The Technion is the engine that drives Israel’s start up nation.

In today’s fast paced world, it’s not enough to be bright, creative, and motivated. Technion students and faculty need broad, ongoing support to respond to the ever changing scientific and technological challenges of our time.

This is where the TECHNION FUND comes in. The Technion Fund is designed to direct donor support to eight key, high priority areas which will further research, fuel innovation, and offer the flexibility to place resources where they are most needed.

Your investment in the Technion Fund will ensure that Technion continues to thrive and innovate.

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Biomedical, Medical and Life Sciences Education

The future of medicine depends on joint teams of engineers and life scientists. As one of only a handful of technology institutes in the world with an affiliated medical school, the Technion brings together biology with the physical sciences and engineering to translate research more quickly into clinical solutions.

Technion scientists are developing new ways to treat cancer, inventing new diagnostic tools, and furthering research in regenerative medicine.

Engineering Innovations

Technion has a long history of translating engineering advancements into commercially viable products, thanks to a unique, multidisciplinary environment that enhances innovation.

The Technion and Intel recently inaugurated a joint center for artificial intelligence to promote applications in a wide range of fields including healthcare, autonomous vehicles, smart environments, home, and industrial robots and more.

Environmental Sustainability

The Technion vision of advancing the State of Israel and all humanity extends to protecting the global environment and ensuring sustainability.

Known for pioneering desalination technology and wastewater recycling used world-wide, Technion researchers and alumni have also become leaders in alternative fuels, air quality, recycling, and energy conservation.

Security and Defense

Since its inception before the State of Israel was born, the Technion has played a crucial role in building and strengthening Israel’s security through technology. The university trained most of Israel’s aerospace engineers – many of whom helped build the renowned Iron Dome - and is developing cutting edge defense technologies for use on the ground, in the air, and in cyber-space.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

If Israel is known as the start-up nation, then the Technion might well be dubbed the start-up university. Years of collaborations with industry, on campus development of start-ups, mentorship and experiential learning opportunities all combine to make the Technion a hub of entrepreneurship and innovation.

The US National Academy of Inventors has ranked the Technion in the top 50 universities around the world, based on the number of patents approved in the US. Technion alumni also recently comprised seven of twelve Israelis named “Leaders of Industry” by the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry.

Student Well-Being

The Technion recognizes that the challenges and rewards of university life are not just academic, and that students’ well-being requires access to support services as well as extra-curricular activities that enhance the university experience. The Technion is committed to creating a campus environment where students can thrive. The Beatrice Weston Unit for the Advancement of Students provides counselling, financial assistance and academic support to students, and broad array of social, sport and cultural activities build the campus community.

International Collaborations & Outreach

In today’s competitive global environment, international collaboration is crucial to stimulate intellectual exchange in highly dynamic fields of study. Technion is making it a priority to bring foreign and Israeli researchers and students together to share their ideas.

Technion’s reputation as a world-class institute of science and technology has also led to the creation of the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute (JCTI) in New York and the Guangdong – Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT) in China.

Tikkun Olam

Technion recognizes its profound obligations to people who need help, not just in Israel, but also around the globe. Fulfilling the Jewish imperative of “Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world), Technion researchers, students and alumni are developing technologies that will help people around the world to access clean water, healthy food, safe fuel and proper sanitation.

Technion’s Center for Global Engineering fields Israel’s only chapter of Engineers Without Borders, bringing engineering solutions to underserved populations.

Biomedical, Medical and Life Sciences Education

The future of medicine depends on joint teams of engineers and life scientists. As one of only a handful of technology institutes in the world with an affiliated medical school, the Technion brings together biology with the physical sciences and engineering to translate research more quickly into clinical solutions.

Technion scientists are developing new ways to treat cancer, inventing new diagnostic tools, and furthering research in regenerative medicine.

Engineering Innovations

Technion has a long history of translating engineering advancements into commercially viable products, thanks to a unique, multidisciplinary environment that enhances innovation.

The Technion and Intel recently inaugurated a joint center for artificial intelligence to promote applications in a wide range of fields including healthcare, autonomous vehicles, smart environments, home, and industrial robots and more.

Environmental Sustainability

The future of medicine depends on joint teams of engineers and life scientists. As one of only a handful of technology institutes in the world with an affiliated medical school, the Technion brings together biology with the physical sciences and engineering to translate research more quickly into clinical solutions.

Technion scientists are developing new ways to treat cancer, inventing new diagnostic tools, and furthering research in regenerative medicine.

Security and Defense

Since its inception before the State of Israel was born, the Technion has played a crucial role in building and strengthening Israel’s security through technology. The university trained most of Israel’s aerospace engineers – many of whom helped build the renowned Iron Dome - and is developing cutting edge defense technologies for use on the ground, in the air, and in cyber-space.

Entrepreneurship and Innovation

If Israel is known as the start-up nation, then the Technion might well be dubbed the start-up university. Years of collaborations with industry, on campus development of start-ups, mentorship and experiential learning opportunities all combine to make the Technion a hub of entrepreneurship and innovation.

The US National Academy of Inventors has ranked the Technion in the top 50 universities around the world, based on the number of patents approved in the US. Technion alumni also recently comprised seven of twelve Israelis named “Leaders of Industry” by the Israeli Ministry of Economy and Industry.

Student Well-Being

The Technion recognizes that the challenges and rewards of university life are not just academic, and that students’ well-being requires access to support services as well as extra-curricular activities that enhance the university experience. The Technion is committed to creating a campus environment where students can thrive. The Beatrice Weston Unit for the Advancement of Students provides counselling, financial assistance and academic support to students, and broad array of social, sport and cultural activities build the campus community.

International Collaborations & Outreach

In today’s competitive global environment, international collaboration is crucial to stimulate intellectual exchange in highly dynamic fields of study. Technion is making it a priority to bring foreign and Israeli researchers and students together to share their ideas.

Technion’s reputation as a world-class institute of science and technology has also led to the creation of the Jacobs Technion-Cornell Institute (JCTI) in New York and the Guangdong – Technion-Israel Institute of Technology (GTIIT) in China.

Tikkun Olam

Technion recognizes its profound obligations to people who need help, not just in Israel, but also around the globe. Fulfilling the Jewish imperative of “Tikkun Olam” (repairing the world), Technion researchers, students and alumni are developing technologies that will help people around the world to access clean water, healthy food, safe fuel and proper sanitation.

Technion’s Center for Global Engineering fields Israel’s only chapter of Engineers Without Borders, bringing engineering solutions to underserved populations.