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A new development may accelerate the use of graphene in the nanoelectronics industry and be used in many technological applications
Prof. Rachela Popobzer from the Faculty of Engineering and the Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials at Bar Ilan University won a grant of 150 euros, for research aimed at making drug treatment more efficient and targeted
Thanks to the nanoparticle system they developed - the cancer cell stops dividing and dies
Researchers have created a metallic sponge that increases light energy and can adsorb substances to it
Futuristic water purification? An Israeli company is developing a new desalination method in which nano-robots will clean seawater of problematic salts; This, without removing from them substances that are important for our health
Researchers have traced for the first time a unique process in the growth of tiny crystals, which could improve our lives and which may have occurred at the beginning of life
Prof. Levy was one of the speakers at the conference commemorating the "Biennale Day of Light" held at Ben Gurion University * In his lecture he presented thin lenses based on metamaterials and showed how metasurfaces can improve
A magnet with a thickness of one atom in a two-dimensional structure developed by scientists from the University of Berkeley could advance the development of new applications in the fields of computing and electronics
The research work was published in the prestigious scientific journal Nature Photonics, which was led by a group of researchers from the Department of Applied Physics and the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology at the Hebrew University. "A breakthrough, it's a dream!", the researchers excitedly announced following the findings
The research deals with a two-dimensional material, a single atom thick layer of boron and nitrogen atoms arranged in a cyclic hexagonal structure. During the experiment, the researchers managed to break the symmetry of this crystal by artificially assembling
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