Technion Graduate Amit Goffer Designs ReWalk - Enabling Paraplegics to Walk Tall

Did you know that your gift to the American Technion Society can help educate tomorrow’s innovators and Israel’s high-tech leaders?

A Technion education forms the basis for some of the most imaginative science and technology discoveries. For example — the ReWalk designed by Technion graduate Amit Goffer — enables paraplegics to walk. Featured on the hit T.V. show Glee, the company got its start at the Technion incubator. Please watch the video to see how this life-changing invention is enhancing lives.

Through your support, Technion students will be provided with the best instruction and facilities on the Technion campus so that they can become their own Amit Goffer.

Simply click here and take two minutes to fill out our secure credit card form to make your generous gift. You will gain immense satisfaction knowing your gift is making a real difference for those confined to wheelchairs, who could once only dream of walking again.

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The Technion is well known for its world-class achievements in engineering, science and medicine. But what if Technion innovations could be developed commercially to help save lives?

The Technion Technology Transfer (T3) office is doing just that. Its mission is to ensure that the results of Technion genius are made available for public use and benefit.

The Technion offers a unique combination of multidisciplinary science and engineering expertise together with 11 affiliated hospitals, a high-tech entrepreneurial incubator and a leading Faculty of Medicine. The Technion is the driving force behind Israel’s high-tech economy and its influence can be found in many Israeli companies and start-ups.

As the commercialization arm of the Technion Research and Development Foundation, T3 office offers IP development rights, patenting and licensing of inventions and forming of business agreements. By bringing together ideas with investors and entrepreneurs they are transforming scientific discovery and technological innovation into reallife applied solutions. The T3 staff has the skill, experience and wisdom to build bridges between academia and industry. To learn more, visit:

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