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Leading Researchers:

Electrochemically Identifying and Measuring Genotoxins in Water

The Invention A field deployable device for near real-time identification and quantitiatve measurement of genotoxins in water.  The device contains a low cost disposable probe head which quickly and accurately alerts if genotoxins are present at dangerous levels. The probe consists of genetically modified bacteria which are sensitive to various genotoxins and produce an electrical […] Read More >

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Enhancement of Durability, Sensitivity and Selectivity of Environmental Sensors & BioSensors by Peptide Nanotubes

The Technology A Peptide NanoForest, is a dense array of self assembling organic nanotubes, capable of enhancing sensitivity and selectivity parameters of amperometric electrode high-performance sensors.  The patented Diphenylalanine (FF) aromatic dipeptide nanotubes are formed under mild conditions from inexpensive building blocks. These bioinspired materials have a unique mechanical strength. They have a high Young’s […] Read More >

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method developed for the extraction of Azithromycin from environmental samples

Hospital wastewaters (HWW) provide a significant point-source of pharmaceuticals into the environment, especially for substances that occur at much higher concentrations in HWW than in urban wastewater. Cytotoxic or cytostatic anti-cancer drugs, derived from oncology wards, are known to be carcinogenic, mutagenic and fetotoxic. Anti-cancer pharmaceuticals are usually found in HWW. Due to their genetically […] Read More >

Prof. Averbuch Amir

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Prof. Avisar Dror

Prof. Dror Avisar has established a unique and world-leading hydrochemistry research group and laboratory studying the chemical-physical and transport of various nano-micro contaminants within the aquatic environments. Additionally, the hydrochemistry group is developing an innovative, based AOP technologies for the removal and breakdown of these contaminants. Read More >

Prof. Ben-Dor Eyal

Fields of research: Hyperspectral Remote Sensing of the Earth Soil Spectroscopy Developing applications in many diciplines (medicin, veterinary, civl engineerings, precise agriculture) Generating Soil Spectral Library for the Medearnenam countries Bi lateral projects with Czech Republic (CGS), Germany (GFZ), Greec (i-BEC), Italy (CNR) and EC (EUFAR, EO-MINERS and GEO-CRADEL) Contact: Email: bendor@tauex.tau.ac.il Phone: 03-6407049 Another […] 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. Gazit Ehud

The central dogma in the study of protein folding suggests that the thermodynamically-favorable state of proteins under physiological conditions is their folded one. However, there are number of cases in which the favorable states of proteins are rather unfolded, partially folded (e.g., “molten globular”), or misfolded (e.g., nonspecific aggregates or amyloid fibrils). These observations lead […] Read More >

Prof. Ilan Micha

The research in my laboratory is centered around two main areas: 1) on the taxonomic level – the phylum Porifera (sponges); and 2) on Symbiosis between marine organisms (usually with a sponge as one of the interacting organisms). Over the years we have thus studied many sponge species and their associates: from microorganisms (cyanobacteria, heterotrophic bacteria, and fungi) through […] Read More >

Prof. Kribus Abraham

Solar energy, energy conversion – photovoltaic, thermal, and thermionic, energy storage, renewable fuels, thermodynamics of power plants, radiation and convection heat transfer Read More >

Prof. Liberzon Alexander

Research interests The research interests are related to structure of turbulent flows in a variety of applications: Boundary layers, turbulence with polymers and surfactants, particle-laden flows, scalar (heat, temperature, concentration) dispersion in turbulent flows, and others. We develop new experimental methods to measure velocity and velocity derivatives of turbulent flows in Eulerian and Lagrangian framework. Read More >

Prof. Shacham- Diamand Yosi

Research Interest Nano-chemical processes for Microelectronics and integration of biological material on chip for acute toxicity detection Nano-chemistry for electronics applications- Physical and electrical characterization of electronic devices for CMOS technologies made by various chemical techniques such as self assembled monolayers and surface catalyzed auto catalytic electrochemical processes.   The research involves studying of the […] Read More >

Prof. Toledo Yaron

  Water waves and their interactions with the sea bottom, currents and winds Remote sensing of waves and surface currentsGeophysical and environmental fluid dynamicsAnalytical methods for solving/simplifying differential equations Read More >

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EcoOceanSponges and Marine Organisms and Micro-organisms

Research Interests: 1) The taxonomic level of the phylum Porifera (sponges). 2) Symbiosis between marine organisms (usually with a sponge as one of the interacting organisms, such as cyanobacteria, heterotrophic bacteria, and fungi), through algae and invertebrates (e.g., scyphozoans, barnacles, and polychaetes), to vertebrates (fish and hawksbill turtles). 3) Biomineralization – how organisms deposit various […] Read More >

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Imaging and Mapping of Soil, Water and the Atmosphere

The Remote Sensing Laboratory RSL Department of Geography and Human Environment, University of Tel-Aviv and Soil Erosion Research Station (TAU) The RSL is the leading laboratory in Israel for imaging spectroscopy, soil spectroscopy and remote sensing applications experts in soil mapping and environmental monitoring. The laboratory is situated in the Department of Geography and Human […] Read More >

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Contamination in Water Sources

The Hydro-Chemistry Laboratory The Hydro-Chemistry Laboratory is located in the Department of Geography and Environment and was set up in 2005 by Dr. Dror Avisar. This unique laboratory focuses on the new and emerging field of pharmaceutical contamination of water and on micro-pollutants in water sources. The lab is equipped to carry out studies on […] Read More >

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Renewable Clean Energy

Multi-Disciplinary SuperCenter for Renewable EnergySchool of Mechanical Engineering The Supercenter powerhouse is a hatchery for new clean technologies, aimed to develop technologies for higher yield, more cost-efficient production of energy from renewable sources, for a famine of energy rather than food. The focus is on solar and wind energy and bio-mass for bio-fuels. Renewable Clean […] Read More >

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Marine Engineering and Physics Laboratory

The Marine Engineering and Physics Laboratory’s research activity aims to combine basic theoretical derivations, numerical modelling and field observations in order to acquire a wholesome understanding of the fundamentals of surface wave physics and their manifestation in the Eastern Med. Sea. Theory and model physics developmentThis research direction relates to advancing the mathematical modelling and […] Read More >

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Turbulence and Experimental Fluid Dynamics in Gases and Liquids

Our field is experimental fluid dynamics in gases and liquids Our systems are:1. Electro-optical techniques (visual and infrared), high speed imaging, image processing and object tracking algorithms and data mining2. Tracking, velocity/forces and surface mapping  Potential services:1. Identification of contaminant sources (chemical) in air/water environment2. Flight and flows of birds and insects (odor navigation)3. Wakes […] Read More >

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High Throughput Screening (HTS) of Novel Bioactive Compounds

The primary objective of the HTS Center is to act as a core unit focused on coordinating the multidisciplinary search for novel compounds with potential biological and pharmacological properties. The Center offers a highly versatile fully automated robotic system suitable for providing high throughput screening capabilities. Offered Services include:1. Adaptation and implementation of bioassay on […] Read More >

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