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Technion Kicks off New Academic Year
Technion Kicks off New Academic Year

Technion Kicks off New Academic Year

A new academic year brings new discoveries & achievements: a rising star, new center of excellence, student win, Healthy Aging Center and more.


Congratulations to Prof. Eilam Yalon, one of 15 researchers worldwide to win the annual Intel Rising Star Faculty Award (RSA), given to early-career academic researchers who lead groundbreaking technology research demonstrating the potential to disrupt the tech industry. Prof. Yalon works on power and heat dissipation in nano-scale electronic devices. Using the unique properties of nano-materials, he aims to improve devices' performance and reduce energy usage.


Technion scientists have presented, for the first time, the possibility of controlling the magnetic properties of materials by incorporating organic that are not themselves. The study paves the way for using small, non-toxic molecules to change the magnetic properties of a wide variety of materials used in many fields, including and :

טכניון - הפקולטה למדע והנדסה של חומרים


🇨🇦 🇮🇱 We were delighted to host the presidents of Canada’s research universities, also known as U15, who explored several fields of science, technology and entrepreneurship on campus.

“The Technion is undergoing a significant change from a field-oriented approach to a challenge-oriented approach,” promoting “fruitful and useful interdisciplinary research,” Technion President Prof. Uri Sivan told the guests >>

McGill University, British Columbia, University of Waterloo, Calgary, Montreal, Simon Fraser, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, Western, York University, Ottawa, Carleton, Concordia, Laval, Dalhousie

Tel Aviv Has Shade Down to a Science
Tel Aviv Has Shade Down to a Science

Tel Aviv Has Shade Down to a Science

While other cities wait for their newly planted trees to grow, the Israeli city is updating an age-old cooling method for the 21st century.


חוקרות בפקולטה לרפואה ע"ש רפפורט גילו חלבונים המסוגלים למנוע תהליכים הגורמים למחלות נוירודגנרטיביות ובהן אלצהיימר, ALS, הנטינגטון ופרקינסון . את המחקר שהתפרסם ב-Nature Communications הובילו פרופ' רעות שלגי והדוקטורנטיות כנרת רוזלס ואמל יוניס.
מחלות נוירודגנרטיביות נובעות מתמותת נוירונים, תאי עצב. תהליך זה מתרחש בדרך כלל כתוצאה מאגרגציה - הידבקות של חלבונים זה לזה באופן היוצר משקע רעיל הממית את התא. החוקרות הראו כי התערבות נכונה מאפשרת לצמצם את אותה אגרגציה בשיעור דרמטי (עד 80%). להערכתן, הממצאים עשויים לסלול דרך לטיפולים יעילים בסגנון ״רפואה מותאמת אישית״ למחלות נוירודגנרטיביות הנחשבות כיום למחלות חשוכות מרפא.

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הפקולטה לרפואה ע"ש רות וברוך רפפורט בטכניון
נשים בטכניון Women of the Technion
UN Women



We always have humanity’s best interest at heart here at the Technion.

As we approach the end of 2021, join us for a look back at some of this year's most exciting scientific achievements poised to revolutionize the way we live our daily lives.

Today, we return to July when a team of researchers unveiled AI-powered technology to improve the accuracy of cardiac diagnostics.

Check out the full story:

הפקולטה למדעי המחשב על שם טאוב בטכניון The Taub CS Faculty Technion
הפקולטה להנדסה ביו-רפואית בטכניון
משרד החדשנות, המדע והטכנולוגיה

Spotlight on Tissue Engineering
Spotlight on Tissue Engineering

Spotlight on Tissue Engineering

Prof. Shulamit Levenberg of the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the Technion is one of a handful of world-class scientists chosen to be featured in a ne...

our top post of 2021...hard hitting public service media at its best!

our top post of 2021...hard hitting public service media at its best!

Happy Bday David Bowie!


Neta Schrieber describes her remarkable new app "Safe Up" which heps women feel safer when out and about, in


Neta Schrieber of "Safe Up" decribes her remarkable New App that helps women feel safer when out and about, in 90 seconds

Empowering Women in Tech
Empowering Women in Tech

Empowering Women in Tech

1,000 outstanding female high-school students tuned into our seventh annual "Tech Women" webinar as part of the Technion's ongoing mission to encourage the next generation of female innovators


HUGE NEWS: This year, Israel’s main submission to the 2022 is the film Let It Be Morning — based on the novel by Palestinian Israeli author Sayed Kashua. At NIF, we have always understood that cultural change is an integral part of social and political change. Let It Be Morning is a 2021 Israeli drama film directed by Eran Kolirin. The story follows a Palestinian citizen of Israel Sami who attends his brother's wedding, then finds himself unable to return home to Jerusalem when a road is blocked by Israeli soldiers. The film unflinchingly delves into the profound and often absurd experience of Palestinian citizens of Israel, who are granted certain rights by the state they live in, while simultaneously treated as threatening outsiders.

We can't overemphasize enough the significance of this film being the official submission to the . It’s so rare that the narratives of Palestinian citizens of Israel are given such a high-profile platform in Israel or Palestine, let alone internationally. The film is almost entirely in Arabic — just a few short years after Israel passed the Nation-State Law which demoted Arabic from being an official language. The cast and crew are almost exclusively Palestinian, mostly citizens of Israel. In a context of growing anti-Arab racism in the state of Israel, we at NIF are very aware of the stakes and importance of uplifting art that challenges dominant and harmful narratives. Our grantees are involved in the slow and patient work of creating social, political, and cultural change towards equality, justice and shared society in Israel. This film is a beautiful and delicate depiction of a truly human story. We’re beyond excited for the director, cast, and crew of Let It Be Morning and wish you all the best of luck in your nomination to the ! We hope The Academy duly considers this incredible piece of art and culture.


🕎Illuminating Scientific Discoveries for Hanukkah🕎

Discovery No. 7:

In July 2020, Technion scientists crossed a major barrier in the field of renewable energy.

A team of researchers managed to boost the efficiency of BIO-photoelectrochemical cells (a.k.a BIOcells). These biosolar devices have the capacity to convert sunlight into electrical energy. The process is modeled after - nature's highly efficient way of converting sunlight into chemical energy. The team successfully increased the amount of light BIOcells can absorb >>

תכנית האנרגיה ע"ש גרנד Grand Technion Energy Program


פריצת דרך של חוקרי הטכניון
טכנולוגיה חדשנית זולה ומהירה ליצירת עדשות אופטיות שפותחה בפקולטה להנדסת מכונות צפויה לחולל מהפכה בייצור רכיבים אופטיים מורכבים על פי דרישה. טכנולוגיה זו רלוונטית למגוון רחב של יישומים ובהם משקפיים ועדשות מגע, מיקוד קרינת שמש, מיקרוסקופייה וטלסקופייה. את המחקר הובילו פרופ' מורן ברקוביץ', ד"ר ולרי פרומקין, מהנדס המעבדה עומר לוריה והדוקטורנט מור אלגריסי.

הטכנולוגיה החדשנית מאפשרת יצירה של עדשות בעלות גאומטריה מורכבת בחלל או בתוך תווך נוזלי. עדשות אלה מאופיינות באיכות פני שטח הדומה לזו של עדשות המעובדות בטכנולוגיות הליטוש הטובות ביותר הקיימות כיום. לדברי פרופ' ברקוביץ', "השיטה שלנו מאפשרת לייצר רכיבים בטווח עצום של גדלים וצורות מכל נוזל שאפשר להקשיחו, ויש כאן גם ערך סביבתי – זה תהליך שאינו מייצר פסולת."

הפקולטה להנדסת מכונות, טכניון Faculty of Mechanical Engineering,Technion

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🕎Illuminating Scientific Discoveries for Hanukkah🕎

Discovery No. 4:

Let the sunshine in !

Back in April, Technion Professor Avner Rothschild and a team of researchers shed new light on our understanding of semiconductors and the way we harvest solar .
The team used photoelectrochemical cells to convert into hydrogen fuel by splitting water molecules into hydrogen and oxygen.
The stored hydrogen can be used later to produce electricity. It can also be put to other uses such as heating, fueling electric vehicles, as well as industrial in , petrochemical refining and ammonia .


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