Israel’s First Cyber Security Incubator Established at BGUBGU and its technology transfer company, BGN Technologies, are expected to begin operations on Israel's first ever cyber security incubator in Beer-Sheva in 2013. The incubator program will be established in partnership with Israeli venture capital firm Jerusalem Venture Partners (JVP).
The Next Generation of Disaster Response RobotsBGU researchers lead the only foreign university team in the U.S.-sponsored DARPA Robotics Challenge.
BGU Is Only Foreign Team in DARPA Robotics ChallengeBGU is competing in the prestigious U.S. Defense Advanced Research Project Agency Robotics Challenge.
BGU’s Racecar Revs to the Finish Line in ItalyIsrael21C -- BG Racing competes for the second time in the Formula SAE competition in Italy and places 11th overall.
Seniors Find Laughter OnlineParticipating in online communities help seniors deal with aging and loss while bolstering their self-image.
Helping Parents Monitor Their Kids’ Facebook FriendsNew Facebook app developed at BGU protects children from online predators.
When a Girl Builds a RobotBGU's Prof. Hugo Guterman is looking to increase the number of female engineers by teaching robotics to middle and high school girls in Beer-Sheva.
New Facebook App to Detect “Unfriendly” Friends, Pedophiles ...Ben-Gurion University of the Negev (BGU) undergraduate students have developed a new privacy solution for Facebook. The Social Privacy Protector (SPP) can help parents adjust their children’s profiles in one click, prevent criminals from garnering valuable personal information and keep teens safe from pedophiles.
BGU and MIT Develop Cultural Intelligence SoftwareWhile identifying cultural differences is a major challenge facing intelligence agencies, researchers from Israel and the United States have developed computer-based methodology to improve knowledge, apply data and better decipher these nuances and biases.
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