Molecular sensors

Molecular sensors can be used to detect and image analytes of choice with high selectivity in diverse and complex environments. These sensors find applications in various fields, such as molecular imaging, diagnostics, medicine, environmental monitoring, food safety, etc.





Activity-based probes

Activity-based probes are chemical tools suitable for visualizing and detecting proteins within complex biological systems. These probes interact with the protein of interest and report this interaction. These tools contribute to drug discovery and in unraveling mechanisms of biological processes.






Reaction development

Reaction development involves designing and discovering chemical transformations with high efficiency, selectivity, and scalability. It underpins advances in drug synthesis, materials fabrication, and molecular transformations, driving innovation across various disciplines.


Ori Green completed his undergraduate studies at Tel-Aviv University in 2014, earning his Bachelor of Science in Chemistry. Continuing his academic journey, Ori pursued both his Master of Science and Ph.D. degrees in Organic Chemistry at Tel-Aviv University, working under the guidance of Professor Doron Shabat (2014-2020). In April 2020, he started a postdoctoral position at ETH Zurich, Switzerland, under the mentorship of Professor Bill Morandi, where he explored new horizons in reaction development and chemical methodologies. He was honored with the “Jortner Prize” award and was granted the International Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) postdoctoral fellowship and the Rothschild Fellowship (Yad Hanadiv). With a strong interest in the interface of chemistry with biology, Ori’s research program focuses on developing strategies for visualizing and sensing elusive analytes and developing techniques for chemical post-transitional modification. In January 2024, he started his independent career as a tenure-track assistant professor at the Technion, Haifa, Israel (Israel Institute of Technology).

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