• Green Catalytic Formation of Alcohols, Amines, Amides, Imines and Esters under Mild Conditions (No. T4-1551)

    Scientist: David Milstein

    A novel set of manganese, ruthenium and related borohydride complexes (Pincer-type) were developed as remarkably efficient and environmentally-benign catalysts for the synthesis of alcohols, amines, amides, imines and esters, which are the basic building blocks for the research, chemicals, pharmaceutical and agrochemical ... Read more
  • High-Performance Electrochromic Devices (No. T4-1380)

    Scientist: Milko van der Boom

    High performance electrochromic materials that exhibit a practical combination of low-voltage operation and efficient color switching as well as long-term stability have been developed by the group of Prof.< size=2 face=Verdana> van der Boom. Electrochromic materials undergo reversible optical changes in response t ... Read more
  • Highly Selective Fluorescent Biosensor for Labeling His-Tagged Proteins in a Specific Conformation (No. T4-1834)

    Scientist: David Margulies

    A rapid, label-free biosensor for detecting specific conformation of His-tag labeled proteins, accessible for use in both academic- and commercial-R&D. The fluorescent biosensor detects and labels His-tagged proteins in complex environments, such as living cells, while offering high sensitivity, speed, and cost-effec ... Read more
  • Highly Selective Optical Biosensors for Proteins in Biological Samples, with Excellent Signal-to-Noise Ratio (No. T4-1689)

    Scientist: David Margulies

    Sensing the levels of protein-based biomarkers in biological samples is crucial for diagnosis of various diseases including cancer. Optical biosensors offer sensitivity and cost-effectiveness; however, current commercially available devices fail to provide sufficient selectivity and signal to noise ratios for protein tar ... Read more
  • Hydroxyapatite and Inorganic Particles Based Composition (No. T4-1900)

    Scientist: Reshef Tenne

    Biocompatible polymers commonly used in the orthopedic and cosmetic prosthetics, cardiovascular and dental implants and food packaging industries often suffer from poor mechanical properties and thermal stability, limited dimensionality and short shelf-life as compared to their metal comparators. Two research groups from ... Read more
  • Inertial NEMS for Nanosensor Applications Based on Inorganic Nanotubes (No. T4-1828)

    Scientist: Ernesto Joselevich

    Inertial sensors for motion detection are being incorporated into an increasing number of portable devices, including diverse IoT applications, mobile phones, wearable electronics, automotive systems and medical diagnostic sensors. The current size reduction trend in electronics, requires incorporation of reliable nanoel ... Read more
  • Inorganic Fullerene Coating for Medical Devices (No. T4-1566)

    Scientist: Reshef Tenne

    Novel nanoparticle lubricants can significantly reduce friction of different dental devices and enable reduction of treatment times. Different dental applications suffer from excessive friction, which severely compromise their function. For orthodontic procedures, friction significantly reduces effectiveness and thereby ... Read more
  • Molecular Switches in Solid Media (No. T4-1927)

    Scientist: Rafal Klajn

    Molecular photoswitches are light-responsive molecules with potential applications in a broad range of systems with on-demand functionalities. While molecular photoswitches have been extensively studied in solution, their immobilization to dry, planar surfaces generally renders them photochemically unresponsive. This inv ... Read more
  • Novel CNT Hybrid Films Used as Porous Electrodes (No. T4-1809)

    Scientist: Boris Rybtchinski

    Battery and capacitor electrode technologies available in the industry today, are struggling to keep up with rapidly advancing applications that require high power and energy density such as electric vehicles, solar cells and telecommunications systems. One of the leading solutions to this problem are CNT-based films, ex ... Read more
  • On-Chip Synthesis of Biomolecules (No. T4-1369)

    A simple, single-step biochip platform for synthesis of biomolecules. Biochip technology is used today in measuring passive probe-target interactions i.e. measurement of the abundance of specific biomolecules). This technology can now be extended to include complex and cascaded activities on the chip. The present immobil ... Read more


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