the siblings talk about? And how do they understand each other better than other siblings? We examined these family dynamics. Click here to read the full article.
Published on ynet on 5.1.2017
Future Scientists: 18 Aged 18 and Under
The Maimonides Fund’s Future Scientists Center for the Advancement of Talented & Gifted Youth creates a community of influential and breakthrough students studying a variety of fields. We spoke with 18 youths who hunger to resolve the world’s greatest challenges, and were granted a peek into their projects, research and achievements. Click here to read the full article.
Published on Mako online on 8.7.2019
An Honor: 18-year-old Wins Prize for His Work in the Field of Medicine
Israeli pride: Elias Elias, only 18 years old, is already a winner of the European Union’s Young Scientists award for his breakthrough work on the subject of Multiple Sclerosis. Click here to read the full article.
Published on the Frogi website on 23.10.2019
Together with the Youth: A Unique Glimpse into the Laboratory Engineering Cardiac Tissue
Michael Shlisserman is only 18 years old, but he already took part in a study dealing with the engineering of cardiac tissue, thanks to The Future Scientists Center’s Alpha Program. We obtained a unique glimpse into his laboratory work and process. Click here to read the full article.
Published on the Frogi website on 9.1.2018
The Future Scientists Conference: “Aside From the Learning, We Also Made Lifelong Friends”
We paid a visit to the unique Future Scientists Conference at Jerusalem’s Conference Center, where we met the talented students who told us about their experiences in the Alpha and Odyssey Programs. Click here to read the full article.
Published on the Frogi website on 9.4.2017