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Dutch and Israeli students innovate in Wetskills Israel 2013 competition in Technion

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

The winning students with representatives of the Shefar'am Regional Water Corporation (from left to right): Ahlam Ganam, Menno Brouwer, Noa Aharoni, Erinke Siegersma, Dr. Ahmed Hijazi and Dennis Steinberg.

Graduate students taking part in a joint Israeli-Dutch workshop at the Stephen and Nancy Grand Water Research Institute (GWRI), Technion – Israel Institute of Technology at the beginning of the week presented solutions to water issues to Mr. Wienjes (President Read More

A toast to the future – Israeli school kids learn water innovation

By: Merav Ankori

Students at the Silver School

One of the main challenges of the Cleantech industry is resources, but we’re not talking about water or energy resources, but rather human resources. In order to develop breakthrough technologies that will make a real impact on our world, we Read More

Farming Fish in their natural habitat – at sea, by SUBflex

By: Merav Ankori

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When we think about agriculture, we tend to think about land, not about the ocean. But actually there is an area of agriculture of foremost importance, and that is oceanic agriculture, or aquaculture. Fish are considered a particularly healthy source Read More

Preparing the World for Climate Change

By: Merav Ankori

Sea level rising due to climate change, photo by Dr. Amir Tern

How can we maximize our preparedness for the challenges that the globe will face due to climate change? The Israel Ministry of Environmental Protection initiated the development of a Climate Change Information Center, and Haifa University, along with the  Neaman Read More

Opening new markets for water technologies

By: Merav Ankori

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Israel Newtech, the Israel Export Institute and The Samuel Neaman Institute in cooperation with The Israeli Water Authority and the Grand Water Research Institute at the Technion have joined forces to map out Israel’s future water technology needs. This collaborative Read More

Israel’s Technion and Cornell to create environmentally pioneering technology campus in New York City

By: Mickey Chesla, Blog Manager

Technion Cornell Handshake

New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg has announced the building of a technology university campus in the city.  The Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) and Cornell University submitted their proposal to lead the campus and were selected due to the Read More