“There is no doubt that the success of the next 100 years of science and technology will be determined by our progress in discovering and applying insights from the nano dimension.”
Technion President, Professor Peretz Lavie (2012)
Nano Research Conducted by Chemistry Faculty Members
More and more of our faculty members have become involved in nanotechnology research, which promises the creation of new advanced materials and devices with a vast range of applications in medicine, electronics, biomaterials and energy. The research ranges from nanoelectronics and nano photonics, to nanomaterials & nanoparticles, and nanobiotechnology & nanomedicine.
Nano research at the Technion is performed mostly at the Russell Berrie Nanotechnology Institute (RBNI). Today, Technion’s RBNI is one of the largest academic programs in Israel and is among the largest nanotechnology centers in Europe and the US.