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    Texas & Technion join forces for Water

    Texas and Israel’s Technion team up to build water system California could learn a thing or two about innovative water technologies from university researchers in Israel and Texas, whose joint desalination project won the Honorable Mention award in a U...

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  • Assistant Professor Reut Shalgi in the laboratory.

Photos: Shitzu; Technion Press Room

    Learning the Language of Proteins

    “Science leads you in directions you hadn’t thought of, and you have to navigate your way through it.  Assistant Professor Reut Shalgi returned from MIT to Israel thanks to the Technion, where she currently investigates regulatory mechanisms of prote...

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    Harvey Prize Laureate Lectures

    The Technion will award the 2014 Harvey Prize in Human Health to Prof. James P. Allison, an immunologist from the University of Texas, and the 2014 Harvey Prize in Science & Technology to Prof. Dr. Reinhard Genzel (for Science & Technology), an...

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  • The winning teams at the opening BizTEC event.

    Ten years, 122 companies – and a $60 million surprise

    The BizTEC competition is celebrating its first decade, and the New York Times has some very good news: Google Capital will invest $60 million in the new start-up of Technion graduate Tomer London, who won first place in BizTEC in 2009 In early April, ...

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  • March 2014 at opening meeting of the Waterloo-Technion Research Cooperation Program held in Haifa, Israel (from left to right): George Dixon, 
V.P. University Research, University of Waterloo, Feridun Hamdullahpur, president   and vice-chancellor of the University of Waterloo, Prof. Peretz Lavie, Technion President and Prof. Oded Shmueli, former Executive Vice President for Research at the Technion.

    Waterloo & Technion Research Alliance

    Donation funds expansion of research between leading innovation universities A $1.6-million gift to the University of Waterloo and Technion-Israel Institute of Technology by The Gerald Schwartz & Heather Reisman Foundation is enabling world-changin...

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    And Then There Was Nano

    The Shrine of the Book Celebrates 50 Years with Renewed Exhibition Space, Special Displays And Then There Was Nano features The Smallest Bible in the World from the Technion Concurrent exhibition dedicated to Shrine’s iconic architecture Two special d...

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    A Journey Unlike Any Other

    Learning from the past to safeguard our future: 32 Technion students travel to Poland as part of the International March of the Living program organized through the National Union of Israeli Students “The journey to Poland is as important as any other...

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  • Innovative gastric cancer-detection technology

    New technology for early detection of stomach cancer

    The innovative method, developed at the Technion, identifies persons at risk for developing stomach cancer and for detecting tumors at an earlier stage. The prestigious journal Gut, which published the research, notes that the detection method is quick...

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    Sun Pharma and Technion to Develop New Class of Oncology Drugs

    Sun Pharma and the Technion form Research Collaboration to Develop New Class of Oncology Drugs Mumbai, India: April 15, 2015 – Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. (Reuters: SUN.BO, Bloomberg: SUNP IN, NSE: SUNPHARMA, BSE: 524715) and the Technion – Isra...

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    Breakthrough in Cancer Research

    The ubiquitin system produces a protein that greatly restricts the development of cancerous tumors. A new study by researchers at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology could hold one key to control cancer cell growth and development. In a paper p...

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    Pomegranate & Dates for Life

    Glorious, red pomegranates and their Middle Eastern sister, luscious toffee-like dates, are delicious, increasingly trendy, and healthy to boot. As it turns out, when consumed together they are a winning combination in the war against heart disease. Ju...

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  • תיאור אמנותי של ההתנגשות בין 'טיה' לכדור הארץ, שהובילה להיווצרות הירח. מקור: חגי פרץ. ביצירת התמונה נעשה שימוש בתמונות מארגוני החלל האירופיים והאמריקאים (ESA, NASA).

    The Origins of the Moon

    The moon is thought to have formed from the debris of a small planet that collided with the Earth. Since the composition of other planets in the Solar system differs from that of the Earth, it was expected that the moon composition would also differ fr...

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    Sign up to Technion Live

    Get the latest news, views and events directly to your inbox by subscribing to the Technion’s periodic e-newsletter Technion Live. In this edition: solutions revolution, Youtube hits, Technion in Tel aviv and much more. ...

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    Browse the online archives of press releases from Technion – Israel Institute of Technology for the past five years ...

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