Formula 1 and Ben-Gurion Racing to Make Historic Jerusalem DebutThe Jerusalem Post -- Formula 1's Peace Road Show will traverse the Old City and the capital's downtown streets with world-class cars and a racecar built by BGU students.
BGU is a Key Player in Israel’s Cyber Security StrategyWith a rise in cyber attacks, BGU is taking part in Israel's recent efforts to strengthen cyber security cooperation between high-tech companies, the military and academia.
BGU’s Smart Robot Picks Only Ripe FruitBGU is developing robots that can determine where the fruit is and if it’s ripe before picking it.
BGU Robot Participates in DARPA’s Virtual Robotics ChallengeIsrael's national robotics consortium, led by BGU, competes in DARPA's Virtual Robotics Challenge.
Mining High-Tech Talent in the NegevBloomberg Businessweek -- Seeking to maximize access to BGU's tech-savvy talent pool, Israel's high-tech industry and elite military units are moving to the Negev.
Hackers Target Israeli Government Web SitesNBC News -- While the attacks failed to cause serious disruption, BGU's Shlomi Dolev says that cyber attacks on Israel will likely become more common.
Inside BGU’s Homeland Security InstitutePopular Mechanics -- BGU researchers are developing a range of new autonomous vehicles and innovative ways to protect buildings and buses from explosives.
Cyber Stranger DangerBGU researchers have developed an app that protects people from fake Facebook users pretending to be friends.
BGU Students Develop “Business for Peace”The top prize winner is an online system that helps outsource high-tech projects to Palestinian engineers.
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