BINA, housing 71 research groups, merges experienced scientists with fresh talents, including returning Israelis and immigrants trained at elite institutions like Harvard and MIT. Their impactful work ranges from fundamental nanoscience to practical applications, spanning electric vehicle batteries, medical nanoparticles, and advancements in magnetism and optics for future computers. BINA's materials science breakthroughs have far-reaching applications, from agriculture to space satellites.

Collaborating with prestigious research centers and major corporations such as Merck and IBM, Bar-Ilan University is at the forefront of leveraging nanotechnology for a brighter future.