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.
This Robot Has All the Right MovesA robot created by BGU researchers can traverse a variety of tough surfaces by doing “the worm.”
Israeli High-Tech Blooms in the DesertBeer-Sheva's Advanced Technologies Park is just the start of a science and innovation region in the Negev.
Beer-Sheva Is in High Demand for High-TechThe Washington Post reports on how young talent is gravitating toward the capital of the Negev.
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.
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