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CogniFiber has been selected to take part in Intel’s Ingenuity Partner Program (Intel IPP)

By Merav Burstein | Apr 10, 2018

As part of the program, CogniFiber will be mentored by experts from Intel’s business organizations, will be exposed to state-of-the-art technology, along with an educational infrastructure and local and international events. CogniFiber has been chosen to participate in the fourth cycle of Intel’s prestigious program for leveraging startups. The program’s framework is based on a […] Read More

Researchers Invent Nano-Drops That Improve Nearsightedness and Farsightedness

By Merav Burstein | Mar 8, 2018

  Nano-Drops May Offer New Alternative to Current Methods of Vision Correction Ramat Gan, Israel — 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, […] Read More

ContinUse Biometrics one of ten start-ups to take first place in 2018 Prism Awards for breakthrough applications in photonics

By Merav Burstein | Feb 13, 2018

Company recognized for its development by Bar-Ilan University engineering professor of a biometric sensing system that detects biomedical parameters from a distance without human contact Israeli start-up ContinUse Biometrics is among the ten first-place winners of the prestigious 2018 Prism Award (the Oscar of the photonics industry) for the Medical and Health category.  The company […] Read More

A physicist from Bar Ilan’s Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials and her colleagues in the QUANTOX project are developing a Quantum computer funded by the prestigious QuantERA Fund

By Merav Burstein | Feb 12, 2018

Dr. Beena Kalisky, from the Department of Physics and Bar Ilan’s Institute for Nanotechnology and Advanced Materials, together with researchers from France, Italy, the Netherlands, Spain and Sweden, are developing Quantum Technology using 2D interfaces created between oxides as part of the QUANTOX project (QUANtum Technologies with 2D-Oxides). The research is budgeted by QuantERA, a […] Read More

Researchers from the Institute for Nanotechnology and advanced materials (BINA) in Bar-Ilan University, win funding from the Israel Innovation Authority, as part of the MAGNET incentive program – MDM

By Dr. Tsvika Ben-Porat | Nov 8, 2017

The Israeli chip consortium, MDM – Multi Dimensional Metrology, which promotes the development of measurement and process control technologies in the chip industry, based on data fusion from many sources, began to operate in September following approval of the Israel Innovation Authority. The new consortium, established at the initiative of Applied Materials Israel, will include […] Read More

HiPer SoC Lab announces its first SoC platform designed in close collaboration with Cadence, imec and TSMC

By Dr. Tsvika Ben-Porat | Oct 26, 2017

 Ramat Gan, Israel, The HiPer Consortium SoC Lab of Bar Ilan University, together with its partners, Cadence Design Systems, imec and TSMC, announced today the successful bring-up and validation of its 28nm system-on-chip (SoC) platform, which provides a foundation for collaborative innovation in advanced process nodes. The SoC Lab, funded by the Magnet Program of the Israel Innovation Authority in the framework of […] Read More