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Boris Rybtchinski

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Some crystals do not come together as predicted. New research explains why

organic crystal formation

The findings may be relevant to drug production, solar cells, cell phones and TV displays, among other things 

Prof. Boris Rybtchinski and group
A simple method of producing conductive nanomaterials may have uses from spacesuits to optoelectronics
self-assembling membrane

A new, water-based, recyclable membrane filters all types of nanoparticles

(l-r) Standing: Dr. Haim Weissman, Dr. Boris Rybtchinski, Elisha Krieg. Sitting: Dr. Eyal Shimoni and Elijah Shirman. Flexible bonds

“Water-hating” molecules that stick together can create changeable, environmentally-friendly materials.

Dr. Boris Rybtchinski

Dr. Boris Rybtchinski: "In the future, I hope we'll be smart enough to replace the burning of coal and oil with advanced self...

Dr. Boris Rybtchinski.

The future of solar energy might lie in light-absorbing paints

What We Are Doing About: Alternative Energy
Creating environmentally friendly fuel from trash might be the ultimate recycling feat
Dr. Boris Rybtchinski
Dr. Boris Rybtchinski received the 2005 Sir Charles Clore Prize for Outstanding Appointment as Senior...