Israeli researchers alter magnetic properties of minerals - study

The technique was developed by a team from the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology.

Could we live on Saturn's moon? Research says maybe - study

Enceladus has an ice-covered water ocean that erupts into space, forming a plume. The researchers analyzed samples as the plumes erupted from cracks in the icy surface. 


Corrosion has turned the Alhambra’s decorative gold leaf purple - study

The Alhambra, now a United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) world heritage site, is a fortress and palace built in the 13th century under the Islamic rule of Spain.

DNA helps scientists engineer structures at the molecular level

The new research could open the door to revolutionary breakthroughs in faster and more energy efficient technologies.

Weizmann Institute professor becomes first Israeli to win prestigious Kavli award

Prof. Sagiv secured this year’s Nanoscience prize for his team's pioneering work on self-assembling monolayers on solid substrates within the field of nanochemistry.

Can studying DNA like language lead to new breakthroughs? - study

DNA is represented by groups of letters, so Ben Gurion University biochemist Dr. Barak Akabayov and his team aimed to learn new information by studying the letter sequences linguistically.

Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at Technion University.

Technion researchers develop innovative way to create nanowires

The findings pave the way for future research on growing one-dimensional inorganic complexes, and the results have numerous possible applications.

Charpentier and Doudna win 2020 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

In keeping with tradition, chemistry is the third prize announced every year and follows those for medicine and physics earlier this week.

Israel's representatives at the International Chemistry Olympiads in 2020

Israel wins 1st gold medal in decade at International Chemistry Olympiads

Israel has participated in the Olympiads since 2006. The Olympiads this year were run by Turkey, but took place over Zoom due to the coronavirus pandemic.

A tray containing cancer cells sits on an optical microscope in the Nanomedicine Lab at UCL's School

New surface coating eliminates coronavirus on everyday objects - research

Virginia Tech Prof. William Ducker managed to produce a special coating designed to deactivate coronavirus existing in droplets covering everyday objects.

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