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Mimicking the nature composition and structure of tissues is a considerable challenge in medicine. Currently this can be partially achieved with prefabricated implants. Prof. Shefi’s team invented a novel approach of injectable biomaterials, to be incorporated directly into the injured site. Advantages: Directly injectable without full operation Effectively promotes and directs neuronal growth Eliminates…Read More
The Problem The amount of biological material and reagents available for PTM analysis is usually very limited. This is even more pronounced for membrane proteins. In contrast, the amount required for analysis PTM is significant. This discrepancy makes PTM analysis very difficult. The Solution The minute amounts of biological material and reagents required for analysis using…Read More
The appropriate functioning of living cells depends on a variety of dynamic processes that necessitate delicate motion, transportation, association, and disassociation in time and space. For proteins, it is important to know: Is there a mobile fraction and a fixed (bound) fraction? What is the ratio between these two sub-populations? What is the concentration of each…Read More
Nanoparticles can be manufactured with tunable size, shape, and surface as well as biological activity. Their role as nanocarriers is well established. While many nanoparticles are stable as an aqueous colloid, ferrofluid, they maintain an insufficient active surface and are limited in their capacity for further modification or surface engineering. In this cutting-edge technology, a…Read More
Tackling the challenge of Big Data processing is focused today on two levels: Increase computing power of processors and cloud platforms Improving parallel processing algorithms for optimal utilization of the above hardware The proposed novel solution tackles those limitations by reducing problem dimensions. To reduce the dimensions of unsupervised segmentation problem, it uses “dynamic samples” from…Read More
The Problem Optical fibers serve as excellent sensing platform. In distributed analysis protocols, a parameter of interest is mapped along a fiber under test, and each fiber segment serves as an independent sensing node. Both temperature and mechanical strain can be mapped based on the physical principle of stimulated Brillouin scattering, or SBS. In this…Read More
The Problem Joint transmission (JT), in which adjacent transmitters, coordinate their transmission jointly to form a cluster which serves several mobile terminals, is an important tool for enhancing spectrum utilization. Not surprisingly, there is a constant growing demand for high data rate. Both the demand and the rapid increase in the number of cellular consumers…Read More
The Problem The continuing increase in data transportation presents a major technological challenge to the wireless communications industry due to the shortage in the electromagnetic spectrum; a precious natural resource which is very limited. The scarcity of available spectrum has pushed cellular networks to a universal frequency reuse (every cell utilizes all of the frequencies),…Read More
BIRAD grants exclusive and non-exclusive licenses for the commercialization of BIU-based research findings, both to established companies and to new startup ventures established around University technology.
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