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.
High-Tech Blooms in the DesertThe rapid growth of Beer-Sheva’s tech ecosystem is moving Israel’s capital of knowledge to the Negev.
Engineers Without Borders Student Chapter Visits VietnamThe delegation explored collaborations in the fields of water treatment, wastewater and alternative energy.
A Robot Cockroach May One Day Save Your LifeBGU researchers build a one-motor robot that can move in multiple directions, an engineering first.
Children on Cell Phones in Danger Crossing the StreetUsing virtual simulation, BGU researchers raise concerns about child-pedestrians.
Slithering Robot Is an Engineering FirstThe Single-Actuator Robot developed by BGU engineers can move with no internal straight spine.
BGU Student-Created Technology Used at Rio OlympicsThe app, "SayVU," sends a distress signal to an emergency hotline without having to access it.
BGU Researcher Creates First Wave-Propelled RobotThe new 3D-printed robot has applications in medicine, homeland security, and search and rescue.
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