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Bio-inspired flexible piezoelectric layer showing powerful performance

The piezoelectric effect, the conversion of mechanical energy to electrical energy can serve as the basictechnology for many applications such as energy harvesting sensing and actuating. Currently, the fieldof piezoelectric materials is dominate by lead-based ceramic materials such as lead zirconate titanate(PZT). However, lead is toxic and brittle, emerging the need for alternative lead free, […] Read More >

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Nanofabrication represents one of the most important features of modern electronics, optoelectronics, photonics and information technologies. However, the ability to fabricate nanoscale (sub-20 nm) devices, requires the introduction of unconventional techniques for material patterning, which is cumbersome, expensive, time consuming, typically available mainly to big industrial companies or to specific research centers, hence, not reachable […] Read More >

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The Kol group at the School of Chemistry of Tel Aviv University has been developing catalysts and technologies for the ring opening polymerization of lactones, and in-particular lactide to produce PLLA-based polymers, block-copolymers and tailor-made copolymers. Recently, a new family of catalysts was developed by the Kol group. These catalysts combine several attractive properties: 1. […] Read More >

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A-Traumatic Teeth Extraction and Immediate Implant Placement

The global dental services market is expected to reach 554.5 billion USD by 2028, with dental implants dominating the market as R&D in this field continues to excel with better biomaterials, improved designs, and surface modifications. Tooth extraction is a crucial step in dental implants procedure. The standard extraction method is based on mechanical rocking […] Read More >

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Bio-Inspired Liquid Compartments for Efficient Encapsulation and Controlled Release of Payloads

Tunable peptide-RNA microcompartments inspired by viral structures that have high encapsulation efficiency of small organic molecules and large macromolecules that their release is triggered by light.   UNMET NEEDCurrent drug delivery or microreactor systems are lipid-based nanoparticles (NPs) that has shown a wide range of applications as drug delivery vehicles and are used for various treatments […] Read More >


Dental Applications for Polypeptide Nano-Structures for antimicrobial composite resin filling

Novel, self-assembled organic aromatic nano-peptides and nano-spheres which exhibit excellent properties such as stability, solubility, transparency and rigidness alongside basic peptide features.  Nanotechnology benefits are achieved with biocompatible ingredients having a non-toxic fabrication process.    The nano-material can be prepared as powder or hydrogels and be easily mixed with common dental materials.  The Need Composite […] Read More >


Biodegradable, Multifunctional, Jellyfish Based Bioplastics

Plastic pollution has become the most pressing environmental issue, and biodegradable solutions are a promising alternative. Unfortunately, most plastic alternatives are difficult to upscale and require the cultivation of the process substrate. Due to climate change, overfishing, and habitat modifications Jellyfish (JF) blooms are prevalent, resulting in the harm of electrical powerhouse, industrial cooling systems, […] Read More >

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Self Assembled Peptide Hydrogel

The Technology A breakthrough Self Assembled Peptide Hydrogel (SAPH) has been developed. SAPH is a safe, self-assembled, biocompatible, remarkably strong hydrogel with modulated stability that is suitable for various medicinal and cosmetic applications. SAPH is based on the highly efficient self-assembly of the short aromatic peptides diphenylalanine.  The discovery and development of SAPH is the […] Read More >

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”Smart” Textiles integrating Peptide Nanostructures

The TechnologyTextiles that have been modified by integrating peptide nanostructures show remarkable properties.  These include the physical and chemical properties of the fabric, such as strength and fire-resistance, as well as much more advanced properties including enzymatic activities such as self-cleaning and hazardous materials-decontamination.   Potential applicationsSmart textiles have many applications.  Among them are self-cleaning […] Read More >

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Magnetic Devices based on Extraordinary Hall Effect

The Invention Magnetic based sensors and memory elements based on the Extraordinary Hall Effect (EHE).  Non-volatile memories can be constructed by utilizing anisotropic thin films resulting in stable hysteresis which can represent binary states. Extremely sensitive sensors can be constructed which generate voltage as a function of magnetic disturbances. Potential Applications Memory devices complementing or […] Read More >

Prof. Amir Roey Jacob

Design and synthesis of advanced polymeric hybrids and their assembly into functional nanostructures for applications ranging from nanomedicine to materials science Research Design, synthesis and characterization of smart polymers Design, synthesis and characterization of dendrimers and polymeric hybrids Stimuli responsive self-assembly and disassembly Utilization of smart polymers as selective drug delivery systems Read More >

Dr. Beck-Barkai Roy

Research Cytoskeleton protein complexes – Interaction between cytoskeleton protein complexes and their effect on the structure and elasticity of the cell. Intrinsically disordered protein – Statistical structural characterization of proteins that do not completely fold into 3d fixed structures in solutions. Nanoscopic complex – characterizing and manipulating nanoscopic complexes by grafted biopolymer. Membrane physics – stabilization of membrane to […] Read More >

Prof. Benhar Itai

Prof. Benhar is an expert and opinion leader in the field of antibody engineering. Over the 25 years of being active in that field, he prepared several phage display libraries from which antibodies against numerous targets were isolated. Prof. Benhar publishes over 100research papers, wrote 10 book chapters and submitted 19 patent applications. Research in Prof. […] Read More >

Prof. Bergman David Jonathan

Composite media: New physical properties that do not appear in homogeneous media; critical points in the magneto-transport and magneto-optics of metal/dielectric mixtures in the presence of a strong magnetic field; focusing of an electromagnetic wave with a resolution that is not limited by the wavelength. Read More >

Prof. Boxman Reuven Lev

Research Interests: Electrical Discharges and Plasmas — Basic Physics and Applications Vacuum Arc Physics — electrode processes and plasma properties Thin Films and Coatings — preparation, characterization, and utilization Vacuum Arc Deposition — equipment, processes, and coatings: research, development and design Carbon nano-tubes and other nano-particles: synthesis, characterization, and applications Read More >

Prof. Brosh Tamar

Biochemical Aspects of Dental Restorations and Orthodontic Tooth Movement Biomechanical behavior and response to dental treatments are studied in our laboratory and our in vivo studies. Restorative materials, including bonding materials,are tested for performance (e.g., durability and strength). We work on improving their properties by combining nano-tubes with the materials (in cooperation with the Molecular Microbiology and Biotechnology Department). For this, we study […] Read More >

Prof. Cohen Yoram

Research Supramolecular Systems in Solution; Applications of Diffusion NMR to Supramolecular Systems (Complexation, Structure Elucidation and Hydration); Hydrogen-Bond Molecular Capsules in Solution; Solution Host-Guest Chemistry; Synthesis and Applications of Target Specific MRI Contrast Agents; Applications of Diffusion MRI and MRS for Studying Brain Structure and Mechanisms of Brain Injury (Stroke, Trauma and other Neurological Disorders); […] Read More >

Prof. Deutscher Guy

A nanoscale coherence length is a key property of high temperature superconductors. Point Contact and STM spectroscopy can be used to reveal the effect of nanoscale faceting on the order parameter (1,2). These studies are fundamental for the development of tunneling and Josephson devices. Another kind of device being studied consists of a two ferromagnetic […] Read More >

Prof. Dvir Tal

Microfluidics-based tissue engineering. Recreating stem cell niches, microfluidics bioreactors for tissue engineering. Nanotechnological strategies for engineering thick cardiac tissue. Engineering a 3D neuronal network for spinal cord and brain regeneration. Fabrication of Nanoelectronics/engineered tissue hybrids. Developing smart delivery systems that recruit stem cells to defected organs. Email: Phone: 03-6406514 Another phone: 03-6408604 Website:… Office: […] Read More >

Prof. Eliaz Noam

Research: Biomaterials (e.g. electrochemically-assisted deposition of calcium phosphates) and medical devices. Bio-Ferrography (e.g. for orthopaedic applications and cancer diagnostics). Environment-induced degradation of materials and hydrogen interaction with materials. Electrodeposition and electroless plating of special alloys (e.g. rhenium-based) and electropolishing. Failure analysis. Quality control of raw materials and products; consultation services for materials and processes selection. Read More >

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Advanced Ceramic Laboratory

The group focuses on the development and processing of advanced ceramic and ceramic composite materials, including ternary carbides and nitrides known as MAX phases and their exfoliation into their 2D counterparts, known as MXene. These materials have a range of potential applications, including in power stations, nuclear reactors, jet engines, armor, optical components, energy generation […] Read More >

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Defects and Internal Interfaces Lab (DIIL)

The laboratory investigates the local electrical properties of individual defects and internal interface segments with respect to their microstructure General research statement of DIIL:The Defects and Internal Interfaces Lab (DIIL) studies local electron transport properties across microstructural defects in alloys and across interfaces between metallic materials. Electron scattering is usually enhanced at defects and internal […] Read More >

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Zucker Lab- Environmental Materials and Processes

Our group is involved in the design, preparation, characterization, and testing of materials and processes for environmental applications. We also focus on quantifying the risk of nanomaterials on the environment and identifying future areas of research necessary to realize safe deployment of promising nanomaterial applications. Our Research: Nanomaterials for water treatmentDevelopment of advanced water-treatment technologies […] Read More >

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Advanced Ceramic Laboratory

Research Interests: Functional, structural and high temperature materials: High temperature behavior of materials Novel synthesis and fabrication techniques – HPSPS Nanostructured ceramics and their mechanical behavior Atomic laminated materials – MAX and MAB phases Synthesis and implementation of 2D carbides and/or nitrides – MXene CMCs and MMCs Properties:Like Binary MX Phases High stiffness Corrosion resistant […] Read More >

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The Laboratory of the Quantum Electronic Transport in the Nano Systems

Our laboratory was established in the 1992 by Prof. Alik Palevski, upon his joining of the School of Physics as a new faculty. The scientific research deals with a wide variety of the physical phenomena at low temperatures. Currently the research is focused on superconductivity, magnetic order and strong spin-orbit interaction related phenomena in hetero-structures, […] Read More >

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Structure Determination of Low to Medium Size Molecules

  Structure determination of low to medium size molecules (up to MWt of ca. 2000) by mainly 1D and 2D NMR spectra.The molecules have to be soluble in organic solvents (CDCl3, acetone etc. to polar solvents like, DMSO, MeOH).It is possible to handle also mixtures that can be separated by chromatographies. Preliminary evaluation will be […] Read More >

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Advanced Materials

The Biomaterials and Corrosion LaboratoryIby and Aladar Fleischman Faculty of Engineering, Tel-Aviv University, Israel   In line with the demands of modern society, the multidisciplinary Biomaterials and Corrosion Laboratory is conducting strategic R&D on advanced materials ranging from biomaterials and nanomaterials, to materials for space applications, alloy deposition and archaeology. The Lab also provides materials […] Read More >

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Mechanical Workshop for Research and Development

The mechanical workshop’s goal is to provide quick and high-quality professional services. The staff consists of highly experienced personnel, possessing a wide knowledge in technology and manufacturing. Services offered by the workshop: Assistance and consultation in designing, developing and manufacturing of mechanical products Independent design and development of products, devices and accessories. The designing process […] Read More >

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Laboratory of Environmental Bioengineering

Our laboratory conducts research on biological systems engineering. BioEnergy systems Bioenergy systems efficiency analysisWe develop models to analyze the efficiency and net energy balance of biorefineries. Bioelectricity and bioenergyWe are interested in all aspects of bioelectricity and bioenergy starting from electric fishes, carbon fluxes, bio-batteries and energy molecules metabolism. Multiorganism metabolism and fermentation, synthetic ecologyThe […] Read More >

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Vacuum Arc Deposition, Coating and Thin Film

Electrical Discharge and Plasma Laboratory  המעבדה להתפרקויות חשמליות ופלאסמות A joint facility of the Faculties of Exact Sciences and Engineering   P.O.B. 39040, Tel Aviv 69978, ISRAEL  ת.ד. 39040, תל-אביב 69978 Vacuum Arc Deposition The Electrical Discharge and Plasma Lab at Tel Aviv University specializes in vacuum arc deposition (VAD). The vacuum arc is a high current, […] Read More >

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