Nano: Tiny Science, Major Possibilities
A nanometer is only one millionth of a millimeter but the potential of research on the nano-scale is huge. Nanoscience, in turn, is a key enabling technology that revolves around the ability to see and control nature’s building blocks—atoms and molecules. The Israeli government named nanoscience a top national priority area in 2002, and Europe, the US, China, Russia and Japan followed suit.
As Israel’s nanoscience pioneer, Tel Aviv University established the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology in 2000. Today, the Center comprises 90 research teams which have published more than 1,700 scientific papers, registered 200 patents, and provided advanced services to industrial affiliates. Recognizing the great potential of its nanoscientists, the University recently secured a $30 million gift to enable the construction of a building for its Nano Center. With construction scheduled to commence in mid-2018, TAU is actively seeking contributions to attract top researchers and equip the building’s state-of-the-art labs.
Donors who wish to sustain Israel’s leadership role in cutting-edge science should consider supporting the Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology.
High Priority: Naming Opportunities - Nanoscience
- Center for Nanoscience and Nanotechnology
- Sagol Center for Regenerative Biotechnology FUNDED
- Chaoul Nano and Micro Fabrication Center FUNDED
- Electron Beam Lithography Lab
- Nanoscience Building FUNDED
- Nano Building Subunits:
– Visitors’ Center
– Conference Room
- TAU-Northwestern Exchange in Nanoscience and Nanotechnology FUNDED
To support or receive more information about one of these projects, please contact your local TAU Friends Association or TAU’s Development and Public Affairs Division at +972-3-640-8249 or email@example.com.