Could Chaim Weizmann's vision be the key to solving the energy crisis?
Researchers at the University of California are developing a method of producing biological fuel, first proposed nearly a century ago by the eminent scientist who was also Israel's first president.
Chaim Weizmann is primarily known as a leader of the Zionist movement and the first president of the State of Israel. However, before his success in statesmanship and politics, Weizmann became famous during World War II for inventing a new method of producing acetone, which was needed for manufacturing explosives.
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