Bialik wins Technion first prize

April 21, 2016 by J-Wire Staff
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The Australian Government’s drive towards innovation took a major step forward with a first prize being awarded by Israel’s The Technion to Melbourne’s Bialik College…watch the video.

7th grade students from Bialik College joined more than 600 Jewish day school students from across the globe to compete in the first-ever Technion Jewish Day School Challenge, a collaboration between the Technion – Israel Institute of Technology and RAVSAK.

The challenge asked day school students to create Pesach-themed Rube Goldberg machines, inspired by the 2015 intricate machine created by Technion students.

Awards were determined by a panel of judges comprised of RAVSAK professionals and faculty members and students from the Technion Faculty of Mechanical Engineering.


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