Beer-Sheva’s ATP Is Now Open for BusinessHigh-tech park is home to Ness Technologies, EMC Israel, Oracle Israel, Deutsche Telekom and soon IBM.
Developing Israel’s Digital Iron Dome in the NegevBGU and Jerusalem Venture Partners have joined forces to establish Israel's first private cyber security incubator in Beer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park.
Helping Transform Beer-Sheva into Israel’s High-Tech CenterThe University's recent Innovation 2013 "unconference" and the opening of the first building of the Advanced Technologies Park highlights BGU's signficant role in bringing the technology revolution to the Negev.
Israel’s Cyber Security Oasis of InnovationEstablished by BGU and Jerusalem Venture Partners, a new cyber security incubator in Beer-Sheva is giving start-ups the opportunity to develop technologies that keep governments, companies, and consumers safer online.
BGU is a Key Player in Israel’s Cyber Security StrategyWith a rise in cyber attacks, BGU is taking part in Israel's recent efforts to strengthen cyber security cooperation between high-tech companies, the military and academia.
Mining High-Tech Talent in the NegevBloomberg Businessweek -- Seeking to maximize access to BGU's tech-savvy talent pool, Israel's high-tech industry and elite military units are moving to the Negev.
Investing in Social LeadershipBGU's Mandel Social Leadership MBA program gives students the tools they need to be nonprofit leaders.
BGU Study Finds Employees Most Honest on MondaysA study by Prof. Bradley Ruffle finds employees may provide the most honest responses earlier in the week.
BGU Students Meet Bill Clinton in St. LouisBGU students represent Israel at the Sixth Annual Clinton Global Initiative University.
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