Projects related to 16-2015-4213

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Background The human skin is the largest organ of the body, designed as the primary interface of interaction between us and our environment. The complexity of the multilayered skin morphology provides an extremely broad range of features of ...
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Feldman Yuri
Background Nitrogen vacancy (NV) color centers in diamond are a promising implementation for quantum sensors across a variety of use cases. The advantage to read out its spin state optically is a crucial property. Nevertheless, in order to ...
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Bar-Gill Nir
Background Sensors for the detection of explosives are important for humanitarian de-mining, remediation of explosives waste sites, homeland security, and forensic applications. Different sensors for analyzing explosives have developed ...
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Willner Itamar
Background Large scale application of solar cells depends on attaining high solar radiation conversion efficiency, AND on further substantially reducing production costs. Solar cells are typically constructed of multilayer ...
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Etgar Lioz
Background Cement & Gypsum require a lot of energy for production, consume large areas of land and are hard to recycle. There is a global need for new environment-friendly, low cost materials for construction. Our Innovation Utilizing ...
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Mandler Daniel
Background Critical utilities and transportation infrastructure have demanding requirements to maintain high operational loads. It is essential that these sites will be free from encroaching vegetation which interferes with performance and ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
Background There are many areas contaminated soil all over the world and especially in industrialized countries. There is a constant demand for cost effective remediation solutions, in particular for Oil contamination. Existing ozone ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
Background During the past decades, several new and innovative solutions for efficient contaminant removal from soils have been investigated. Ex-situ technologies include excavating soils followed by land filling, thermal desorption, thermal ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
Background The current commercial photo-initiators are unsuitable for radical-polymerization of adhesive coatings and 2&3D printing due to their poor water solubility, low efficiency and restricted suitability to the emerging LED ...
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Banin Uri
  Vibrant, Efficient, Low-Cost Emitters:   Background Perovskite nanoparticles are revolutionizing display technologies by down-converting some of the light from the blue LED backlight to narrow-band red and green components which results in ...
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Etgar Lioz
Background Solar thermal collectors convert 60 - 80% of the incident solar radiation into heat, which can then be used to generate steam or heated water for industrial processes, for heating of buildings or to supply hot water. Low pressure ...
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Lev Ovadia
Background Water pollution is an acute problem. Several methods are currently being used to treat contaminated water that has organic waste as well as bacterial waste. Most of the techniques are based on oxidation using e.g. ozone, ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
Background Printed Electronics (PE) offers an attractive low cost alternative for the fabrication of electrical and optoelectronic devices which can be applied on large areas, and either on flexible or rigid surfaces. While metallic inks have ...
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Banin Uri
  Our Innovation: Drug-eluting stents (DES) are widely used in intravascular intervention. The current technology is based on crystallization of drug onto stent surface (with no- polymer) Coating process is resulting in high yield coatings that ...
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Domb Abraham
  Category Nanotechnology    Keywords Spintronics, Memory, Chiral, Electronics Current development stage General list: TRL4 Technology validated in lab        Application Miniaturization and densification of electronic components to the ...
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Paltiel Yossef
  Background Precise measurement of time is essential for many aspects of modern technology. The ubiquitous need for a stable frequency or wavelength reference has major implications for applications related to navigation, communication, ...
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Levy Uriel
Category Food Analysis & Security , Molecular Electronics Keywords Nanotech, BIoSensor, Odor, Volatile Current development stage General list: TRL2  Technology Concept ...
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Bohbot Jonathan
Background We have developed a new type of a compact scanning Micro-ellipsometer that operates with a spatial resolution on the sub 10-micron and over a broad spectral range. See Figure (next page). The Micro-ellipsometer can accurately ...
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Rapaport Ronen
This method enables tight control of electronic properties:   Background Intentionally inserting impurity atoms into a crystal, or doping, is the basis for the widespread application of semiconductors in electronic and electro-optic ...
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Banin Uri
  Background Organic and inorganic materials are being widely used for development of semi-transparent solar cells that may be integrated in office buildings and replacement windows to enable harvesting of low-cost solar energy over wide ...
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Etgar Lioz
Highlights Prevention of IgE-mediated allergic reaction by blocking and clearing pollen allergens with oxidized cellulose via its polysaccharide binding domain. Mode of administration: inhalation, intranasal, ocular, topical and ...
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Shoseyov Oded
  Application Improved electrical connections between neurons and electronic devices for human-device improved interface and for research Highlights The ring-like Stable Protein 1 (SP1) is a homo-dodecamer with an outer diameter of 11nm and ...
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Spira Micha E
Background One of the main obstacles for successful cryopreservation of cells is the irreversible damage to cells organelles and membranes caused by uncontrolled growth of ice in super-cooled liquid. This has a crucial impact on organ, embryo, ...
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Braslavsky Ido