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Prof. Asia Rolls from the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine and Professors Oded Beja and Benny Podbilevitz from the Faculty of Biology were elected as new members of EMBO, the European Organization for Molecular Biology. Their joining the organization will be celebrated at the EMBO event that will be held in Heidelberg and begin
The researchers of the Faculty of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Technion developed an algorithm for discovering new formulas and new relationships between mathematical constants
"In their training process, models also learn a lot of factual knowledge about the world. For example, models learn the identities of prime ministers, presidents and even actors who played popular characters in TV series. Such models stop
The researchers of the Rappaport Faculty of Medicine at the Technion show in their article in Nature how the immune system has developed a "developmental space" that allows it to quickly adapt to changes in the environment
The applicability of the new technology is demonstrated in the contexts of local cell transplantation, drug transport for controlled local release over time and 3D bioprinting. The mechanical properties of the scaffolds can be adjusted according to the target tissue and the rate
The intestine is a very dynamic organ that is constantly changing structurally, mechanically and chemically, and the intestinal bacteria are required to cope with this dynamism. One of the qualities that may help them in this is plasticity - the ability
Founder of the Faculty of Physics at the Technion, co-author of the historical article EPR with Albert Einstein and Boris Podolsky
Prof. Michael Glickman and Prof. Jackie Schiller from the Technion won ERC Advanced grants - prestigious grants on behalf of the European Union's Horizon Europe program given to veteran researchers with unprecedented achievements in research in a decade
Dr. Kathryn Vandorna from the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the Technion has developed a new method that allows the monitoring of the formation of immune blood cells in the bone marrow. For this purpose, she used tiny magnetic particles of iron oxide, which
The first study program of its kind from the Technion Continuing Studies is designed to train professional and skilled personnel for the industry dealing with computing and quantum technology, which is developing by leaps and bounds and is expected to change the tech worlds from end to end
The technology developed by Prof. Yuval Shaked's research group was registered as a patent and is now in the process of being commercialized
Technion researchers answer this question and pave new paths for applications in communication, imaging and quantum computing
The development is a spin laser from a single atomic layer - a development by Prof. Erez Hasman from the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Prof. Elad Koren from the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering.
The announcement of her election will take place at the Academy's annual conference to be held in June 2024 in North Carolina
Toxic proteins accumulate in the brains of Alzheimer's patients. In the familial Alzheimer's patients, the accumulation mechanism is clear since there is a circumstantial relationship between the mutations and the identity of the defective proteins. In the random disease, on the other hand, the cause of the accumulation of proteins
The primitive facial architecture of the gorilla as a key to understanding human facial expressions
Preeclampsia is a life-threatening multisystem disease and one of the main causes of maternal and fetal mortality. Its global prevalence is about 5% of pregnancies
In recent years, with the development of artificial intelligence (AI) and the proliferation of machine learning models, methods based on computational learning have been developed in suicide research. Because of this, it was decided in the Faculty of Data and Decision Sciences at the Technion to hold a Datathon on the subject
The new technology - DBlink - is based on the SMLM method and an artificial intelligence algorithm (neural networks) and makes it possible to reproduce fast dynamics of biological objects in super-resolution in living cells
Researchers from the Technion have challenged the limits of what is possible in the field of spin-optics at the atomic level. They developed a spin laser from a single atomic layer - a device that does not require magnetic fields or low temperatures
The simplicity of the production of solar cells made of perovskites allows them to be integrated over silicon solar cells, thus achieving a significant improvement in the utilization of solar energy and speeding up their application in the production of green energy
Researchers at the Technion have engineered a material that may replace silicon in the world of electronics in the future; Through the stretching of the material at the atomic level, they gain control over the material's conduction and insulation properties, thus progressing towards turning it into a switch
The Board of Trustees of the Technion approved the extension of Prof. Sion's term for four more years
The achievement may accelerate research in new quantum technologies and developments in security, biological sensing, wireless communication and more
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