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micro crystals
26.02.2018

These materials can bring us one step closer to a sustainable future

Perovskite with and without etching
13.07.2017

Understanding the properties of these materials will help advance new photoelectric technologies 

PhD student Sivan Rafaeli-Abramson
03.04.2014

Sivan Refaely-Abramson uses quantum mechanics to understand the real world

Profs. Sabrina Sartori and Reshef Tenne
03.04.2014

Visiting professor Sabrina Sartori is working to create new materials for green energy storage

(l-r) Profs. Gary Hodes, Henry Snaith and David Cahen
11.03.2014

Materials that capture the higher end of the spectrum will be the next wave of photovoltaics

Power Merger
08.10.2013

Nanocrystals that absorb low-energy photons and emit higher-energy ones could increase solar cell efficiency

Alternative Energy Research Initiative (AERI)
24.10.2012

The Helmsley Charitable Trust will fund joint research between the Weizmann Institute and the Technion

Canadian Institute for the Energies and Applied Research
07.06.2012

An Australian company will develop the technology to reduce coal emissions

(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.

Two-photon autofluorescence image of a live cell incubated with gold nanoparticles, superimposed on a simple transmission image of the cell
14.03.2011

The properties of materials on the nanometer scale could revolutionize everything from microscopy to solar collectors.

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