• Prof. Orit Hazan, Dean of the Faculty of Education Science and Technology at the Technion

    New Faculty for Science & Education

    The Technion’s Department of Education in Science and Technology is now a Faculty Faculty Dean Prof. Orit Hazan: “This is not just a symbolic change” The Faculty’s “Views” program brings hundreds of Technion alumni back to the Technion to complete ano...

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  • פרופ' אריק מזור

    Excellence for Excellence

    “In my exams students are allowed to turn on their computers and surf the internet” Prof. Eric Mazur of Harvard University, special guest speaker at the Assessment For Learning seminar held at the Technion, explains why “the current grading method ne...

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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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  • פרופ' דניאל ריטל, ד"ר קרן שמטוב יונה

    Blowing the Whistle on Dental Implants

    Dental implants are a viable tooth replacement solution for most people, and the question one may ask is not whether you have one of those, but when will you have a dental implant. The use of dental implants is constantly growing, and Israel has become...

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  • Technology made in Israel: enjoy the T3 2015 Profile

    Technion Ranked 31st in US for Patents

    Technion ranked 31st in the world in the U.S. Academy of Inventors index The Technion received approval for 65 patents in the U.S. in 2014, the most of any Israeli university. The rankings list of the National Academy of Inventors, founded in the U.S. ...

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  • סטודנטים בטכניון פיתחו את רובודרינק - ברמן רובוטי

    The Automatic Bartender

    Technion students have developed ROBODRINK – a bartender that serves a variety of cocktails at the press of a button Three students from the Technion Faculty of Computer Sciences have developed ROBODRINK, a robot for mixing alcoholic beverages. The rob...

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    Prof. Daniel Rittel recognized by Academy of Sciences of Turin

    Professor Daniel Rittel, from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering at Technion, Head of the Materials Mechanics Center, and Deputy Senior Vice President, was awarded the prestigious 2015 Angiola Gili è Cataldo Agostinelli international prize, by the A...

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  • Technion team members working on the airborne system

    Student Unmanned Air Systems (SUAS) international competition

    Technion Students placed second in the prestigious Student Unmanned Air Systems (SUAS) international Competition The Technion team, made up of students from the faculties of aerospace and electrical engineering, was awarded second place in a prestigiou...

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  • פרופסור ליאור גפשטיין וד"ר אודי נוסינוביץ

    The Illuminated Heart

    A recent Technion study describes a novel optogenetic approach for pacing and resynchronizing the heart in case of heart rhythm disorder. Technion researchers have developed a new approach for the treatment of abnormal heart rhythms by using a light ba...

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    Technion Salutes its Honorary Doctors

    Technion – Israel Institute of Technology salutes its 2015 Honorary Doctors: Prof. Michael Levitt; Prof. Krzysztof Matyjaszewski; Prof. Arieh Warshel; Prof. Charles Weissmann; Mrs. Sandy Hittman – USA; Mr. Joel Rothman; Mr. Sanford I. Weill...

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    Technion Salutes its Honorary Fellows

    Technion Salutes its Honorary Fellows of 2015! Dr. Qanta Ahmed; Mr. Harry J.F. Bloomfield; Dr. Amit Goffer; Mr. Robert Hanisee; Mr. Avi Kerbs; Ms. Rebecca Boukhris; Ms. Sonia Marschak; Mr. Allen Prince.   ...

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  • פרופסור ויטרבי ורעייתו

    Transformational Gift for Electrical Engineering

    Transformational Gift from Visionary Leader of Digital Age for theTechnion Faculty of Electrical Engineering Dr. Andrew J. Viterbi – a seminal figure in today’s digital society – has announced a gift of $50 million to secure and enhance the Technion ...

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    Welcome to Technion’s new Ph.Ds

    The Technion has awarded Ph.D. degrees to 193 of its students. At a festive and emotional ceremony the Technion’s president told the graduates and their families a brief history of the achievements of the Technion and its alumni over the years. Dr. Ste...

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  • Mycobacterium tuberculosis Bacteria

    Gates Foundation Supports Technion Innovation for TB

    Haifa (Israel) – Technion – Israel Institute of Technology announced today that it will receive Phase II funding through Grand Chall...

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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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    Harvey Prize Laureate Lectures

    Distinguished Professors James P. Allison and Reinhard Genzel awarded Technion’s prestigious Harvey Prize. Technion President, Prof. Peretz Lavie, awarded the Harvey Prize to Professor James P. Allison, prominent cancer researcher, and Professor Doctor...

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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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    Archives

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

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