Groundbreaking AI Research

Technion Researchers Harness the Power of Artificial Intelligence to Tackle the World’s Most Pressing Challenges 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…

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AI Predicts Heart Conditions

Machine learning in cardiology: Technion scientists use artificial intelligence for atrial fibrillation risk prediction What if a computer told you that you were going to develop a heart condition in five years? You would have time to change your lifestyle, and perhaps mitigate or avoid…

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Tiny Lasers Acting Together as One

International research team uses topological platform to demonstrate coherent array of vertical lasers. Israeli and German researchers have developed a way to force an array of vertical cavity lasers to act together as a single laser – a highly effective laser network the size of…

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3D-Printing Blood Vessel Networks

For the first time, Technion scientists succeeded in forming a network of big and small blood vessels, necessary for supplying blood to implanted tissue Researchers led by Technion Professor Shulamit Levenberg, who specializes in tissue engineering, have succeeded in creating a hierarchical blood vessel network,…

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Technion’s most innovative student projects

From fighting COVID-19 to detecting heart disease, these are some of the Technion’s most innovative student projects in biomedical engineering From detecting cardiovascular disease, to fighting coronavirus, Faculty of Biomedical Engineering students recently presented an array of innovative projects that integrated everything they had learned.During…

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Study reveals why elderly at more risk from Covid-19

More boosters or combining different vaccine types may work better in elderly, based on Technion insights into the aging immune system. Dr. Reem Dowery, left, and Prof. Doron Melamed. The elderly population appears to be more vulnerable to Covid-19, and vaccines are less effective in…

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Technion among world’s top 100 universities

The Shanghai Ranking, which ranks the world’s leading academic institutions, places Technion 94th in the world The Technion is 94th on a list of the world’s top 100 universities, according to a report published yesterday by Shanghai Ranking, the world’s leading index for higher education….

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Groundbreaking Imagery

Researchers at the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology have developed an innovative rapid imaging technology and demonstrated its performance in reconstructing the movement of a minute animal. Published in Nature Communications, the development project was headed by Professor Amir Rosenthal, doctoral student Evgeny Hahamovich, and…

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Growing Lymph Vessels in a Lab

Technion scientists have succeeded in producing an engineered lymph vessel network, paving the way for novel lymphedema treatment Technion scientists have managed to grow an engineered human lymphatic vessel network. Published in PNAS, the study was led by postdoctoral fellow Dr. Shira Landau and conducted in…

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Social Impact at the Technion

When homework is an opportunity to help: Technion computer science students joined the Technion Social Hub to make their last-semester projects ones that assist communities and NGOs Come end of term, the Henry and Marilyn Taub Faculty of Computer Science at the Technion held its…

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Goodbye disposables

Technion Makes Dramatic Move: On October 1, 2021, Purchases of Disposables Will Be Discontinued In less than three months, on October 1, 2021, the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology will stop buying disposable utensils. The decision by Technion Executive Vice President & Director General…

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Water From Air

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 2021 Conference. Water Europe (WE) is a…

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Fast Charging of Lithium-Ion Batteries

Fast charging is considered to be a key requirement for widespread economic success of electric vehicles. Current lithium-ion batteries (LIBs) offer high energy density, but while they enable sufficient driving range, they take considerably longer to recharge than traditional vehicles. Multiple properties of the applied…

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Support Autism and Alzheimer’s research

Did you know that… Your support will go to developing precision medicine, enabling more children with Autism to develop speech.ANDDeveloping treatments and applications targeting those parts of the brain circuitry which contribute to Alzheimer’s disease. DONATE BEFORE JULY 31 AND YOUR DONATION WILL BE MATCHED…

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A skin sticker that can diagnose tuberculosis

Technion scientists invent A-Patch to provide a cheap, quick, noninvasive method for diagnosing a disease affecting millions in the developing world. A-Patch skin adhesive system for sensing tuberculosis. Photo courtesy of Technion Spokesperson’s Office Researchers at Israel’s Technion have developed a revolutionary method of diagnosing…

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Israeli scientists say humans regrowing body parts might be possible

Technion University researchers are tackling one of the most pressing medical issues: loss of tissue. Prof. Shulamit Levenberg and her team in the Biomedical Engineering Department have pioneered research that could make it easier for humans to cultivate tissue, Technion UK stated in a press release on…

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All Eyes Are on Stem Cells

Collaboration between two laboratories at the Technion has yielded a pair of groundbreaking articles that shed light on mechanisms of corneal renewal and morbidity. Can stem cells be identified and monitored in mature tissue? How do our organs cope with both the need for frequent…

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