Researchers Invent Nano-Drops That Improve Nearsightedness and Farsightedness
Nano-Drops May Offer New Alternative to Current Methods of Vision Correction
A revolutionary, cutting-edge technology, developed by researchers at Bar-Ilan University’s Institute of Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials (BINA), has the potential to provide a new alternative to eyeglasses, contact lenses, and laser correction for refractive errors.
The technology, known as Nano-Drops, was developed by Dr. David Smadja (Ophthalmologist from Shaare Zedek Medical Center), Prof. Zeev Zalevsky, from Bar-Ilan’s Kofkin Faculty of Engineering, and Prof. Jean-Paul Moshe Lellouche, Head of the Department of Chemistry at Bar-Ilan. A related patent on this new invention was recently filed by Birad – Research & Development Company Ltd., the commercializing company of Bar-Ilan University. Steve Elbaz is a Co-Founder and Chief Business Officer of the new technology.
Israeli physicist leads int’l team making quantum computer
Bar-Ilan’s Beena Kalisky is working with researchers in France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden on the groundbreaking project.
February 27, 2018
חיבורים בין אנשי אקדמיה ותעשייה יוצרים חדשנות
מדענים, חוקרים ואנשי אקדמיה מהווים נדבך חשוב במיזמי חדשנות במגוון תחומים. ביראד, חברה למחקר ופיתוח, האחראית הבלעדית למסחור הידע והטכנולוגיות שמקורם באוניברסיטת בר-אילן, מזהה טכנולוגיות חדשנות בהתהוות ומביאה אותן החברות המסחריות .
כתבה מתוך מגזין החדשנות . דה מרקר – הארץ . פברואר 2018
Israeli Development: The software that will predict the next fatal accident
An artificial intelligence platform developed at Bar-Ilan University identifies the places that are prone to accidents at any given moment.
Soon you will enter a pilot project in the Israel Police, which will launch mobile vehicles to any dangerous point in real time. Will this stop the carnage on the roads?
From: Calcalist January 31, 2018
Prof. Zeev Zalevsky of the Faculty of Engineering tells of some of the inventions that have grown in his research lab.
Such as socks that measure heart rate, glasses that allow the blind to see, and a laser beam that can diagnose why the ear hurts the child.
The devices developed by Zalevsky in the biomedical field, for which more than 58 patents are registered, are breakthrough inventions that advance science and humanity.
With machine learning, computer systems can learn to perform a task or make a decision without human intervention without being explicitly programmed by people. What are the future applications of machine learning and how they will affect our lives.
By Sarit Kraus Head of the Department of Computer Science and Head of Artificial Intelligence at Bar-Ilan University, is considered a leading expert in the field of artificial intelligence and one of the world’s leading scientists in this field.
Israeli High-Tech Book, Ha’aretz, December 2017 (Hebrew)
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