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Background Microencapsulation is defined as a process of confining micron-sized particles or droplets in a polymeric shell called microsphere/microcapsule, having an average diameter ranging from 100 nm to several hundred ...
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Abu-Reziq Raed
Methods and systems for processing an input. An input vector y is received that represents a noisy observation of Ax, where A is a data matrix and x is a data vector of unknown variables. Data vector x is recovered from the received input vector ...
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Dolev Danny
Background Epoxidation of alkenes is an important chemical transformation whereby and oxygen atom is added to the carbon-carbon double bond to form an epoxide. The epoxides are often utilized as intermedialte compounds which can then be ...
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Neumann Ronny
Background Today, The main method employed for the synthesis of silica microcapsules is based on an emulsion/sol-gel approach. This approach has been applied successfully in the microencapsulation of hydrophobic materials. The encapsulation ...
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Abu-Reziq Raed
Background Light activation of neurons is a growing field with applications ranging from basic investigation of neuronal systems to the development of new therapeutic methods. Several light activation approaches have been demonstrated using ...
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Yitzchaik Shlomo
Category Veterinary & Animal Sciences    Keywords Disease Resistance, Genetic Improvement, Selective Breeding, Cyprinus carpio, Aquaculture Current development stage TRL4 Technology validated in labApplication Infectious diseases ...
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David Lior
Background The release of targeted drugs is often achieved by attaching the drug load to a carrier through specific peptide sequences which are cleaved by proteases that are highly expressed at the desired location. Cathepsins proteases, ...
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Blum Galia
Background  Parkinson disease (PD) is a long-term, progressive neurodegenerative disorder of the central nervous system, which results in motor and non-motor dysfunction. The disease is primarily related to loss of dopaminergic ...
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Sharon Ronit
Background Solar thermal collectors convert 60 - 80% of the incident solar radiation into heat, which can then be used to generate steam or heated water for industrial processes, for heating of buildings or to supply hot water. Low pressure ...
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Lev Ovadia
Background Nanocarbons, defined as nanometer-sized graphene allotropes, have dramatically changed the landscape of carbon-based materials in the past decades. They have "opened doors" to new technologies, with potential applications in many ...
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Gidron Ori
Background Water pollution is an acute problem. Several methods are currently being used to treat contaminated water that has organic waste as well as bacterial waste. Most of the techniques are based on oxidation using e.g. ozone, ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
  Background Genetically engineered probiotic bacteria for the local treatment of inflammatory Bowel Condiftions   Application   The following are diseases that this technology can be applied to: Periodontal disease (PD): This is a chronic ...
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Nussbaum Gabriel
  Background One of the largest families of receptors in the human genome is that of the 7 -ransmembrane receptor (7-TMR) superfamily, also known as G-protein coupled receptors (GPCRs), numbering approximately 2000. G-protein coupled receptors ...
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Ben-Sasson Shmuel
Keywords Virtual teams, Artificial Intelligence (AI), E-learning Platforms, Machine learning, online group learning Current development stage TRL4 Technology validated in lab; interested in commercial partnerships        Application Group ...
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Schwarz Baruch (Education)
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 During the past decades, several new and innovative solutions for efficient contaminant removal from soils have been investigated. Ex-situ technologies include excavating soils followed by land filling, thermal desorption, thermal ...
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Sasson Yoel (Casali)
Background Peptides are key players in a variety of physiological and pathological processes and play very important roles in modulating various cell functions. One of the most important challenges developing peptide drugs is the lack of ...
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Gilon Chaim
Keywords Sustainable Agriculture, Food Security, Pesticides Current development stage TRL3 Experimental proof of concept        Application The question of how to feed the worlds growing population is becoming increasingly important. By ...
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Kerem Zohar
Application Competitive applications processes are widely implemented across academic and nonacademic organizations. Managing the application processes is highly sensitive for both sides. Application processes like scholarships, tenure track ...
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Kramer Diego
Keywords cell free DNA diagnosis, liquid biopsies, methylation patterns, histone modification Current development stage   TRL3 - hypothesis testing and intial POC demonstrated in limited # of in-vitro modelsApplication The existing sequence ...
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Friedman Nir