Nanotechnology

Nanotechnology Research at Bar-Ilan University:

Small Miracles

 
In 1959, before anyone had seen an atom with a microscope, American physicist Richard Feynman predicted the future: the future of nanotechnology. Feynman imagined a world in which man-made variations in the arrangement of atoms would result in fabulous new functionalities, and powerful solutions for pressing problems. 
 
Today, Bar-Ilan University is one of Israel’s most dynamic nanotechnology research centers. The University’s Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA) is home to top innovators who publish hundreds of papers a year, collaborate with multi-national corporations and help set the global nano-research agenda.
 
Bar-Ilan nanoscientists are uncovering fundamental principles that govern the world in which we live, and are creating the technologies of tomorrow.
 
The University’s Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA) is home to top innovators who publish hundreds of papers a year, collaborate with multi-national corporations and help set the global nano-research agenda.

 

Last modified: 22/05/2011