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  • Acquisition of Multidimensional NMR Spectra in a Single Scan (No. 1151)

    Scientist: Lucio Frydman

    A method to significantly shorten acquisition times of high-quality MRI images.Multidimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is used nowadays in many applications (e.g., discovery of new pharmaceutical drugs, characterization of new catalysts, and investigation of the structure and dynamics of proteins). One drawback ... Read more
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  • DEVICE FOR ELECTRIC FIELD INDUCED LOCAL MAGNETIZATION (No. 1886)

    Scientist: Ron Naaman

    A new technology developed by a group of researchers led by Prof. Ron Naaman from the Weizmann Institute, harnesses the advantages of electron spin orientation for memory and information transmission applications. The innovation enables replacement of the traditional current-based semiconductor technologies, yielding fas ... Read more
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  • OPTICAL CROSS-SECTIONING MULTIPHOTON MICROSCOPY WITHOUT SCANNING (No. 1266)

    Scientist: Yaron Silberberg

    Fast cross-sectioning using multiphoton microscope.  The conventionally used laser-scanning microscopy, confocal and multiphoton microscopy, although being capable of performing optical sectioning, requires a long image acquisition time, tens of milliseconds per section in current commercial systems, due to the scanning ... Read more
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  • High-Performance Electrochromic Devices (No. 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. van der Boom. Electrochromic materials undergo reversible optical changes in response to external applied voltage, ... Read more
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  • Protecting RFID tags from power analysis (No. 1447)

    Scientist: Adi Shamir

    A cheap and effective solution for protecting RFID tags from power attacks. RFID tags are secure tags present in many applications (e.g. secure passports). They are poised to become the most far-reaching wireless technology since the cell phone, with worldwide revenues expected to reach $2.8 billion in 2009. RFID tags we ... Read more
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  • Highly Sensitive Nanoscale Scanning Magnetic and Thermal Sensor (No. 1481)

    Scientist: Eli Zeldov

    A new technology developed by a group of researchers from the Weizmann Institute is a nanoscale sensor-on-tip for local magnetic signals and thermal dissipation with state-of-the-art sensitivity and spatial resolution. In light of the rapidly developing scanning-probe based technologies including nanomagnetism, spintroni ... Read more
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  • Optical Conversion (No. 1529)

    Scientist: Yaron Silberberg

    We present an efficient and robust broadband crystal optical conversion device. Various applications of laser optics require tunable laser sources. Currently, most frequency conversion devices rely on a single non-linear crystal, which is either temperature or angle tuned to enhance efficiency. This results only in a nar ... Read more
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