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Automatic designing a plasmid such that it will be expressed only in sub-set of organisms in a microbiomes/community. Current microbiome engineering techniques are usually manually tailored for a specific system and neglect the different interactions between the new genetic information and the bacterial population, turning a blind eye to processes such as horizontal gene transfer, […] Read More >

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Therapeutic Monoclonal Antibodies to Combat Multidrug-Resistant Pathogenic Bacteria

It is predicted that a failure to address the problem of antibiotic-resistant pathogens will result in the death of 10 million people annually, costing the economy more than 100 trillion dollars by the year 2050. In high-income countries where antibiotics are heavily used in the community and agriculture, the strong selection pressure and non-completed antibiotic […] Read More >


Method for Isolating Oral Mucosa-Derived Mesenchymal Stem Cells for Tissue and Organ Regeneration

Identification and isolation of the mesenchymal stem cells from the general population of oral mucosa-derived cells may further improve regenerative therapies. Using cutting edge technology, we’ve been able to identify the subpopulation of mesenchymal stem cells with superior osteogenic capacity and furthermore, to unveil a list of unique markers to isolate these cells. Our findings […] Read More >

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Glioblastoma Regression by Regulating Astrocytes’ Immunometabolic Signaling

Malignant brain tumors are the cause of a disproportionate level of morbidity and mortality among cancer patients, an unfortunate statistic that has remained constant for decades. Despite considerable advances in the molecular characterization of these tumors, targeting the cancer cells has yet to produce significant advances in treatment OUR SOLUTIONAn alternative strategy is to target […] Read More >

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Explainable AI (XAI)

One important challenge in machine learning is the “black box” problem, in which an artificial intelligence reaches a result without any humans being able to explain why. This problem is typically present in deep artificial neural networks, in which the hidden layers are impenetrable. To tackle this problem, our researchers have introduced the notion of explainable […] Read More >


Automated Processing Of Non-Invasive Thermal Imaging Of Organ-Specific Diseases To Detect Inflammation And Vascular Dysfunction

During the COVID-19 worldwide pandemic, rapid and sensitive screening tools for SARS-CoV2 infection were defined critical for limiting the spread of COVID-19 and for allocating national resources properly. Researchers have developed and tested a new point-of-care, non-contact, thermal camera that connects directly to smartphones combined with image-processing algorithms, and machine learning-based analysis, to detect inflammation […] Read More >

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iPONT- Israeli Platform for Online Neuropsychological Testing

ObstaclesTwo main obstacles in testing the cognitive status of patients with neurological disorders are: 1. Small and Unrepresentative Samples: The sample size of studies is small and not diverse, frequently with 50 or fewer participants from the same geographic area. 2. Time Required: It can take significant time to undertake a single study, let alone […] Read More >

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Broad-Bandwidth, Long-Haul, Underwater Fiber-Optic Sensing System

An optical fiber can be described as a glass pipeline which can guide light over great distances with very little loss. In addition to being the central communication channel of the information era, it has another very interesting application. This application is called distributed sensing. By launching into the fiber specially designed pulse sequences of […] Read More >

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Extending the Life of Lithium-Based Batteries Via Metal-Oxide Nanoparticles Addition

Due to the need to reduce environmental pollution and reduce the use of fossil fuels, the whole world is moving towards increasing the use of electric vehicles that will be charged from renewable energies – sun and wind.  Lithium batteries are currently used as the main source of energy for electric vehicles. The challenges that […] Read More >

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Therapeutic Targeting of CD45 by Novel Agents to Immunotherapy Non-Responders Tumors

Therapeutic advances in cancer immunotherapy  have rapidly emerged in the past few years, reflecting the importance of the interaction between the human immune system and cancer. Despite the successful application of immunotherapy across a broad range of human cancers, only a minority of patients with terminal cancer experience life-altering durable survival from these therapies. These […] Read More >

Prof. Anikster Yehoshua

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Prof. Applebaum Benny

An associate Professor in the School of Electrical Engineering at Tel-Aviv University. I’m mainly interested in the foundations of cryptography, as well as the practical aspects of computer security. I also have a broad interest in computational complexity and coding theory. Read More >

Prof. Arad (Abboud) Shimon

Research Interests: Signal processing of ECG waveforms. Fetal ECG monitoring. Solving the volume conductor problem in biological tissue. Modeling the electrical heart and brain activities. Lung function tests (Spirometry). Telemedicine. Electrical Impedance Tomography (Congestive Heart Failure, Osteoporosis). Bio-Impedance (brain activity). Read More >

Dr. Arber Nadir

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Ms. Arbili Naama

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Prof. Arie Ady

Research Interests: Nonlinear Optics, Quasi Phase Matching Periodic and Quasi-Periodic Nonlinear Photonic Crystals All optical processing Frequency stabilization of lasers, high resolution spectroscopy Email: Phone: 03-6406627 Fax: 03-6423508 Website: https://www.adyarie.sites.tau…. Office: Electrical Engineering, 240   Read More >

Prof. Artzi Zvi

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Prof. Ashery Uri

Research topic: Elucidating the molecular mechanisms of synaptic transmission and plasticity under normal conditions, during neurodegenerative diseases and in aging. Research methods: Electrophysiology, Slice recording, Total Internal Reflection Fluorescence (TIRF), stochastic optical reconstruction microscopy (STORM), Fluorescence Resonance Energy Transfer (FRET), Molecular biology, Model simulation, Multi electrode array recording, Immunohistochemistry, Behavioral tests. Main projects in the […] Read More >

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The lab of Yuval Nir- Sleep And Cognition

Sleep is fascinating. We study brain activity during sleep, how it supports cognition and restorative functions, and how it affects sensation and consciousness. Research themes: Sensory processing across low-arousal states of sleep, anesthesia, and sleep-deprivationWhy are we disconnected from the environment during sleep? How does sensory processing change across sleep and other states with varying […] Read More >

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MAOZ LAB- Studying human physiology in health and disease using Organs-on-a-Chip

Studying human physiology in health and disease using Organs-on-a-Chip Research Bio-Hybrid RobotsWe are developing bio-hybrid platforms which integrate the sensing capabilities of insects with robots, to create ultra-sensitive sensingrobots. Brain PhysiologyWe are interested in identifying and understanding the cell-cell interaction is homeostasis and disease throughout the NVU. Organ-on-a-ChipWe are interested in developing the next generation […] Read More >

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THE LAMPEL LAB- We design functional materials that are inspired by biology

We are an interdisciplinary group consisting biologists, biotechnologists and organic chemists. We take inspiration from functional biological materials, specifically, from the manufacturing processes of these materials, and implement these elements in the lab to develop materials with life-like properties. We are especially intrigued by compartmentalization of (bio) catalytic processes in confined microenvironments such as those […] Read More >

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Adler-Abramovich Lab- Bioinspired Materials & Nanotechnology

Research in my Laboratory of Bioinspired Materials is focused on mimicking self-assembly processes that occur in nature, including biomineralization and the organization of short peptides and amino acids into ordered nanostructures. We are a material science laboratory with emphasize on organic chemistry and medical-biological applications. The group is developing new organic materials that are used […] Read More >

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Nonlinear Optics and Wave Propagation Laboratory

In the Nonlinear optics and wave propagation laboratory, we study a wide range of physical phenomena of waves. From sculpturing light during frequency conversion, through shaping propagating plasmons, and even manipulating electron beams and electron-matter-light interactions. Nonlinear OpticsNonlinear optics deals with converting laser with one color to another. Our research shows advanced ways to get […] Read More >

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2D Materials Lab

We are interested in studying the growth of different 2D atomic-films (like graphene, transition metal dichalcogenides, hexagonal boron nitride, etc.). We believe that revealing the growth mechanism of such materials will enable the controlled growth of atomic films with the desired phase, number of layers, chemical composition (alloys and dopants) and thus, dictate the electrical, […] Read More >

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Patolsky Center- Nanotechnology Research

Nanoscale science holds extraordinary promises to impact the crucial issues our era, such as improved medical diagnosis and treatment, renewable energy, more efficient information technology, and environmental protection. From the basic science perspective, our lab designs new nanoscale building blocks, studies their fundamental physical and chemical properties and develop ways to organize them into complex […] Read More >

Visual Computing Lab

Lab Research topics Computer Graphics  Computer Vision  Deep Learning  Geometry Processing and their integration General details About 25 graduate students.  At the forefront of research in the field of deep learning, with numerous annual publications in CVPR, ICLR, NIPS and others.  Running several collaborations with various industries, such as Rafael, Apple, Huawei, and others, including […] Read More >

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NEO-lab- The laboratory for Nanoscale Electro-Optics

The Nanoscale Electro Optics lab aims to study the fundamentals of light-matter interactions at the nanoscale in order to develop the next generation of electro-optical devices. We are interested in a wide variety of applications such as: optical switches, biological and chemical detectors, ultrasmall lasers, frequency converters and solar cells. Recent advances in nanotechnology grant […] Read More >

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Pinchasik Lab Biomimetic Mechanical Systems and Interfaces

Our research group is part of the Mechanical Engineering department at Tel-Aviv University. Our research focus is on biomimetics and the use of smart materials and interfaces by insects and reptiles. We seek to understand the fundamentals of liquid collection and transport, mechanics of soft materials, and to train the next generation of mechanical engineers […] Read More >

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