Projects related to 9-2015-3142

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Background Antimony tin oxide is one of the most widely used transparent conducting oxides, mainly because of its two chief properties: electrical conductivity and optical transparency, which are important for optoelectronic devices, such as in ...
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Lev Ovadia
Oxygen-deficient films prove to be highly photo-reactive, efficient for decontaminating water, harnessing solar energy, and self-cleaning surfaces     Background Notably, metal oxides, particularly titanium oxides, often exhibit high chemical ...
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Yerushalmi Roie
Background Large scale application of solar cells depends on attaining high solar radiation conversion efficiency, AND on further substantially reducing production costs. Solar cells are typically constructed of multilayer ...
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Etgar Lioz
Background Printed Electronics (PE) offers an attractive low cost alternative for the fabrication of electrical and optoelectronic devices which can be applied on large areas, and either on flexible or rigid surfaces. While metallic inks have ...
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Banin Uri
  Background Organic and inorganic materials are being widely used for development of semi-transparent solar cells that may be integrated in office buildings and replacement windows to enable harvesting of low-cost solar energy over wide ...
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Etgar Lioz
Background Depositing conductive material on uneven and complex topographies is challenging while printing conductive patterns onto 3D structures. Available solutions to this need are complicated, require costly printers that are not suitable ...
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Magdassi Shlomo
Background The current commercial photo-initiators are unsuitable for radical-polymerization of adhesive coatings and 2&3D printing due to their poor water solubility, low efficiency and restricted suitability to the emerging LED ...
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Banin Uri
Background We have developed a new type of a compact scanning Micro-ellipsometer that operates with a spatial resolution on the sub 10-micron and over a broad spectral range. See Figure (next page). The Micro-ellipsometer can accurately ...
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Rapaport Ronen
  Categories Biofilm, anti-biofilm, anti-biofilm peptides, antiseptic agent, disinfectant agents, antibacterial agents, antimicrobial agent, chemical disinfectants, biocides. Development Stage Pre-clinical proof of concept and initial ...
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Hayouka Zvi
Our Innovation The group of Prof. Cohn is developing novel polymeric systems for in situ generated implants. The implants may be used in direct contact with tissues and organs, and might require to be removed from the body in due course, in a ...
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Cohn Daniel
  Background Many kinds of surfaces are notorious sources of infection. Eradication of bacteria immobilized as biofilms on these surfaces is a major biological problem. Prevention of the development of biofilms is of prime concern to ...
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Friedman Michael
  Application Improved electrical connections between neurons and electronic devices for human-device improved interface and for research Highlights The ring-like Stable Protein 1 (SP1) is a homo-dodecamer with an outer diameter of 11nm and ...
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Spira Micha E
  Background Implant devices are extensively used, but have a few limitations: Most implants remain in the body even after they finish their task Removal of implants is costly and requires an invasive procedure; only 20-30% are actually ...
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Porath Danny
Background Existing tubal ligation techniques are irreversible and have severe drawbacks.  In case of an arising need to terminate an occlusion, the implications are risky and might be traumatic. Our Innovation Novel “soluble on-demand” ...
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Cohn Daniel
  Background        Very small tumors (<5mm) in gastrointestinal GI tract can hardly be detected by external means (CT, MRI, etc.) or ultrasound endoscopic examination. Stomach and liver cancers as well as pancreas are deadliest diseases ...
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Feldman Yuri
Background Different neurological pathways can often be ascertained through the pupillary behavior. For example, early detection of neurological deterioration for traumatic brain injury (TBI), stroke and patients after brain surgeries. ...
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Buxboim Amnon
Background The healing of fractures could be a slow process that implies patient suffering and temporary disability, and incurs costs to healthcare, insurance and social security systems. The current interventions for stabilization of ...
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Friedman Michael
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Shoseyov Oded
Background Clean intermittent catherization is a gold standard care for urinary incontinence patents. A self-insertion of a plastic tube needs to be done 3-5 times a day. This leads to very low compliance resulting in an urinary overflow and ...
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Nahmias Yaakov
Keywords Medical Devices, Drug Delivery, Respiratory System Current development stage Proof-of- Concept and a demonstration designed. A prototype suitable for mass production may be produced within 12 months. Application Spinal cord ...
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Nahmias Yaakov
Background Peripheral Arterial Disease (PAD) is the narrowing of peripheral arteries. By age 60 approximately 15% of the China population will have PAD. The problem commonly affects the lower limbs. Lower limb PAD is often diagnosed in late ...
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Nahmias Yaakov