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December 18, 1981 - Image 43

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1981-12-18

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS

Nobel Laureate Works at Weizmann Institute

tie in Israel and to take up
an important scientific
project at the Weizmann In-
TEL AVIV — His name is stitute.
'now Prof. Haim Ben-Israel.
Prof. Anfinssen told us, "I
He was previously known as have converted to Judaism,
Prof. Christian Anfinssen ; because I married a reli-
winner of the Nobel Prize in gious Jewish woman.
chemistry in 1972. He has Thanks to her I keep, the
been associated with the Sabbath, kosher rules and
Weizmann Institute in Re- the Jewish holidays. I
hovot for many years and learned all about Judaism
became a member of its from Rabbi Wallberg in
managing council.
America. I stayed with him
Now he has decided to set- for months. We discussed

By MOSHE RON

The Jewish News Special
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agan to visit Israel "and her
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religious problems. Our dis-
Prof. Anfinssen was
cussions are continuing to- received by the Weiz-
day, though I have become a mann Institute with open
Jew."
arms. Prof. Anfinssen
Prof. Anfinssen took will work on 19 projects
the name Haim in honor which could bring to a
of Prof. Chaim Weiz- revolution in world in-
mann, the founder of the dustry in the chemical
Weizmann Institute. His field. American firms
family came from Nor- have invested $25 million
way to America. He was in these projects.
born in the States and
Prof. Anfinssen has con-
studied at Harvard, ducted a number of research
Princeton and Berkeley.
projects for the institute in
His connections with the fields of medicine, agricul-
Weizmann Institute started ture, pharmacy and chemis-
in 1956. The present try. But arguments by
president of the institute, industrial sponsors about
Prof. Michael Sela, is a distribution of profits dam-
former pupil of Prof. An- aged the progress.
finssen.
Prof. Anfinssen regrets
Former
Weizmann that the matter did not come
President Meyer Weisgal off. He intended to involve
called Anfinssen the "Shah- Jewish scientists through-
bos Goy" of the institute be- out the world.
cause of his scientific and
Prof. Anfinssen believes
political work for Israel. He in Israeli science. He main-
took part in protest demon- tains that there is a concen-
strations for Soviet Jews. tration in Israel of hundreds
He was one of the Nobel of young scientists of whom
Prize winners who appealed a big country would be
to the Soviet leader Leonid proud. It would be a pity not
Brezhnev on behalf of to make full use of this ex-
Soviet Jews and even cellent potential.
threatened to boycott Soviet
Prof. Anfinssen, will stay
scientists if the persecution at the institute during 1982.
of Soviet Jews continued.
He then will return to the
In 1975 he mobilized pub- U.S. to look for further proj-
lic opinion against the ects for the institute. He
anti-Israeli resolutions of likes to say, "My heart is
the United Nations.
always in Israel."

Friday, December 18, 1981 43

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