BINA is reaching out to graduate students around the world through TEMPUS, a project designed to enhance opportunities for distance learning sponsored by the European Union. In a joint initiative BINA together with its partners received an education grant to adapt nanotechnology curricula into online courses for graduate students and for public outreach.

BINA has adapted and is currently filming two online courses.  The first – given by an expert in carbon nanomaterials Dr. Gilbert Daniel Nessim – is called “The Kinetics of Materials.”  Another course, taught jointly by BINA Head Prof. Yuval Garini and Dr. Amos Sharoni is entitled “Nanoscience and nanotechnology – Why is ‘nano’ different and how is it useful?”


Tel Aviv University
Ben Gurion University
Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Weizmann Institute of Science

University of Sofia, Bulgaria,
Politecnico di Torino, Italy
Grenoble Institute of Technology, France
Samuel Neaman Institute for Advanced Studies in Science and Technology of the Technion LTD 

Elbit Systems LTD, Israel (PSC),

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