BGU Alum’s Mobileye Sold to Intel for $15 BillionFounder and CEO Ziv Aviram graduated from BGU in 1984 with a degree in industrial engineering and management.
FINDing a More Accurate NeedleBGU is commercializing the FIND robotic needle, which uses ultrasound and robotics for guided vascular access.
First Israeli Academic Research Nanosatellite LaunchedBGUSAT is about the size of a milk carton and weighs only 11 lbs.
Inno-Negev Showcases Latest InnovationsDemo Day featured presentations of technological innovations developed by nine BGU teams (includes video).
New App Exposes ForgeriesTechnology developed by a BGU grad student can authenticate signatures with 95 percent accuracy.
An Innovative Way to Diagnose Sleep ApneaBGU researchers have developed a speech and breathing sound analysis system that can work on a smartphone.
BGU Collaborates With ImageSatThe ultraspectral imaging system will have vast flight- and space-based remote sensing applications.
How Smartphones Could Prevent Drunk DrivingNew technology from BGU researchers turns smart devices into digital breathalyzers.
Humans May Falter in Self-Driving CarsA new study shows the handoff of control from car to driver could present too large of a learning curve.
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