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Technion and UNC researchers develop algorithm for automated surgery

The Technion's Dr. Oren Salzman and Prof. Ron Alterovitz and Mengyu Fu of UNC developed an algorithm to safely steer surgical needles along computer-mapped trajectories.

Israeli universities revving up for student race car competition

The inaugural Israeli Formula SAE Race, slated for October 20-21, will feature The Technion - Israel Institute of Technology, Tel Aviv University, and Ben-Gurion University of the Negev.

German Chancellor Angela Merkel holds a joint news conference with Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte (

Angela Merkel to visit Israel on Sunday

Angela Merkel will visit Yad Vashem and be awarded an honorary degree from the Technion.

Israeli and German researchers collaborate to present vertical lasers

The research group utilized the concepts of topological photonics with VCSELs that emit light vertically, resulting in a strong and clear laser.

Technion rated top in artificial intelligence in Europe

Israel's leading tech institution, the Technion, has been rated the number one institute in leading European machine-learning research in a rating by CSRankings.

 Engineered blood vessels in Technion study.

The future of personalized medicine: Technion team built blood tree from scratch

Currently, transplanted grafts need to be implanted into a healthy part of the body so that the patient can generate new blood vessels to support it.

Technion food research center gets an upgrade

The Technion will partner with the Carasso family to renovate the FoodTech building and make it more advanced.

Technion researchers discover efficient method for producing hydrogen fuel

Technion researchers found an efficient, inexpensive method to produce renewable hydrogen fuel from water.

Israeli scientists discover how to reverse cell aging

A team of scientists has found why elderly people are more susceptible to COVID-19 and are working to reverse the aging process of the body’s immune system

Israeli scientists develop 'e-skin' that knows what movements you make

Researchers at the Technion have developed a highly stretchable electronic material and a wearable sensor capable of identifying precise bending and twisting motions.

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