An electric car takes about 8 hours to charge from empty to full. Who has that much time? Scientists from Israel and Europe, including Technion researchers, could bring electric cars’ charging times down to be comparable with fueling a car at a petrol station!
The first cohort of 149 students has graduated from the Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology. Congratulations!
Technion researchers have developed conductive biopolymers using proteins, based on recycled by-products of the food industry
Sticker Patch to Diagnose Tuberculosis
Technion scientists develop a tuberculosis-diagnosing sticker patch. Delayed diagnosis is a significant challenge to treating the deadly disease, which is still prevalent in developing countries.
Alliance for a Sustainable Future
Technion and Doral-Tech have joined forces to promote research, development, and commercialization to meet the global challenges in energy, climate, and the environment.
Advanced Optics for Science and Industry
Technion scientists have dramatically improved and simplified the production of precise optical components by immersing them in liquid.
Covid-19 Response From Technion Israel
Researchers across Technion City are meeting the challenge of COVID-19. The research includes early detection and diagnosis, vaccines and therapies, and protective solutions for care workers.
Technion students taking a one-of-a-kind course called “A Matter of Perspective” – a collaboration of the Henry and Marilyn Taub Faculty of Computer Science and the Faculty of Architecture and Town Planning – recently showcased their final ...
H2OLL, an innovative Atmospheric Water Generator (AWG) technology developed at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology, has won the prestigious Water Europe Innovation Award for SMEs. The award was announced in June at the Water Innovation Europe...
Technion researchers are harnessing the power of artificial intelligence (AI) to tackle the world’s most-pressing challenges. Their extensive work in the field has positioned the Technion among the world’s leaders in AI research and development.
There is a saying that all the world’s knowledge is available at our fingertips – just a quick Google search away. But what happens when users search for information in their own language? For example, when searching for a scientific term, do sea...