A new and unique museum of its kind in Israel will be launched at Bar-Ilan University: the Nano Museum * will open with the exhibition: "New Languages"
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 were able to break the symmetry of this crystal by artificially assembling two such layers
"The technology we developed is based on monitoring volatile particles emitted from the human body," explains Prof. Hussam Haik. "Today it is clear to us that such particles indicate different physiological states, and the question is which particles to focus on and how to monitor them."
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
In a study recently published in the prestigious journal for physicists, researchers from Europe reveal how the cough cloud spreads in a closed space under realistic conditions and the findings are surprising
The research group of Amit Meller from the Technion won a special grant from the European Union designed to accelerate an innovative technology for drilling nanometer nozzles in a material using a laser beam. The final device will be used for the analysis of a single molecule for the rapid diagnosis of diseases, including COVID-19
Bar-Ilan University researchers are using gold stick nanotechnology for spectrophotometric scattering to identify killer and rescue cells used in the immune system
Transistors based on carbon and not on silicon will be able to accelerate the speed of computing and reduce the energy consumption of devices such as computers, mobile phones and the like
The Innovation Authority has recently accelerated the issuance of the calling voices intended for academia and the high-tech industry. Here is what they published last month:
"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