Text 3 Unlocking the Brain’s Secrets Using Sound
The Shrine of the Book, home of the Dead Sea Scrolls and part of The Israel Museum, Jerusalem, which opened to the public in April 1965, celebrates 50 years with renewed exhibition space and special displays. And Then There Was Nano features the smallest Bible in the world from the Technion. April 21, […]
The innovative method, developed at the Technion, identifies persons at risk for developing stomach cancer and for detecting tumors at an earlier stage. The prestigious journal Gut, which published the research, notes that the detection method is quick, simple, inexpensive and non-invasive.
On Nov. 5, Technion welcomed new Russian students from FSU countries to the start of the Freshman Year Program in Russian, now in its second year. Graduates of the first class have integrated into regular study programs this year.
How cool is this? Billy, the blue beetle is a proof-of-concept 3D printed hexapod robot.
TIS is opening two new advanced summer school courses in chemistry and civil engineering. The courses are open to outstanding senior undergraduate and postgraduate students from all over the world, interested in enhancing their academic profile.
Physical Review X published work by Technion Professors Eitan Kimmel and Shy Shoham, and Ph.D. student Misha Plaksin, showing a new model that may advance our ability to unlock the brain’s secrets noninvasively using sound, and perhaps create new treatments for illnesses.