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The Forward
Hebrew U. Hits No. 17 in Ranking of Top Universities in AsiaEastern country. Seven universities in Turkey made the top 100 list. Tel Aviv
Hebrew U. Hits No. 17 in Ranking of Top Universities in Asia
The Forward / Posted 5 days ago
Eastern country. Seven universities in Turkey made the top 100 list. Tel Aviv University ranked #20, and the Technion Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa ranked #36. Bar-Ilan University in Ramat Gan ranked #67, Ben-Gurion University of the... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Meet Mohammed Zeidan, Israel’s Smartest Studenttold the Al-Monitor reporter. According to the article, Zeidan is headed to st
Meet Mohammed Zeidan, Israel’s Smartest Student
The Jewish Press / Posted 7 days ago
told the Al-Monitor reporter. According to the article, Zeidan is headed to study electrical engineering at the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology in Haifa. His sister is a medical student there. Asked what he can contribute to Israeli... Read more
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International Business Times
Blockchains, banks and zero-knowledge proofs data without revealing the data itself. More about crypography from IBTimes UK
Blockchains, banks and zero-knowledge proofs
International Business Times / Posted 10 days ago
data without revealing the data itself. More about crypography from IBTimes UK Professor Eli Ben-Sasson of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology is an expert on zero-knowledge (ZK) proofs and part of the Zerocash project and the startup... Read more
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PhysOrg
Natural quasicrystals may be the result of collisions between objects in the asteroid belt(BS '74) theorized a set of conditions under which other types of symmetry coul
Natural quasicrystals may be the result of collisions between objects in the asteroid belt
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
(BS '74) theorized a set of conditions under which other types of symmetry could potentially exist and Dan Shechtman of the Israel Institute of Technology published a paper announcing the creation of a crystal-like structure with a five-fold... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Mazor Robotics inks deal with MedtronicPrentice: Mazor advances robotic spine surgery Mazor Robotics got its start in
Mazor Robotics inks deal with Medtronic
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 21 days ago
Prentice: Mazor advances robotic spine surgery Mazor Robotics got its start in 2001 at the incubator offices of Technion, Israel Institute of Technology, in Israel. Its two founders wanted to bring innovative platforms to surgery. Fast forward to... Read more
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International Business Times
Now you can steal RSA encryption keys through a PC's noises and an old AM radio keys simply by monitoring the acoustic, electric and electromagnetic signals ge
Now you can steal RSA encryption keys through a PC's noises and an old AM radio
International Business Times / Posted 24 days ago
keys simply by monitoring the acoustic, electric and electromagnetic signals generated by a PC. Researchers from the Israel Institute of Technology have found a way to steal encryption keys by monitoring the routine vibrations caused by the... Read more
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Hospitality Net
UJA-Federation of New York to honor Arthur Adler of JLL-Hotels & Hospitality Groupfor Hilton Hotels. In addition to UJA-Federation, Art and his wife Karen active
UJA-Federation of New York to honor Arthur Adler of JLL-Hotels & Hospitality Group
Hospitality Net / Posted 25 days ago
for Hilton Hotels. In addition to UJA-Federation, Art and his wife Karen actively support Cornell University, the Technion-Israel Institute of Technology, and various service dog training centers. Previous honorees of the Hospitality Division... Read more
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Boston Globe
Anti-aging supplement from prominent local scientistsat Columbia University and a 2000 Nobel Laureate; Aaron Ciechanover, distinguis
Anti-aging supplement from prominent local scientists
Boston Globe / Posted 26 days ago
at Columbia University and a 2000 Nobel Laureate; Aaron Ciechanover, distinguished research professor at Technion-Israel Institute of Technology and a 2004 Nobel recipient; and Jack Szostak, a professor of genetics at Harvard Medical... Read more

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