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Researchers have discovered that the original way to speed up chemical processes is to reboot
An algorithm developed by the institute's scientists heralds a leap forward in the field of humanizing antibodies and may enable the rapid, efficient and cheaper development of new drugs. The key: stability
The idea of ​​capturing carbon dioxide or converting it to other substances in order to combat climate change is not new. However, simply storing carbon dioxide in a certain compound may lead to its leakage into the environment
In the new study, evidence for additional sources of chemical energy, much stronger and more diverse than methane production, was discovered: a group of organic compounds was found that were oxidized, and this indicates many chemical pathways for the existence of potential life in the ocean
Before the successful synthesis, it was not clear if it was even possible to create such a molecule and keep it stable long enough to study its structure and its electronic properties.
The number of wins by male and female Hebrew researchers places the university in first place among universities in Israel in terms of success rate among applications, with an increase of 5.5% compared to last year and it has the highest number of winners
Researchers have created a metallic sponge that increases light energy and can adsorb substances to it
AI-Descartes, a new AI scientist, successfully reproduced a Nobel Prize-winning work using logical reasoning and symbolic regression to find exact equations. The system is effective against real-world data and small data sets, with the future goal
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
For the past hundred years, the chemical trichloroethylene [TCE] has been used in decaffeinated coffee, metal cleaners, and dry-cleaned clothes. The substance itself is known to be a carcinogen, it is associated with abortions, congenital heart disease
Researchers at the Technion have developed a new method for producing electricity from algae in an efficient and environmentally friendly process. The idea, born in the mind of doctoral student Yaniv Schlossberg while swimming in the sea, was developed into a prototype by researchers from three faculties
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
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