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Technion-Israel Institute of Technology
Latest scientific field, Quantum Metamaterials, discovered in Israel
Researchers demonstrated for the first time that it is plausible to apply the field of quantum information and computing to metamaterials, allowing for multiple practical uses such as the development of unbreakable encryptions, in addition to fresh ways for quantum information systems stored on a chip.
Hebrew University adds a new required student course: entrepreneurship
Students who want to take their initiatives to the next level will be guided towards accelerator programs and may be eligible to receive funding from the university for their ideas.
Two Israeli universities listed among global Top 100
The Technion, in the 93rd spot last year, shot up to the 77th spot among universities across the globe. Hebrew University, which did not make the list last year, reached the 95th slot.
Technion analysts: Cats could help in development of anti-HIV drugs for humans
The phenomenon of FIV-protein drug resistance, which inhibits the same protein in HIV-1, puzzled scientists until now.
Oh, baby! Israeli startup goes ga-ga over baby monitors, measuring everything from sleep quality to humidity levels
Nanit, an Israeli startup, has developed a “smart” baby monitor with far-reaching practical and medical applications
Leading Israeli hospital partners with Stanford for medical-tech symposium
Rambam and Stanford will hold a joint symposium to explore best practices and cutting-edge developments in clinical medicine, research and medical technology.
Technion’s new China campus fuses Israeli innovation and Chinese resources
Last week’s inauguration of the Guangdong Technion Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT)—the first Israeli university campus in China—represents a fusion of the Jewish state’s innovation with the Asian giant’s abundant resources and comes amid developing ties between the two nations.