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Technion’s greatest acheivments

10. SATELLITE CAPABILITIES The Technion is one of only a handful of universities worldwide with a student program to design, build, and launch their own satellites. The Gurwin TechSat II microsatellite was successfully in orbit July 1998 – April 2010. A close technological and research…

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Machine Learning

Machine learning paves the way for broad-spectrum antivirals

When you have strep throat, you’re prescribed an antibiotic, but with a virus, there’s not much you can do. Now, Technion and Ben Gurion University scientists use machine-learning to create broad-spectrum antiviral drugs. Unlike antibiotics, antiviral drugs are typically designed to target one virus. This…

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Astroed

Shooting for the stars!

Two new asteroids discovered by Technion student Aseel Nama will be named after her. Nama’s discovery was part of NASA’s asteroid-hunting campaign. “I really wanted to take part in this campaign, which is a kind of competition, but NASA insisted that I recruit a team…

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Space

Second Israeli in Space will Take Three Technion Experiments to the ISS

The experiments were carefully selected by a scientific-technological committee appointed by the Ramon Foundation and the Israeli Ministry of Science and Technology; EytanStibbe is set to fly to the International Space Station in early 2022 Three Technion projects will be tested onboard the International Space…

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Architecture Student Hits the Right Notes with 3D Printing

Industrial design, metallurgy and music — yes, music — all came together in this unique student project. Anastasia Kolomiets, a master’s student in the Technion Faculty of Architecture, designed and manufactured the first-ever titanium flute made with 3D-printing. This elegant recorder was honored with a…

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Alumni Startup Joins Israeli Emergency Medical Services For Covid Testing

Nanosynex, an innovative medtech startup that traces its beginnings to Technion Professor Shulamit Levenberg’s lab, is now on the frontlines in Israel tackling the COVID-19 pandemic. The three year old-company, co-founded by alumnae Michelle Heymann MBA ’16 and Diane Abensur Bessin MBA ’16, is partnering with Israeli emergency…

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Why Technion?

SUPPORTING ISRAEL

Particularly its next generation of leaders and entrepreneurs. 70% of CEOs and VPs of high-tech industries in Israel are Technion graduates, responsible for some of the world’s most significant breakthroughs.

A world leading university

Reflecting on its commitment to excellence and making an impact, Technion is the highest ranking university in Israel and among the worlds leading in science, engineering and technology.  

Saying yes to coexistence

In a country where ethnical and religious backgrounds are often so controversial ~20% of Technion’s students are of minority religious background . This is also an important argument against the BDS movement.

women leadership

Half of the Technion students and staff are female.

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Technion is among the world’s leading universities dedicated to science, engineering and technology. Based in Israel (Haifa) with campuses in China (Guangdong) and New York (a partnership with Cornell Uni), it is home to three Nobel Prize laureates (and one alumnus laureate) as well as many of Israel’s and humanity’s greatest inventions.

Technion is committed to supporting its scientist and researchers – ensuring the future leaders and entrepreneurs of Israel can continue to flourish.