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  • 31 Mar 2022 Technology developed at the Andrew and Erna Viterbi Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering will allow the miniaturization of ultrasound transducers, thereby improving their resolution ew technology that allows for very high-resolution medical imaging (close to 10 µm) is expected to lead to the development of tiny and effective ultrasound systems and other medical applications. The innovative technology, SPADE, is based on research led by Professor Amir Rosenthal and Ph.D. student Yoav Hazan of the Andrew and Erna Viterbi Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology. Their findings were published in Nature Communications.
  • 20 Mar 2022 From the Technion to Space  At the end of March, Israeli astronaut Eytan Stibbe will set off for the International Space Station as a member of the Ax-1 crew and as part of the Rakia mission. Stibbe will take with him the Nano Bible - developed and produced at the Technion - and don
  • 02 Feb 2022 המטרה - לרתום את ההישגים המדעיים בתחום הננו ליישומים תעשייתיים שיתרמו לכלכלת ישראל An article published in the "The Marker" addendum, of the "Ha'aretz" newspaper for the full article-click here
  • 17 Jan 2022 Self-Repairing Electronics are on the Way "From the Terminator to Spiderman’s suit, self-repairing robots and devices abound in sci-fi movies. In reality, though, wear and tear reduce the effectiveness of electronic devices until they need to be replaced. What if the cracked screen of your mobile phone could heal itself overnight? Or, if the solar panels providing energy to satellites could self repair the damage caused by micro-meteorites?"
  • 07 Jun 2021 Congratulations to our 2021 Graduates Congratulations to our 2021 Graduates! PhD Hanan Abumanhal-Masarweh  Shaked Eliyahu  Yana Rozevsky MSc Nitai Arbell Ron Bessler Ossnat Doron-Rahin  Yoni Eshel  Ziv Golany  Alexey Gorlach  Ahmad Kabha  Asia Matatyaho-Yaakobi Cum Laude Irina Davidovich Hagit Shoyhet
  • 16 Nov 2020 Spin-optics on an Atomic Scale: Chips of the Future Technion researchers develop a smart light source based on a single atomic layer of matter. The achievement provides a platform for the development of new quantum applications for computing and communication. Researchers at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have developed a new light source based on a single atomic layer. The discovery is based on the interaction of a single atomic layer with nano-antenna arrays in a silicon chip by creating defects in photonic crystals.
  • The Norman Seiden Multidisciplinary Graduate Program in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology The Norman Seiden Multidisciplinary Graduate Program in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology offers programs leading to Master and Doctor Degrees. The program for the Master degree is a Master of Science in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology. For further information on the RBNI Gradute program Click here
  • RUSSELL BERRIE NANOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE Supported by the Russell Berrie Foundation, the Government of Israel through TELEM, and Technion, RBNI was inaugurated in 2005 and aims at positioning the Technion and the State of Israel at the forefront of global Nanotechnology research and development.