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"The observations will be made possible through the control we have developed over the wave nature of free electrons," explains Prof. Kaminer
An advanced algorithm makes it possible to quickly retrieve information from the memory of systems such as phones and computers and correct errors
Researchers have developed a control algorithm that helps robots walk on smooth surfaces
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 reason for the accumulation of the defective proteins was unknown
On the spectrum of disorders caused by a defect in one gene
Prof. Ohad Nachumi, Head of the Department of Humanistic Studies and Arts at the Technion, investigates the connection between the old and new world of thought in Leibniz's thought.
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 topic of developing tools for early monitoring of suicidal tendencies
Producing heart cells from skin cells made it possible to discover defects that lead to heart failure
The field of DNA-based computing is considered one of the most promising directions in the world of information today, since a single gram of DNA may store enormous information within it, it will be possible to save a lot of energy and store a much larger volume of data
Researchers at the Technion have developed algorithms that detect errors in databases
The Board of Trustees of the Technion approved the extension of Prof. Sion's term for four more years
Researchers at the Technion and the Yulich Institute in Germany developed a titanium-air battery and demonstrated its effectiveness experimentally
Researchers from the Technion in collaboration with the University of Tokyo reveal a new role for the IZUMO1 protein in the fusion process between sperm and egg
Technion researchers have developed a technology to measure the long-term effect of "combination therapies"
The research was led by researchers from two faculties at the Technion and their colleague from the University of Tokyo
The Technion team for the iGEM synthetic biology competition that took place at the end of October in Paris: A technology to stop hair loss caused by chemotherapy * Students from Tel Aviv University won a gold medal for a new development that enables efficient and precise planning of messenger RNA molecules, so that they are expressed only in the target cells (for example in a tumor cancerous)
American grant to researchers from the Technion and Johns Hopkins University
In the Faculty of Biomedical Engineering at the Technion, an automatic system was developed to create a "nanometric package" for sending drugs to cancer centers in the body
Researchers have built a mathematical model for building thermophones, which may eliminate the noise caused by the engines of cars, airplanes, and more
A green city? This is not a paradox. An optimistic look at a differently designed future, through the final projects of the landscape architecture course at the Technion, which dealt with creative solutions for a more sustainable planning of the Israeli space
Researchers from the Technion and Tel Aviv University have developed an innovative method to engineer quantum entanglement in a crystal, using computational learning tools
A small molecule that inhibits the spread of cancer metastases - an original development by researchers at the Technion, the Netherlands and the UK
The new technology we developed provides accurate data on the nature of the mutation based on the RNA sequencing of the tumor only - that is, without the need for DNA sequencing of the tumor and any sequencing of the healthy tissue
A research group from the Faculty of Materials Science and Engineering at the Technion, which developed the first silicon-air batteries, reports success in developing rechargeable silicon batteries
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