Research in the Jelinek laboratory is broad-based and spans nanotechnology, surfaces and thin films, sensors, and biological membranes. Our research activity has a certain applied-science emphasis, with several patents awarded/submitted. Below are links to the main projects currently pursued in the laboratory, described in some detail with recent publications outlined.
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Our students Orit Malka and NitzanShauloff won prestigious 'Entrepreneurial Post-Doc' fellowships of the Ministry of Science, Israel.
Nitzan Shauloff, Raz Jelinek featured in a BBC news article- The electronic noses designed to prevent food poisoning
The 2021 ICS-Adama Prize for Technological Innovation was awarded to Prof. Raz Jelinek of the Ben-Gurion University of the Negev for implementing conjugated chromatic polymers as color sensors, and for using carbon quantum dots and nanoscale gold assemblies for biological imaging, and electro-optic devices.