Technion Innovation in Sports
Canadian Technion Society's Toronto Generation NEXT invites you to "Technion Innovation in Sports" read more
Technion's Contribution to Israeli Economy Lauded
Technion's Contribution to Israeli Economy Lauded - Technion professor emeritus Shlomo Maital was in Toronto last week. read more
Technion Engineer and Co-founder of Israel's National Hockey Team: We Need Engineers with a Social Conscience
Technion Prof. Mark Talesnick shares his belief that we must train graduate engineers to be leaders in society. read more
Technion, Cornell to Form New School
Technion, Cornell to Form New School, story published in the CJN January 12, 2012. read more
The Canadian Technion Society's "Spotlight on Success"
The Canadian Technion Society is proud to present its monthly "Spotlight on Success" read more
Quebec can benefit from Israeli tech know-how: Charest
The 2011 Montreal Gala, honouring Stephan Ouaknine with special guest Quebec Premier Jean Charest was held Thursday November 17, 2011. read more
CTS Engages Next Generation
The Canadian Technion Society is focusing on Generation NEXT read more
Notice of the 2011 Annual General Meeting
The Canadian Technion Society's 2011 Annual Genral meeting will be held Sun. Nov. 13, 2011 at 10:00 am at the Park Hyatt Hotel 4 Avenue Rd. Toronto read more
Technion Prof. Dan Shechtman Awarded 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry
Technion Professor Dan Shechtman is the Sole Recipient of the 2011 Nobel Prize in Chemistry read more
Canadian Student at Technion's 2011 SciTech Program
Student Enthralled by Israeli Science Camp - article in the Canadian Jewish News read more
Canadian Technion Society is Heading to Cottage Country
Canadian Technion Society is heading to Cottage Country and is proud to present Dr. Victor Chernov read more
"Get Connected to Israel and Technion"
Heenan Blaikie and Canadian Technion Society are happy to invite you to "Get Connected to Israel and Technion" at 12:00 pm on Monday May 16, 2011. read more
It Doesn't Take a Rocket Scientist...Well Actually It Does!
Following his successful tour of Western Canada, Dr. Victor Chernov will speak in Atlantic Canada, Windsor and London Ontario. read more
Technion President Professor Peretz Lavie Visits Toronto
Technion President, Prof.Peretz Lavie was recently in Toronto where he spoke to the Economic Club of Canada and attended a Generation NEXT event. read more
Technion President Peretz Lavie to Speak to the Economic Club of Canada
The Economic Club of Canada presents Technion President Peretz Lavie. read more
Seymour Schulich Speaks to CTS' Generation Next and JUMP
The Canadian Technion Society's Generation NEXT and JUMP (Jewish Urban Meeting Place) present an evening with Seymour Schulich C.M. read more
Dr. Victor Chernov to speak to the Jewish Community of Barrie
Technion graduate, Dr. Victor Chernov will speak to the Jewish Community of Barrie on Sunday, February 20, 2011 read more
Heenan Blaikie hosts Technion Professor Emeritus Shlomo Maital
Heenan Blaikie hosts Technion Professor Emeritus Shlomo Maital on Monday January 24, 2011 read more
Engineering with Soul
Professor Mark Talesnick speaks on "The Achievements of Israeli Engineers Without Borders" read more
Canadian Technion Society Goes West
Raising Technion's profile from coast to coast. Five city visit by Hershel Recht, CTS National Development Director and Dr. Victor Chernov. read more
Medical Students Take Part in Exchange Program
Daniel Pincus and Rana Halloumee were the first two medical students to participate in a research exchange between U of T and Technion. read more
Israeli Nanotech Experts Exploring Canadian Collaborations
Three Israeli nanotechnology experts recently visited Ottawa and Toronto on a mission to make contact with their Canadian counterparts. read more
Montreal Region's 1st Tech Hold'Em Tournament
A fund-raising evening that is all about FUN-RAISING! read more
Launching Generation Next
Don't get left in the past.............. read more
Technion - Back to the Future
What would Albert Einstein think if he visited Technion today? read more
A Nano-Delivery System that Leads Anticancer Drugs Directly to Cancerous Cells.
Technion researchers have developed a Nano-Delivery System that leads anticancer drugs directly to cancerous cells and is released only in the cell. read more
International School of Engineering Opens At Technion
The Technion's Faculty of Civil and Environmental Engineering has launched an International Program in Infrastructure and Environmental Engineering. read more
American Chemical Society Prize To Be Awarded To Technion President Prof. Yitzhak Apeloig
The Frederic Stanley Kipping Award of the American Chemical Society is to be awarded to Technion President Prof. Yitzhak Apeloig. read more
A Tiny Robot Invented to Crawl Through Your Veins
“In the future, we hope the robot will be able to travel through a blood vessel, the digestive tract or the lungs, delivering targeted medicines to specific locations, clearing blockages, performing biopsies, or placed inside a shunt to drain body fluids from clogged areas,” Professor Moshe Shoham of the Technion Faculty of Mechanical Engineering, explains. read more
A Drug to Treat Heart Disease is Developed at CardiAmit, the first company established by the Alfred Mann Institute at Technion
The Alfred Mann Institute for Biomedical Development at the Technion (AMIT) has established its first company – CardiAmit, which is developing a new drug to protect the heart muscle. The drug is based on a new cardioprotective molecule that has the ability to protect heart cells against damage and death resulting from ischemia – for example, damage caused by heart attacks. The potential world market for this drug is estimated to be billions of dollars annually. read more
Technion Protecting Water from Biological and Chemical Terrorism
NATO finances Technion interdisciplinary water research that identifies and neutralizes contaminants. read more
Prestigious Frontiers of Knowledge Prize Awarded To Prof. Jacob Ziv of the Technion
The Frontiers of Knowledge Award of the Spanish BBVA Foundation, totaling 400,000 Euros, is being awarded today in Madrid to Jacob Ziv, Distinguished Research Professor Emeritus of the Technion’s Faculty of Electrical Engineering, for “his groundbreaking innovations in data compression and information theory.” The BBVA Awards recognize and encourage creative research in the basic sciences, biomedicine, ecology, information technology and economics, as well as artistic achievements in the arts and in the area of climate change. The awards are given for projects or research. The total for all the awards is 3.2 million Euros and they are given out annually in eight categories – 400,000 Euros per category. read more
Ofakim Program for Training Engineers from the Periphery Opens at Technion
100 young men and women - demolized soldiers from the periphery, from the Jewish and Druze sectors, lacking acceptance criteria for universities - begin studying in a special preparatory program. read more
Why Does a Pitcher's Curveball Curve?
Researchers at the Technion have been the first to observe the Magnus effect in light, potentially opening a new avenue for controlling light in nanometre- scale optical devices. read more
Technion Ranked 29th in the World in Engineering and 31st in Natural Science in 2008
Technion rose 122 places in overall ranking to 109th place in the prestigious world ranking of Universities by the London Times Higher Education Supplement. read more
MAKING WATER FROM THIN AIR
An architect pursuing a Ph.D. at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and his colleague have devised a low-tech way to collect dew from the air and turn it into fresh water. Their invention recently won an international competition seeking to make clean, safe water available to millions around the world.
The brainchild of Technion Architecture and Building Planning grad student Joseph Cory and his colleague Eyal Malka, "WatAir," is an inverted pyramid array of panels that collects dew from the air and turns it into fresh water in almost any climate. read more
Chag Sameach! Your Seder plate will never look the same again!
As we prepare to gather with family and friends to share the Passover story, we need look no further than the Seder table to see how far we have come since the time of Moses.
As is our tradition to retell the story of Jews being freed from slavery, Professor Moussa Youdim's research on the "Multifunctional Activities of Green Tea Catechins in Neuroprotection" will help us ensure that we always remember the story. read more
A $1 MILLION GIFT FOR TECHNION FROM THE AZRIELI FOUNDATION
The Azrieli Foundation announced that it is making a $1 million gift to the Faculty of Architecture at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, in honour of the 85th birthday of the world-renowned architect, developer and philanthropist, David J. Azrieli, Canadian Technion Society Honourary Life National President.
"As a professional David Azrieli has been the driving force behind the development of innovative projects in Tel Aviv, Be'er Sheva and Jerusalem as well as across North America," explained Arnold M. Ludwick, President of the Canadian Technion Society." read more
Seymour Schulich donates landmark gift of US $20 million to the Technion - Israel Institute of Technology
The President of the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, Prof. Yitzhak Apeloig, and the National President of the Canadian Technion Society, Mr. Arnold Ludwick, today announced a landmark US $20 million gift from Seymour Schulich to the Technion to train future scientists and scholars in the field of chemistry.
Seymour Schulich's gift will enable the Schulich Faculty of Chemistry to substantially upgrade its current research infrastructure as well as support annual undergraduate scholarships, graduate, post-graduate, and post-doctoral fellowships; and visits by internationally renowned scholars in chemistry. read more