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Reshef Tenne

Maya Bar Sadan
01.11.2007

What is the smallest stable, inorganic fullerene-type molecule one can make? How will its structure affect such properties as electrical...

Prof. Reshef Tenne
07.09.2006
Prof. Reshef Tenne received the Excellence in Research Prize of the Israel Vacuum Society and the...
illustration: enjoying the sunlight
01.05.2004
In contrast to fossil fuels, the sun provides a clean, cost-free, and virtually inexhaustible source of energy.
illustration:"Buckyball" discovery
01.03.2004
They sound like characters in a miniature fantasyland: fullerene, nanotube and quantum dot. But these and other nanosized...
Of Magnets, Molecules, and Memory
01.10.1998

Tiny molecules created in a Weizmann Institute lab could help lead the way to smaller and more efficient electronics

New Class of Molecular Magnets May Advance Microelectronics
24.09.1998
REHOVOT, Israel -- September 24, 1998 -- Weizmann Institute scientists have created a new class of magnetic materials made of...
Just Rolling Along
01.10.1997
A lubricant based on nano "ball bearings" could cut friction in half
New Material Shows Superior Lubricating Properties
19.06.1997
REHOVOT, Israel -- June 19, 1997-- A material discovered at the Weizmann Institute of Science has shown...

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