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Photons Stopped in Time
15.03.2018

A new method of trapping single photons could bring quantum memory one step closer

Red, blue, green in nanolenses
07.08.2017

Computer designed nanostructures do away with the need for multiple lenses 

Prof. Victor L'vov and Dr. Anna Pomyalov
27.10.2016

Electron flow at room temperature might be a dream come true

nanoantennas
06.10.2016

In a new method, gold nanoparticles use infrared light to create blue holograms

cooperation agreement signing
26.05.2016

Scientific exchange has begun with a laser-plasma accelerator lab 

William Levine (center), a prominent American diamond merchant, inspecting gemprints during his visit to the Weizmann Institute in 1974, with Prof. Shmuel Shtrikman (left) and Dr. Charles Bar-Isaac (right)
19.05.2014

Dr. Charles Bar-Isaac turned his fascination with diamonds’ brilliance into a method of identifying individual stones

spinning illustration
13.09.2012

Spinning molecular gas vortices might have a number of practical applications

(l-r) Michal Dagan, Dr. Barry Brunner, Hadas Soifer, Oren Pedatzur, Dr. Nirit Dudovich and Dr. Dror Shafir
03.09.2012

Dr. Nirit Dudovich succeeded in timing the leap of an electron

(l-r) Dr. Henry Yaffe and Prof. Israel Bar-Joseph in the late 1980s. Laser lab
04.11.2011

Dr. Henry Yaffe designs and manufactures devices for testing fiber-optic equipment.

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