Researchers from the Israeli University the Technion for the first time in history managed to grow artificial gold in the laboratory. According to the publication in the edition of the Jerusalem Post, this discovery is the work of graduate students of the faculty of materials engineering Maria Koifman-Kristof, who worked under the supervision of Professor Boaz Fit. The details of the process of producing artificial gold the scientists published in the journal Nature Communications.
The Technion is one of the leading universities in Israel, specializing in the technical Sciences. It was opened in 1924, and during his work the wall places left thousands of professional engineers and scientists. It was here in 80-e years were the invention of the optical fiber, opened the quasicrystals, as well as employees of the University made a huge contribution to the development of chemistry. No wonder, then, that researchers at the Technion first in the world have been able to grow artificial gold.