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Summary A method to significantly shorten acquisition times of high-quality MRI images. Multidimensional nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) is used nowadays in many applications (e.g., discovery of new pharmaceutical drugs, characterization of new catalysts, and investigation of the structure and ...
Scientific Contact: Lucio Frydman
Summary An accurate method for detection of prostate cancer. Prostate cancer is the second most commonly diagnosed cancer and the second leading cause of cancer death in American men, with about 1 man in 36 to die of prostate cancer. Early detection of prostate cancer enables treatment at an ...
Scientific Contact: Amos Breskin
Summary A new minimally-invasive procedure involves the intra-arterial insertion of an auxiliary valve between the malfunctioning valve and the left ventricle, bypassing the need for the removal of the malfunctioning valve during open-heart surgery, minimizing risks and rehabilitation ...
Scientific Contact: Boris Levin
Summary A non invasive method for determining the interstitial fluid pressure (IFP) in tumors. The majority of cancer diseases are managed with a variety of systemic therapeutic agents. These agents are usually administered through the blood circulation, enter the tumor vasculature, extravasate ...
Scientific Contact: Hadassa Degani
Summary Detection of breast tumors using MRI without contrast agents. The two leading methods for screening and detect breast cancer are currently high-quality X-ray mammography and the breast ultrasound. The sensitivity of mammography has been estimated to be 63-88% and is lower by 10% or more ...
Scientific Contact: Hadassa Degani
Summary A method to monitor the amount of milk consumed by the baby during breastfeeding.Breastfeeding has been shown to have important health advantages for both baby and mother. A few months of exclusive breastfeeding has been shown to reduce the risk of infant gastro-intestinal problems, ...
Scientific Contact: Ruti Kapon
Summary Ultra-short pulses are central to many technologies in telecommunication, laser micromachining and other industries. They are also extensively used in research in such fields as coherent control, non-linear spectroscopy. The time profiles of femtosecond light pulses are usually ...
Scientific Contact: Dan Oron
Summary An endoscopic photodynamic therapy system for tissue ablation by illumination of a photosensitizer drug in a target tissue. Ablation is defined as removal or excision of a body part or tissue or its function and can be carried out either surgically, by administration of hormones or ...
Scientific Contact: Yoram Salomon
Summary An innovative control device which allows hand-free maneuvering of wheelchairs through nasal-flow indication for quadriplegic or the highly physically disabled. this nasal-flow controlled joystick also enables hand-free computer access to allow communication with Locked In Syndrome ...
Scientific Contact: Noam Sobel
Summary An MRI-based Non-invasive real-time depiction of Blood-Brain Barrier (BBB) abnormalities that enables a wide range of diagnostic, therapeutic and drug development applications.The BBB is a capillary barrier that protects the brain from fluctuations in blood chemistry and passage of ...
Scientific Contact: Talila Volk
Summary Novel nanoparticle lubricants can significantly reduce friction of different dental devices and enable reduction of treatment times. Different dental applications suffer from excessive friction, which severely compromise their function. For orthodontic procedures, friction significantly ...
Scientific Contact: Reshef Tenne
Summary Liposomes are vesicles formed by natural lipids commonly named phospholipids. Phospholipids contain the phosphocholine head group which has great impact on their characteristics. In general the use of natural lipids provides biocompatibility; liposomes are frequently used as drug ...
Scientific Contact: Jacob Klein
Summary A novel chemical patterning technique. Chemical patterning of surfaces for molecular-based devices or for hybrid organic-semiconductor devices involves a "bottom-up" chemical lithography approach. However, this approach has a relatively low throughput that can be overcome by very high ...
Scientific Contact: Ron Naaman
Summary Acquiring high-definition magnetic resonance images (MRI images) or high resolution nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectra even in the presence of magnetic field distortions within one or multiple scans. The present invention deals with an MRI setting with purely spectroscopic ...
Scientific Contact: Lucio Frydman
Summary An online method for functional monitoring and follow-up of treatment progression of a therapeutic modality based on Blood Oxygenation Level-Dependent (BOLD) magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). The therapeutic modality is applied to a disease or disorder treatable by local embolization, ...
Scientific Contact: Yoram Salomon
Summary Novel reporter gene for magnetic resonance imaging applications.The ability to image the duration and location of gene expression in vivo and noninvasively is imperative for the future of biology and clinical medicine. Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a widely used noninvasive ...
Scientific Contact: Michal Neeman
Summary High precision positioning for surgical brain implants. Many experimental paradigms require surgical insertion of electrodes, cannulae, or syringes into a specific brain area. Current methodology for surgical insertion in rodents relies on atlas coordinates and measurements to orient ...
Scientific Contact: Ehud Ahissar
Summary A device to safely move people and objects from one surface to another. The relocation of an injured patient from the floor to a stretcher or from one stretcher to another involves the lifting and/or sliding of the patient. Such movement may cause further injury to the patient. ...
Scientific Contact: Boris Levin
Summary A novel TMS method that eliminates the restrictions of angular positioning, exciting more neurons per area of stimuli, in further areas of the brain. Current TMS methods and TMS methods under development, suffer shortcomings of a highly specific directional electric field, which ...
Scientific Contact: Elisha Moses
Summary New understandings of smell perception allowed researchers at the Weizmann Institute of Science to develop an effective smell cancellation technology, producing “white smell” the odor equivalent of white noise. In color vision, mixtures of many different wavelengths are perceived as ...
Scientific Contact: Noam Sobel
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