What are the big scientific discoveries that will emerge from the Technion in the next 100 years?
Join award-winning science correspondent and journalist Ira Flatow and three leading voices from the Technion – former Technion President Peretz Lavie, Professor Hagit Attiya, and Associate Professor Ido Roll – as they reveal the ingredients that make the Technion so exceptional. They will also predict what new discoveries might come out of the Technion – and how they will help shape Israel and the world – in the next century.
From the day it opened its doors to students in 1924, the Technion has played a unique role in the lives of people in Israel and across the globe. From building roads to building an air force, from shaping a successful start-up nation to shaping a science-literate society, the University has been with Israel every step of the way. It has also launched generations of extraordinary engineers and distinguished scientists whose ingenuity has gifted the world with a stunning array of innovations and advances in disciplines ranging from aerospace engineering to medicine, sustainability to security, and chemistry to materials science, and beyond.