The Technion – Israel Institute of Technology is Israel’s primary technological university and the country’s largest centre of basic and applied research.
It is ranked among the leading technological universities in the world. The Technion has earned three Nobel prizes over the past decade and has a worldwide reputation for its pioneering work in electronics, information technology, nano(bio)technology, materials engineering, and more.
Prof. Ester Segal is the coordinator of the NanoPack project. Research activities in Prof. Segal’s lab lie at the broad interface between nanomaterials science and biotechnology. The Technion is coordinating the NanoPack project and will be responsible for management of the scientific and technical aspects of the project, and involved in almost all work packages
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