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September 17, 1993 - Image 79

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Excellence in Education and Research

In recent years, Centers of Excellence have been established at the Technion to focus extraordinary effort
on priority subjects of vital importance to scientific and technological development.

Opto-Electronics combines education, research and development in optics, electronics and
semiconductor physics.

If you are interested in more
information about the Technion,
please contact:

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17: Space-related research is vital in maintaining Israel's qualitative edge in both defense and industry.
Israel is one of only eight countries to produce its own orbiting satellites, one of which is a Technion
student satellite (Gurwin I) which will be launched in 1995.

Medicine, biotechnology and biomedical engineering provide a forum for cooperation among
physicians, life scientists, and engineers. The Technion is one of a handful of technological institutes
with associated faculties in medical research and engineering.

F2 Water resources and environmental sciences offer an arena to draw on the expertise of specialists
from civil, agricultural, and chemical engineering. The Technion has played a crucial role in every
major national water project since the founding of the State.

Technion City
Haifa 32000, Israel
Phone: 972-4-292-527
Fax: 972-4-221-581

MR. STEPHEN SCHREIER
THE AMERICA\ SOCIEIN

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810 Seventh Avenue
New York, NY 10019
Phone: 212-262-6200
Fax: 212-262-6155

■ Advanced materials are instrumental to advancing the numerous areas of research and development

of new materials that fulfill research and industrial needs.

High temperature superconductivity may provide economic benefits such as substantial savings in fuel costs.

Partners in the Global RetuJorh

The Technion maintains its leading edge through a global network of 24 societies around the world.
Programs established with society support include: scholarships, fellowships, academic chairs, and
lectureships, recruitment of new faculty, dormitories, teaching and research laboratories, major
research institutes, capital projects and the growing network of Centers of Excellence. The largest
society, the American Society for Technion (ATS), based in New York City with regional offices across
the United States, has been a vital partner in the Technion's unparalleled growth and achievement for
more than half a century.

The mission of the ATS is based on the commitment shared by its growing network of supporters that
the future of high technology in Israel is at the Technion.

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Reprinted from Scientific American

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