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Materials and Interfaces

Illustration of nanowires growing along nanogrooves
14.11.2011

An accidental discovery with carbon nanotubes could lead to new and better semiconductor nanowires

Illustration of nanowires growing along nanogrooves
22.08.2011

Growing nanowires outward on a ridged surface helps keep them orderly

Prof. David Cahen
22.06.2011

Prof. David Cahen was elected as a Fellow of American Vacuum Society (AVS), Science and Technology of Materials, Interfaces and Processing,...

Prof. Reshef Tenne
16.06.2011

Prof. Reshef Tenne was elected a member of the Israel Academy of Sciences and Humanities

 
(l-r) Prof David Cahen and Dr. Pabitra Nayak. Setting limits
13.06.2011

A new analysis sets the efficiency limits for a  solar cell made with organic molecules.

Prof. Jacob Klein
24.05.2011

Prof. Jacob Klein is the recipient of the Royal Society of Chemistry Soft Matter and Biophysical Chemistry Award

 
(l-r) Dr. Benjamin Friedrich, Prof. Samuel Safran, Dr. Yair Shokef  and Elon Langbeheim. Looking underneath
26.04.2011

Developing cells “feel” what is underneath and take shape accordingly

An intermediate molybdenum disulfide nanoparticle has an octahedral center and a spherical outer shape
04.04.2011

When does an eight-sided nanoparticle become a sphere, and how does this affect its potential use? 

Gold-plated serpentine carbon nanotubes
21.03.2011

Gold-plated nanotubes are more than pretty designs.

Prof. Jacob Klein
17.03.2011

Prof. Jacob Klein was awarded the Israel Chemical Society Prize of Excellence (2011)

 

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