Reporter: Aviva Lev-Ari, PhD, RN
Prof. Avram Hershko – Science as an Adventure –
Prof. Avram Hershko shared the 2004 Nobel Prize in Chemistry with Aaron Ciechanover and Irwin Rose for “for the discovery of ubiquitin-mediated protein degradation.” He is a research professor in the Department of Biochemistry at the Technion’s Rappaport Faculty of Medicine in Haifa.
Prof. Aaron Ciechanover – Intracellular Proteolysis as a Future Drug Development Platform –
Nobel Prize in Chemistry 2004
Prof. Dan Shechtman – was awarded to Dan Shechtman “for the discovery of quasicrystals”.
On Dec. 10, 2011 as Prof. Dan Shechtman received his Nobel prize in chemistry, hundreds of Technion students gathered in the Zielony Student Union to watch the ceremony live in the Heller Cinema. A standing ovation was given to Prof. Shechtman when he received the prize.
Daniel Shechtman is awarded the Nobel Prize for his discovery of quasicrystals. Discussed here by Professor Martyn Poliakoff and Sixty Symbols’ Professor Phil Moriarty.
Technion and Albert Einstein
Prof. Judea Pearl and Ruth Pearl Interview Technion Harvey Prize
Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute – Craig Gotsman Interview
Interview with Prof. Craig Gotsman, Technion Computer Science professor and Founding Director of TCII-Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute. This institute is a joint venture of the Technion and Cornell University, and will be a key component of the new Cornell NYC Tech campus, a unique high-tech graduate school to be established in New York City. The goal of the entire NYC Tech campus, and the TCII within it, as conceived by Mayor Bloomberg, is to turn NYC into the high-tech capital of the world. This will be achieved by developing TCII into a fertile breeding ground for high-tech engineers. Google, New York will be the interim home of the Technion-Cornell Innovation Institute (TCII) and the CornellNYC Tech Campus. Google will initially provide 22,000 square feet, expandable to 58,000 square feet – free of charge – until the completion of the Roosevelt Island campus in 2017.
Technion Cornell NYC Tech Campus Interior View
Israel — One Hundred Years of Science and Technology
Technion: The Start-Up Nation University
Saul Singer, co-author with Dan Senor of the best- selling book, “Start-Up Nation: The Story of Israel’s Economic Miracle” discusses the book and Technion’s critical contribution to Israel’s start-up scenehttp://www.startupnationbook.com/ . Featured in this film are Technion alumni, Shai Agassi founder and chief executive of Better Placehttp://www.betterplace.com/ and Uzia Galil, the founding father of Israeli high-tech http://www.uzia.com/management/ . Galil founded Elron Electronic Industries and Elbit computers.
ISRAEL START-UP NATION
Israel: A Leader in Business Innovation
Israel in pictures
Israel from the Air part 1
Israel from the Air part 2