Israeli High-Tech Flourishes in the NegevTech7 is an umbrella organization developed by BGU graduates and faculty to support local startups.
BGU’s Lightweight, Low-Cost Robotic ArmIt can used by farmers for picking fruit or in outer space to fix malfunctioning satellites.
Drone Bees Are the FutureBGU is developing a drone that acts like a bee to pollinate flowers.
From Israel’s Negev Desert: Cool Tech for Cars"Car Talk" journalist reflects on his trip to BGU to see the latest in autonomous vehicles and more.
Portable “Chauffeur” Can Turn Any Car AutonomousBGU's IVO Robot Driver can transform any vehicle into an autonomous one in five minutes.
BGU Develops Technology to See in the DarkThe infrared film can convert eye glasses into night goggles, and improve visibility on cameras and cars.
Robotic Pill, the Next Breakthrough in Digital HealthDr. David Zarrouk says the worm-like pill can move through the intestines and is remote-controlled.
New USB-Like Disease Diagnostic Kits Provide Faster ResultsThe kits provide physicians with immediate results and can detect the severity of the disease or condition.
BGU Uses Games to Research Driverless CarsDr. Eran Ben-Elia uses game simulations to test people’s reactions and behaviors with autonomous vehicles.
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