TAU Nano News

A New Building - The Roman Abramovich Nanoscience and Nanotechnology Building is being constructed at Tel Aviv University



TAU Nano researchers, Dr. Roman Noskov and Prof. Pavel Ginzburg have developed a state-of-the-art technology that manages to transform a nanoparticle of transparent chalk into a glittering artificial gold. That is to make the transparent particle shiny and visible despite its small dimensions. The new development could serve as the basis for innovative cancer imaging agents and drugs


Innovative Nano Material developed by Prof. Lihi Abramovich of  the Nano Center and Prof. Yiftach Yaacobi of Life Sciences Faculty (both at Tel Aviv University) will make it possible to make a clean production of hydrogen fuel


A nanosatellite built by Tel Aviv University staff and students was released into Earth’s orbit on Saturday 20/2/2021


Is Nano-particles coating for bathroom glass working well? TAU Nano Center researchers tested it. The answer is here 


Prof. Tal Dvir, the Director of TAU Nano Center, is engineering heart and spinal cord


Prof. Hadas Mamane’s team of TAU Nano Center have proven that the coronavirus can be killed efficiently, quickly, and cheaply using ultraviolet (UV) light-emitting diodes (UV-LEDs)


TAU Nano researchers were ranked among the world’s top 50 in their disciplines


Prof. Karen Avraham team of TAU Nano Center develop new gene therapy for deafness


Prof. Dan Peer’s team (TAU Nano Center) have demonstrated that the CRISPR/Cas9 system is very effective in treating metastatic cancers


New analysis from TAU researchers (including Prof. Haim Suchowski of TAU Nano Center) will make the cameras acknowledge colours that the human eye and even strange cameras can’t understand



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