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Jacob Klein

nanopores
25.02.2019

Nanoscale “slit” experiments may point to better porous materials for electricity storage

Prof. Jacob Klein
10.05.2017

Prof. Jacob Klein

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Prof. Jacob Klein
06.04.2017

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Nir Kampf
29.08.2016

To move a heavy statue, try a little water

Prof. Jacob Klein
06.04.2016

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Prof. Jacob Klein
06.10.2015

Prof. Jacob Klein

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The sound of a violin arises from a type of friction known as "stick-slip"
01.09.2015
What do the sounds of a creaky old hinge and a cello have in common? Both rely on the same kind of friction: two surfaces that alternately stick...
Several molecules must work together for proper joint lubrication. In this illustration, the lubricin molecules anchor the long hyaluronan chains to the cartilage collagen network; these hyaluronan chains in turn attach the phospholipid molecules in either single layers (green) or double layers (blue)
11.03.2015

Lab experiments reveal that lubricating our knees and hips is a “joint” effort

Prof. Jacob Klein
17.10.2013

Prof. Jacob Klein has been elected as a Member of the Academia Europaea
 

Prof. Jacob Klein
11.04.2013

Prof. Jacob Klein was awarded a gold medal for Tribology by the British embassy in Israel

 

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