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We believe in the power of Technion ideas and innovations — please make more of them possible. Make a gift to the Technion today and support the revolutionary, inspiring research and education that benefits the State of Israel and the world.

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Our goal is that No One abandons their studies. This is an emergency assistance scholarship which will help students who are struggling with the challenges and ensuing financial hardships of the COVID -19 era.

Technion Integrated Cancer Centre is dedicated to innovating novel diagnostic tools and treatments for this disease by fostering interactions among researchers in all areas of science, engineering and medicine, who are translating basic discoveries into practical applications.

The TICC’s overall goals are to enable a paradigm shift in cancer diagnosis and therapy; to build and maintain a bridge between biomedical engineering and cancer therapy; to enable “bedside to bench to bedside” interactions with clinicians; and to establish a solid foundation for personalised medicine in oncology.

Help Technion people and products change the face of medicine, computing, communication , and countless other fields.

The Archimedes Program provides academic chemistry education at the Technion to gifted high school pupils. Participants enter this three-year program during 10th grade at age 14-15 and complete it in parallel with their high school studies. These courses enrich the pupils with not only knowledge but also academic credit points, which they can use later if they decide to continue their studies at the Technion, or at any other university in Israel.

Technion Women in Science Fund is dedicated to promoting career options for women in Israel’s high-tech industries and STEM academia. The fund supports women’s opportunities up through the highest levels of academic training; it offers female students increased financial assistance and alleviate some of the structural impediments to women’s participation in advanced academic studies.

When Technion’s Faculty of Aerospace Engineering was launched in 1954, Israel did not own a single modern airplane. Today, our program — still the only aerospace faculty in Israel — has helped to grow the industry into a significant part of Israel’s high-tech economy and helped to establish the country as a global leader in defence and space exploration.

In order to provide the best students with the opportunity to realize their full potential, the Technion established its Excellence Programme for Gifted Students. This multidisciplinary programme is designed to identify, support, challenge, and guide exceptionally talented students to become pillars of science and technology in academia and industry, regardless of their socioeconomic background.

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Do you wish to talk to us about leaving your legacy, in full confidence?
Please, call Alan Aziz, CEO of Technion UK at +44 (0) 2074 956 824