Octopus Points to the Future of Keyhole SurgeryBGU is helping build robotic arms that can be rigid or flexible for use in minimally invasive surgery.
Developing Smart Homes for Older PeopleBGU and CDI are partnering to advance technologies that help senior citizens live more independently.
An App to Guide Seniors on the InternetBGU students win first place in competition focused on improving the quality of life of the elderly.
Beer-Sheva’s Tech Ecosystem Continues to BloomThe future looks bright for BGU students as multinational companies flock to the Silicon Wadi.
Ultrasound Solution Receives $1.95M in New FundingBGU-developed software is making cardiac ultrasounds automated, faster and more accurate.
Five Female Students Awarded Intel Academic Excellence AwardIntel seeks to change the face of education by encouraging women to study engineering and technology.
Beer-Sheva Teens Win Prestigious Robotics CompetitionThe team, from BGU’s Jusidman Science Center for Youth, is a diverse reflection of the people of the Negev.
Ultra-Orthodox Women Outnumber Men 2-to-1 in TechA study presented at a BGU conference highlights Haredi integration into the Israeli workforce.
Using Virtual Reality to Identify Child-Pedestrian BehaviorsA new study gives the old adage "look both ways before crossing the street" a modern twist.
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