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Weizmann Wonder Wander: Cracking Non-Classical Crystal Formation: Some crystals do not come together as predicted. New research explains why. 16.06.2020

Tomography using cryo-STEM images of a tiny ferritin crystal



Weizmann Wonder Wander: Step-by-Step Crystallization Shows Organic Crystals’ Amorphous Side. 19.11.2018

The findings may be relevant to drug production, solar cells, cell phones and TV displays, among other things.


Weizmann Wonder Wander: Take Organic Dye, Add Carbon Nanotubes, Stir: A simple method of producing conductive nanomaterials may have uses from spacesuits to optoelectronics. 07.05.2018

Hybrid nanocomposite viewed with an electron microscope: Carbon nanotubes (thin threads), separated from one another, coil around rod-like organic dye nanocrystals


ChemistryViews: Tough Aqua Material for Water Purification. Angewandte Chemie International Edition. 18 January 2017. (Have been cited by many news outlets, e.g. EurekaAlert, NanoWerk, ChemEurope etc.)


American Scientist: Little Interactions Mean a Lot. Roald Hoffmann. American Scientist 2014, 102, 94-97.



RCS Chemistry World: Novel Nanoparticle Filter. James Urquhart. RCS Chemistry World 2011.


Nature Nanotechnology - News and Views: Supramolecular Structures: Robust Materials from Weak Forces. Carsten Schmuck, Nature Nanotechnology 2011, 6, 136-137.


Ynet - מדעScience:   מה קורה לכימיה כשהיא נכנסת למים?,August 22 2011.


Weizmann Wonder Wander: Better Bonds with Water. 30 May 2011.


Angewandte Chemie: Coordination-Driven Self-Assembly of PEO-Functionalized Perylene Bisimides: Supramolecular Diversity from a Limited Set of Molecular Building Blocks. Jan Gebers, Damien Rolland, Holger Frauenrath, Angew. Chem. Int. Ed. 2009, 48, 4480-4483.