Mortimer B. Zuckerman Announces Transformative Program

Mortimer B. Zuckerman Announces Transformative Program

Mortimer B. Zuckerman Announces Transformative Program to Support Future Generations of American & Israeli Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Fields

Technion Open Day 2016

Technion Open Day 2016

Technion Open Day will be held on February18th, 2016. Save the date! Details coming soon

The International Space University at Technion Israel

The International Space University at Technion Israel

The ISU will hold its annual global event at Technion in the summer of 2016. The guest of honor will be Buzz Aldrin: Neil Armstrong’s partner in the first landing on the moon

Launch of Israel’s 1st University in China

Launch of Israel’s 1st University in China

Five thousand attend the festive groundbreaking ceremony of the Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology. GTIIT initiates a new era of cooperative research between Israel and China in science, engineering and the life sciences

Welcome to Technion

Welcome to Technion

Welcome to Technion – Israel Institute of Technology. Consistently ranked among the world’s top science and technology research universities, Technion is Israel’s first and oldest university

  • פרופ' יונינה אלדר מציגה את המתמר החדש

    Live Imaging

    Prof. Yonina Eldar’s lab at the Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering is developing a minute and efficient innovative ultrasound system that transmits scans to the treating physician immediately. With such a system, ultrasound scans can be perform...

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  • חוקרים בטכניון פענחו את מנגנון האיחוי הבין-תאי

    Connected to Life

    Technion researchers decipher the mechanism of cell-cell fusion, which is vital to embryo formation and development Technion researchers have deciphered the mechanism of cell-cell fusion, which is vital to basic life processes, including embryo formati...

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  • פרופ'-משנה רועי עמית

    Genomic Eclipse

    Suppressing the Gene Technion scientists uncover an unknown mechanism in living cells: concealment as a means for genetic suppression. The follow-up study to employ novel DNA printing technology in order to decipher “genomic syntax” Accordi...

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  • קבוצת BLU במהלך התחרות

    A Breath of Innovation

    Near-death experience gives rise to idea for divers’ distress bracelet; concept takes top prize in 3-Day Startup (3DS) entrepreneurship contest Omer Arad, a student in the Faculty of Computer Science at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, was ...

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    Zuckerman Announces World Changing STEM Progam

    Mortimer B. Zuckerman Announces Transformative Program to Support Future Generations of American & Israeli Leaders in Science, Technology, Engineering and Math Fields Unveiled at VIP event in New York, Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks, attended by Nobe...

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  • Assistant Professor Shelly Tzlil

    Cardiac Cells Trained as Pacemakers

    Mechanical Stimulation of Cardiac Cells Could Make Better Pacemakers Discovered importance of mechanical communication could drive development of new therapies for cardiovascular diseases In a breakthrough that could change the future of pacemakers, Te...

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  • הדוקטורנטית עדי שכטר בר-נועם, פרופ' שי שהם

    Looking Sharply into the Eyes

    Innovative imaging technology developed at Technion’s Dept. of Biomedical Engineering captures fine, high quality optical images of retinal structures in vivo. The system, which can be easily integrated into any existing two-photon microscope without r...

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  • פרופ' אריק ריסקין

    Dangerous Rudeness

    Being rude to medical teams impairs their professional performance and causes actual harm to patients. This is evident from a study conducted at the Technion and Bnai Zion Medical Center. Rudeness affects people negatively, even when it comes in small ...

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  • מזון מעובד

    Processed Foods Linked to Autoimmune Disease

    Researchers Find Link Between Processed Foods and Autoimmune Diseases NEW YORK and HAIFA, ISRAEL (January,3rd 2016) – In today’s hustle and bustle world, processed foods are common time-savers. But that convenience factor may come with a bigger price t...

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  • Prof. Dov Dori

    Smart Design with a minimal Number

    The conceptual modeling language Object-Process Methodology (OPM), developed by Technion Professor Dov Dori, has been adopted and published by ISO as ISO 19450. Many scientific and technological advancements start as a sketch on a napkin. In the past, ...

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  • Photo (right to left) Liz Leibovitz, architect Moshe Tzur, Azrieli Foundation Chairman Danna Azrieli, Noa Gantz and Amit Chelouche

    Azrieli Prize awarded to Technion students

    A great honor for the Technion Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning: Two students at the Faculty have won first and second place in the David Azrieli Prize competition for projects by architecture students. Liz Leibowitz won first place (NIS 60,0...

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  • הפרופסורים ארנה גרימברג ואסף שוסטר

    Orna Grumberg and Assaf Schuster Named ACM Fellows

    Professors Orna Grumberg and Assaf Schuster of the Faculty of Computer Science have been recognized as Fellows by the ACM – the world’s largest computing machinery association The ACM (Association for Computing Machinery), the largest and m...

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  • ISU SSP Director John Connolly

    “Humanity wants to go to Mars”

    So said John Connolly, senior engineer at NASA and director of the Space Studies Program of the International Space University (ISU), which will come to the Technion this summer When John Connolly lectures to children and young people he asks the audie...

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  • פרופ' חוסאם חאייק ומערכת SniffPhone

    Prof. Haick on 2015 Nominet Trust 100 List

    Prof. Hossam Haick of the Technion and the SniffPhone rapid medical diagnostics project have been selected for the 2015 Nominet Trust 100 list. In previous years, this list, which covers the most important digital developments from a social perspective...

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  • פרופ' אנדרו ויטרבי

    Andrew and Erna Viterbi Faculty of Electrical Engineering

    The Technion Faculty of Electrical Engineering is now named for Prof. Andrew Viterbi and his late wife, Erna Viterbi, co-founder of Qualcomm, is the inventor of the Viterbi Algorithm, which is used in most smartphones today and in data terminals, digi...

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  • איור שער

    Focused on Nano

    Technion researchers have developed an innovative method for detecting DNA sequences with high sensitivity. The study is highlighted on the cover of the journal Advanced Functional Materials. Technion researchers have developed an innovative technology...

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    Sign up to Technion Live

    Get the Technion LIVE Newsletter directly to your inbox. In this edition: Sleep for Stem Cell Transplant, Elephants & Cancer, Nano Bible in DC and much more! ...

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  • l-r: LabSuit co-founders Helen Rabinovitz, Alex Domeshek and Ira Blekhman

    Transformation in the Laboratory

    A love story between two Technion graduates, Helen Rabinovich and Alex Domeshek led to the revolutionary start-up “Labsuit”, transforming the inventory management of academic laboratories. ...

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    Engineers without Borders

    Pioneering students from the Engineers without Borders (EwB) Technion Chapter joined up with a community in rural Ethiopia to design and build a safe drinking supply water system for a school. Additional projects of the Technion Chapter include solar ...

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  • הדוקטורנטית מריה קויפמן כריסטוסוב, פרופ' בעז פוקרוי מהפקולטה למדע והנדסה של חומרים בטכניון

    The Golden Ratio

    For the first time, Technion scientists have created a porous, single crystal of gold. The study was conducted in collaboration with the particle accelerator in Grenoble, France. For the first time ever, Technion researchers managed to grow a porous si...

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    Self-healing Sensors for Electronic Skin

    Self-healing sensor brings ‘electronic skin’ closer to reality Scientists at the Technion have used a new kind of synthetic polymer to develop a self-healing, flexible sensor that mimics the self-healing properties of human skin. Future applications co...

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  • Prof. Schlossberg

    The Urban Laboratory

    “It is the moral duty of academia to harness its resources for the benefit of the community and the city.” So said Prof. Marc Schlossberg of the University of Oregon, who is currently a visiting professor at the Technion, at a lecture on sustainable ur...

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    Falling Walls Success

    She Toppled the Wall Shani Elitzur of the Technion, who recently received a research grant from the Ministry of Science, won third place in the international Falling Walls Lab competition   Shani Elitzur, a doctoral student at the Technion Faculty of A...

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  • Prof. Uzi Halevy

    Not Treading Water

    This article, dedicated to the memory of the late Uzi Halevy, Honorary Fellow of the Technion, was published in the last issue of the Technion Magazine. Chemical engineer Rafi Semiat and chemist Moris Eisen, both professors at the Technion, have develo...

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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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    Archives

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

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