Chemistry and Nanotechnology(23)

  • Inorganic Nanotubes/Polymer Composites for 3D Printing (No. T4-1900)

    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. ... Read more
    Emeritus Tenne Reshef

    Tenne Reshef

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5737
  • A Sustainable Process for Phenol Production (No. T4-1892)

    Phenol is an important industrial commodity used as a precursor to many useful compounds. ... Read more
    Extension Service Ronny Neumann

    Ronny Neumann

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5728
  • Highly Selective Fluorescent Biosensor for Labeling His-Tagged Proteins in a Specific Conformation (No. T4-1834)

    A rapid, label-free biosensor for detecting specific conformation of His-tag labeled proteins, accessible for use in both academic- and commercial-R&D was invented at the Weizmann Institute of Science. ... Read more
    Associate Professor David MARGULIES

    David Margulies

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5677
  • Inertial NEMS for Nanosensor Applications Based on Inorganic Nanotubes (No. T4-1828)

    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. ... Read more
    Emeritus Tenne Reshef

    Tenne Reshef

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5674
  • Inertial NEMS for Nanosensor Applications Based on Inorganic Nanotubes (No. T4-1828)

    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. ... Read more
    Full Professor Ernesto Joselevich

    Ernesto Joselevich

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5674
  • Homogeneous Dispersion of CNT Composites for Improved Conductivity, Bucky Papers (No. T4-1809)

    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. ... Read more
    Full Professor Boris Rybtchinski

    Boris Rybtchinski

    Faculty of Chemistry

    5662
  • CNT-Based Structure for High-Resolution Semiconductor Process Control (No. T4-1730)

    With the continuous trend of electronic component miniaturization, process control technologies must keep up with component size reduction. Defects that were so far negligible, are now posing critical operation obstacles, and are more difficult to identify as scales are reduced to <10 nm. ... Read more

    Maayan Honig

    Physics

    5602
  • CNT-Based Structure for High-Resolution Semiconductor Process Control (No. T4-1730)

    With the continuous trend of electronic component miniaturization, process control technologies must keep up with component size reduction. Defects that were so far negligible, are now posing critical operation obstacles, and are more difficult to identify as scales are reduced to <10 nm. ... Read more

    ASSAF Hamo

    Physics

    5602
  • CNT-Based Structure for High-Resolution Semiconductor Process Control (No. T4-1730)

    With the continuous trend of electronic component miniaturization, process control technologies must keep up with component size reduction. Defects that were so far negligible, are now posing critical operation obstacles, and are more difficult to identify as scales are reduced to <10 nm. ... Read more

    Sharon Pecker

    Physics

    5602
  • CNT-Based Structure for High-Resolution Semiconductor Process Control (No. T4-1730)

    With the continuous trend of electronic component miniaturization, process control technologies must keep up with component size reduction. Defects that were so far negligible, are now posing critical operation obstacles, and are more difficult to identify as scales are reduced to <10 nm. ... Read more
    Associate Professor Ilani Shahal

    Ilani Shahal

    Faculty of Physics

    5602

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