Friday 13 January 2012


The Israel Institute of Technology (Technion) has won a global competition to partner with Cornell University and New York City to create an international hi-tech learning center.
It will be called the Technion Cornell Institute of Innovation (TCII).
This multi-billion dollar project will attract top scientific minds from around the world and tackle the globe's toughest problems.
It will be located on Roosevelt Island in the East River of New York. The campus will cover 2.1 million square feet of space and will be home to 2,500 students and 280 professors.
Israel's Technion has produced four Nobel Prize winners.
This truly is the Start-Up Nation going export for the benefit of mankind, and Israel being a light to the world.

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