Cyberattack Can Dupe Scientists Into Creating VirusesBGU research reveals the potential dangers of new 'biohacking' techniques aimed at biological researchers.
Lizard-Inspired Amphibious Robot Runs Across WaterDesigned for agricultural, search and rescue and excavation purposes, BGU's newest robot can swim and crawl.
Just Saying There Are Attacks Is Not EnoughThis podcast features a BGU researcher who developed a solution to prevent cyber attacks on medical devices.
BGU Monitors Sewage for COVID-19 in 14 Israeli CitiesThe researchers were able to measure concentrations of the virus and determine the number of those infected.
BGU Develops AI to Advance Clinical TrialsThe new platform streamlines clinical trials, hosting them at lower costs while increasing their efficiency.
BGU and the U.N. Develop Space TechBGU and the U.N. will partner on emergency response and space-based technologies to detect natural disasters.
Desert Tech Community Launched in Beer-ShevaBGU is transforming the Negev into a tech hub that empowers sustainable living in arid climates.
Phantom Images Can Fool Tesla’s AutopilotBGU research finds hackable digital billboards can trick autonomous driving systems into wreaking havoc.
BGU Technology Filters Airborne COVID-19 ParticlesCO2 lasers are used with a graphene mesh to electrocute and neutralize airborne pathogens and bacteria.
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