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Israeli scientists discover how human brain processes movement

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology scientists found that computation occurs not just in the interaction among nerve cells but also within each individual neuron. 

The Computer Science Faculty building at Technion University in Haifa, Israel

Technion shares academic knowledge in Wikipedia entries

Technion students are beginning to write articles for Wikipedia to add to free knowledge in science, technology, and mathematics.

Technion alumni join consortium of companies making roads safer

The consortium, which will tackle traffic congestion, road accidents, infrastructure and air pollution across Israel, is being joined by Israeli startups – many of which come from the Technion.

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New technology from Technion removes toxins from drinking water

Exposure to synthetic organo-fluorine chemical compounds is known to cause long-term health issues including cancer, birth defects, and heart disease.

Israeli research institute makes great contributions to cancer research

Technologies including artificial intelligence-based diagnostic software may be changing how the disease is detected and treated in the future.

Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at Technion University.

Technion team's breakthrough research vacates single oxygen atoms

A study, which was published in the peer-reviewed scientific journal 'ACS Nano,' shares findings that are a potential breakthrough in the development of ferroelectric materials.

Technion researchers cure mice of diabetes in novel trial

New research investigates the use of an autograft of muscle cells engineered to take in sugar at increased rates in mice with type 2 diabetes. 

Technion to award German Chancellor Merkel honorary doctorate

The ceremony will take place in Jerusalem, as part of Merkel’s visit to Israel, with the award granted for her support of the Jewish state and fight against antisemitism.

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Technion study finds warmth of AI systems more important than capability

The study featured over 1,600 participants and was published in the Proceedings of the 2021 CHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems.

Technion faculty members win prestigious EU awards

Two professors from the Technion won a total of $3.7 million in grants awarded by the European Research Council.

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