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February 20, 2004 - Image 13

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2004-02-20

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mon grant

The U.S. Government gave a $22

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teach American

to the Technion to

how to harvest human embryonic stem cells...

transmission of Mars pictures via NASA's Spirit rover was made
possible thanks to an algorithm developed by Technion graduates...

The

2003 "Entrepreneur of the Year"

Forbes Magazine's

is a

Technion graduate

90% of Israel's high-tech companies

are run by Technion graduates...

anti-Parkinson's drug developed at the
Technion, will be available from Teva Pharmaceuticals this year.

Rasagiline, the

Visit the TECHNION and discover
: ... , world leader in
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STEM CELL RESEARCH - HIGH-TECH BIOMEDICAL ENGINEERING

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DETROITER





MARY WARTELL,

NATIONAL CO-CHAIR

FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CALL:

NANCY GAD-HARF, REGIONAL DIRECTOR
JO ROSEN, ASSISTANT DIRECTOR

American Society for Technion — East Central Region
32506 Northwestern Highway
Farmington Hills, MI 48334

The American Society for Technion
Israel Institute of Technology

(248) 737 1990 www.ats.org detroit@ats.org

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