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Researchers at the Technion have engineered a material that may replace silicon in the world of electronics in the future; Through the stretching of the material at the atomic level, they gain control over the material's conduction and insulation properties, thus progressing towards turning it into a fast and efficient switch
Researchers from the University of Santiago in Chile, working in the field of machine learning, have succeeded in developing an innovative method for identifying organic compounds based on the refractive index at a single optical wavelength
An international team of researchers succeeded in developing the most stable and porous zeolite known so far composed entirely of silica, which they named ZEO-3
The technological innovation suppresses the typical shrinkage of printed tissues in the period before transplantation
Volatile molecules may characterize diseases such as tooth decay and gum disease
Discovering the behavior of a material of interest on a small scale could reduce energy consumption in computing
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
University researchers have discovered a breakthrough magnetic phenomenon that will improve technological production. The researchers: "The discovery could change the next generation of nanoelectronic devices with reduced power consumption and faster capabilities"
A new material developed by researchers at the Technion and the University of Chicago is expected to optimize medical treatments and accelerate the use of renewable energies
Using XNUMXD printers and ink based on natural materials, university researchers are able to print wood and plan its shape while drying. "The development will revolutionize the design and construction of buildings that change themselves," shares one of the researchers
Prof. Levy was one of the speakers at the conference to mark the "Biennial Day of Light" held at Ben Gurion University * In his lecture he presented thin lenses based on materials and showed how surface materials can significantly improve the resolution of microscopes and facilitate the miniaturization of chips
The researchers created two-dimensional networks from polymeric microfibers, which change their shape depending on the temperature
Nanodiamonds may be tiny, but they could help solve one of the biggest problems facing humanity today: climate change
The company has developed a technology for dispersing carbon nanomaterials that dramatically improves the properties of most industrial raw materials, and makes the ability to make commercial use of nanomaterials a reality in a variety of industries - automotive, aviation, electronics, construction, energy and communications; Nemo Nanomaterials was established in 2018 and already works with 10 companies, including huge companies
Researchers at the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at the Technion succeeded in changing the electrical properties of a material by removing an oxygen atom from the original structure. Possible applications: electronic miniaturization and detection of radiation emissions
The funding will amount to approximately NIS 18 million for the first year and will be carried out in collaboration with Chai Laboratories and the Herzliya Interdisciplinary Center, the total budget is expected to reach NIS 40 million if the program is carried out in accordance with the defined goals
An experiment conducted in the physics department at Bar-Ilan, in the research group of Prof. Bina Kalisky, using a unique sensor developed by the researchers, documented a phenomenon that breaks conventions in the field of the transition of a material from a conductor to an insulator. The observation of the sensitive instrument showed that if you look very closely, you discover that a law that is considered universal ceases to exist
Researchers at Tel Aviv University have developed an innovative material that produces green energy through the application of mechanical force
This research, recently carried out by Prof. Jay Feinberg and Neri Berman from the Rekh Institute of Physics, was published in the prestigious journal Physical Review Letters. The study revealed, for the first time, the behavior in the immediate vicinity of the crack tip. In fact, this is the first time in the world that this tiny region, where material breaking occurs, has been observed in a laboratory experiment
"The electrical properties of the material depend to a large extent on the exact twist angle. In other words, areas with different twist angles should be treated as different materials connected to each other, says Prof. Eli Zeldov
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