Prof. Pini Gurfil was interviewed by the Economist about the possibility to use natural forces, such as drag and solar radiation pressure, as means for controlling satellite formations in Low Earth orbits.
Cooperation between Israel and Italy is increasing, in the field of nanosatellite technologies. For an article about the recent workshop, see here. 
Revolutionizing Space: channel 1 interviewed Prof. Pini Gurfil about ASRI's Adelis-SAMSON project for their news broadcast. To watch the interview, click here.  
The Jerusalem Post, about the Adelis-SAMSON project that was developed by a team of researchers headed by Prof.
A Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) was signed on Monday, March 27, involving the Technion, the Slovak Space Office, and the Slovak Technical University, in the presence of the Israeli Space Agency. The signing ceremony took place as part of the visit of the Slovak President, Mr. Kiska, to the Technion. The MoU reflects the interest of the parties to collaborate on nanosatellite technologies research and development. To see the news release, click here.