Technology
The war didn’t deter young techies from around the world to come to Tel Aviv for a hackathon.

DNA used to create self-assembling nano transistor

The Technion research points to a possible future method of creating the smallest-ever molecule-sized circuits. Scientists at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology have harnessed the power of DNA to create a self-assembling nanoscale transistor. The research, published in the Nov. …

Maryland forges strong ties with Israel

Maryland Governor Robert Erlich Jr. (left) is greeted by by Tel Aviv University President Itamar Rabinovitch.Israel and Maryland have formed a partnership in Homeland security – a symbiosis of Maryland´s facilities and Israel´s expertise. The announcement came during the visit …

Hebrew University inaugurates nanotechnology unit

The UNC is home to an array of highly sophisticated electron and scanning probe microscopes, featuring complementary analytical tools for the analysis of nanoscale materials.A newly opened Unit for Nanoscopic Characterization at the Hebrew University in Jerusalem will contribute to …

Cream of the crop

The Cedar Summit Dairy is one one of many small dairies that have set up their operation with Pladot’s assistance. Remember receiving fresh milk in clear bottles in the morning from the milkman, delivered to your door? In a growing …

Using snouts to sniff out landmines

The boars proved more efficient than electronic detectors because in areas with a number of other metal objects, such as train tracks or dumps, they were able to distinguish the explosives from the rest of the metal.A young Israeli may …